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  • Enjoy skip-the-line access into Italy’s renowned museum, Galleria Arte Moderna Nazionale.
  • Created in the year of 1883, this museum has gained much public recognition throughout the years.
  • Housing Italian and foreign paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, and more, this museum boasts nearly 20,000 works of art.
  • From Neoclassicism to impressionism, and from Divisionism to the historical Avant-gardes of the early 20th century, you’ll see it all.
  • The ground floor is dedicated to the 19th century, where works of Paul Cezanne, Claude Monet, and Vincent van Gogh will usher you.
  • The top floor is devoted to the 20th century, exhibiting works of Antonio Canova, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Joseph Kosuth, and more.
  • Enjoy skip-the-line access into Italy’s renowned museum, Galleria Arte Moderna Nazionale.
  • Created in the year of 1883, this museum has gained much public recognition throughout the years.
  • Housing Italian and foreign paintings, drawings, sculptures, installations, and more, this museum boasts nearly 20,000 works of art.
  • From Neoclassicism to impressionism, and from Divisionism to the historical Avant-gardes of the early 20th century, you’ll see it all.
  • The ground floor is dedicated to the 19th century, where works of Paul Cezanne, Claude Monet, and Vincent van Gogh will usher you.
  • The top floor is devoted to the 20th century, exhibiting works of Antonio Canova, Giuseppe Capogrossi, Joseph Kosuth, and more.

Inclusions

  • Skip-the-line access to the Galleria Arte Moderna Nazionale
  • Access to permanent & temporary exhibitions

Exclusions

  • Guided tours
  • Children aged 5-12, students aged 18-26, and senior citizens aged 65 and above, enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art
  • Largest Collection of Italian Art: The gallery showcases 20,000 works of art on display in 55 rooms. There are over 4,400 works of paintings and sculptures, and roughly 13,000 drawings and prints, by Italian artists in the 19th and 20th centuries. 
  • Historical Significance: The building housing the National Gallery of Modern Art, the Villa Borghese is a historical landmark and a major tourist attraction. 
  • International Artists: Alongside Italian artworks, the museum also displays pieces by prominent international artists such as Degas, Cézanne, Monet, Mondrian, Pollock, and Van Gogh.  
  • Exhibition Diversity: The museum frequently hosts temporary exhibitions, ensuring that there is always something new and exciting to see, even for repeat visitors.
  • Art Education and Awareness: The National Gallery of Modern Art plays a crucial role in promoting art education and raising awareness about modern artistic expressions, making it an ideal destination for students, scholars, and art enthusiasts.

While all the drawings, paintings, and sculptures on display are worthy of your attention, sometimes time constraints can leave visitors whittling the artworks down to a select few. Here is a list of the most renowned artworks housed in the National Gallery of Modern Art. 

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The Three Ages of a Woman, Gustav Klimt (1905)

This 20th Century masterpiece from renowned Austrian painter Klimt depicts the three stages of a woman’s life; childhood, motherhood, and old age. Watch the bold brush works, creating a visual poem unabashed, and so unapologetically powerful.

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Hercules and Lichas, Antonio Canova (1795-1815)

This stunningly crafted sculpture was the first colossal statue executed by Canova. The statue of Hercules poised to throw his servant, Lichas, into the sea took 20 years to create, since its initial commission in 1795.

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Le Cabanon de Jourdan, Paul Cézanne (1906)

With bright colors and distinctly Cézanne, this oil on canvas painting is worth your admiration. Carefully observe the loose handling of brushstrokes and impasto technique, one of the finest modern artworks and also, the most influential. 

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Watery Paths, Jackson Pollock (1947)

Hailed as one of the finest examples of contemporary art, this Pollock’s masterpiece incorporates color dripping technique. A unique style of experiment where color drips from the above, capturing the fluidity and energy on canvas. 

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The Gardener, Vincent Van Gogh (1889)

Though not one of his most famous art pieces, any work of Van Gogh’s is worthy of a visit. ‘The Gardener’ is a wonderful oil-on-canvas portrait piece strikingly similar to his own self-portrait. This is considered the finest among the ones he created at the asylum. 

Other notable artworks include Monet’s ‘Ninfee Rosa’, Giovanni Boldini’s ‘Portrait of Giuseppe Verdi’, and Giacomo Balla’s ‘Un’onda di Luce’. 

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National Gallery of Modern Art Rome timings

9 AM to 7 PM, Tuesday to Sunday 

Last Admission: 45 minutes before closing time

Closed: Monday, 25 December, 1 January 

Best Time to Visit: It is best to visit the gallery right after the opening hours to buy more time to explore the art collections. Visit on weekdays to avoid the tourist rush.  

