Awesome the art collection inside this place, including the gardens inside is a real hidden gem in Rom
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This huge palace with its lovely staircases provides a wonderful museum setting. The gardens unfortunately are poorly maintained and, for that matter, a lot of work is needed to enhance the building. The paintings were accessible to viewing close up and I particularly liked the...More
I enjoyed the building and the art equally. The spacious building allows the paintings to be well hung for viewing. When we visited, the attendance was modest making the experience even more pleasant. However, the spaciousness would make viewing enjoyable at peak tourist season. I...More
They don't tell you this when you purchase a ticket (12 euro but also includes the Corsini Gallery). This painting was the primary reason for my visit and I felt annoyed that there was no notification of this. The collection is otherwise excellent and hardly...More
I visited the palazzo one evening , it was very close to my hotel, near Piazza Barberini. Rome is always full of tourists and sometimes it can be very tiring. However, there are many places to visit without feeling being squashed by the crowd. Palazzo...More
A magnificent building with impressive interiors, the museum holds an enormous collection of paintings by one of the most famous italian artists. A must see for all art and architecture students, practitioners or enthusiasts.
First of all I would like to state that the paintings as well as the palazzo itself is in excellent condition. However the staff themselves were quite rude and disorganized. First of all some rooms were closed - the reason given was not due to...More
We visited the Palazzo Barberini today and paid 12 Euro per person No map or brochure available and the person selling the tickets said that 3 Caravaggio paintings were out of the city but our ticket covered the Galleria Corsini We saw a small exhibition...More
My fourth trip to Rome, on the last visit I concentrated on seeing new places, this time revisiting favourites that I'd not seen for up to fifty years. I wish I'd left Palazzo Barberini off the list. There is some major art but very little....More
Palazzo Barberini has a somewhat longish history, with at least one of its owners being a pope. It's a museum with many really nice paintings and other works of art. Good if you are an art aficionado.