Rome Tram

Address: Viale delle Belle Arti, 131, 00197 Roma RM, Italy

Find on Map 

How to get there? 

  • By Tram: Lines 2, 3L, and 19 
    Nearest Stop: Galleria Arte Moderna
  • By Metro: Line A 
    Nearest Stop: Flaminio 
  • By Bus: Lines 88, 95, 490, and 495
    Nearest Stop: Buozzi/Monti Parioli
wheelchair accessible to visitors with restricted mobility 
  • The gallery is fully accessible to visitors with restricted mobility 
  • Audio guides are available for visitors with visual impairment 
  • Ramps and elevators are available throughout the building for ease of access
  • A self-service cafe, a bookstore, and a souvenir shop are present inside the gallery 
Do not touch anything inside museum
  • Arrive early to avoid crowds on weekends
  • For art enthusiasts, bring sketchbooks or notepads to take notes and make sketches of your favorite works
  • Avoid taking pictures with flash or using a tripod
  • Do not touch any artwork or lean on any walls or photo frames
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  • Caffè delle Arti: Classic Italian food, located in the gallery building, 2 min away 
  • Ristorante Pizzeria La Cucina Nazionale: Best varieties of steak paired with good wine, 12 min away 
  • Fraschetteria: A local favorite for quiches, pasta, and spaghetti, pre-booking is mandatory here,  10 min away 
  • Centro: Best known for homemade pasta and beef dishes, popular for Sunday brunch, 15 min away  
  • Il Margutta: Vegan restaurant serving creative veg dishes, faux meat dishes, and Roman classics, 10 min away 
stay
  • Budget
    Hotel Locanda, 6 min away; B&B Rome Central Inn, 6 min away 
  • Mid-level
    Best Western Hotel Rivoli, 11 min away; Hotel Eliseo, 10 min away 
  • Luxury 
    Residenza Canova Tadolini, 8 min away; Mozart Hotel Rome, 9 min away
Villa Borghese
  • National Etruscan Museum: Housed inside the Villa Giulia, this museum shows the collections and culture of the Etruscan civilization, 8 min away 
  • Villa Borghese: The third-largest public park in Rome, home to a number of historic buildings, and museums, 10 min away 
  • Santa Maria del Popolo: A titular church of the Augustinian order, one of many minor basilicas in Rome, 10 min away 
  • Piazza del Popolo: A public square in Rome, houses the Santa Maria del Popolo church and other attractions, 5 min away 
  • Galleria Borghese: One of the famous galleries in Rome, home to some of the greatest sculptures and paintings, 7 min away 
Is the National Gallery of Modern Art free to enter?

No, you need to buy National Gallery of Modern Art Rome tickets, but prices may vary depending on special exhibitions and events happening at the time of your visit.

How much is a ticket to the National Gallery of Modern Art?

The price of National Gallery of Modern Art Rome tickets starts from €12. This includes skip-the-line entry to the aquarium and access to all exhibits.

How to book tickets to the National Gallery of Modern Art?

You can book National Gallery of Modern Art Rome tickets online or at the venue. Buying tickets online allows you to eliminate the risk of tickets getting sold out on the day of your visit.

Why should I book National Gallery of Modern Art Rome tickets online?

Buying National Gallery of Modern Art Rome tickets offers priority access to the gallery. This way you can bypass the long lines at the entry and head straight to the exhibits. Plus, you can save time in the process and eliminate the risk of tickets getting sold out at the time of visit.

Can I get skip-the-line tickets for the National Gallery of Modern Art?

Yes, you can get skip-the-line National Gallery of Modern Art Rome tickets online that allow you to bypass the long queues at the entrance and get more time to explore the aquarium at your own pace.

Are discounts available on National Gallery of Modern Art Rome tickets?

Yes, discounts are available for kids aged between 5-12, students aged between 18-26, and senior citizens above the age of 65. Visitors are required to produce valid photo ID proof at the time of entry.

What is the cancelation policy for National Gallery of Modern Art Rome tickets?

Unfortunately, National Gallery of Modern Art Rome tickets cannot be canceled or rescheduled.

What is the National Gallery of Modern Art Rome’s opening hours?

The National Gallery of Modern Art remains open from 9 AM to 7 PM, from Tuesday to Sunday. 

How long does it take to complete the National Gallery of Modern Art tour?

The time you spend at the gallery will depend on your interests and the specific exhibitions and events happening at the time of your visit, but you’ll need at least 2-3 hours to fully explore the collection.

What is the best time to visit the National Gallery of Modern Art?

The best time to visit the National Gallery of Modern Art is to visit on weekdays or in the early morning or late afternoon on the weekends to avoid the visitors' rush.