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Museum and Crypt of Capuchins

Via Vittorio Veneto 27 | Chiesa dell'Immacolata Concezione della Beata Vergine Maria, 00187 Rome, Italy
+39 06 8880 3695
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Via Vittorio Veneto 27 | Chiesa dell'Immacolata Concezione della Beata Vergine Maria, 00187 Rome, Italy
Ludovisi / Via Veneto
+39 06 8880 3695
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This artwork is made up of the bones of deceased friars. There are about 5 rooms of countless bones arranged into strange arrangements. It's all very macabre and thought provoking. Admission is small but it doesn't take long to get through the whole museum. It's...More

Thank Michael G
Reviewed 4 days ago

My memory of this place has been with me for two years and I had to see it again. It was as mind blowing as I remember. It is not gross. It is art created from the bones and skulls of the Capuchin monks.

Thank michael p
Reviewed 5 days ago

Amazing the differences in attitudes as to death throughout time and cultures. I kind of like the display and decoration idea a bit more than being tossed in the ground...The museum is ok, certainly informative. of course the big draw is the display of the...More

Thank theswissmister
Reviewed 5 days ago

Museum ok, middle of the road,(for me) some items of interest for me, which is a personal thing, others not so interesting.. But the crypt, WOW ! Absolutely superb...

Thank barbie30
Reviewed 1 week ago

Just amazing the decorations made out of human bones. Gotta be out least a few thousand skeletons in total to make up some of the decorations in the rooms. Very interesting to see for sure.

Thank TheTravelPirate
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We toured the museum & crypt on a drizzly Sunday. Learned a lot about the Capuchin order, and found the successive rooms of artfully-arranged bones fascinating. Well worth a visit!

Thank SheriTravelSmith
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

There are some amazing artifacts and paintings from the Capuchin friar's history in this museum. The crypt is amazing and hauntingly beautiful. This is the place to come if you want to see beautiful works of art made from human bones. There are several intact...More

Thank Lee H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you're into the "macabre," you'll like this attraction. We paid 8 euros per person to get into the museum, most of which is dedicated to the history of that particular parish. The last 50 feet of the walkthrough is where the money is: The...More

Thank Guy N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A rather macabre church with chapels made up of various bones! so a chapel of sculls or shoulder bones!. Lots of other interesting historical artifacts and info. Really doesn't take long to get around and added bonus its free.

Thank jackiemol
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I’ve got to be honest, after reading the reviews I didn’t know what to expect! Having very recently lost my precious cat and having lots of questions around life and death, I decided to visit the crypts. While the bones are unusual and display quite...More

Thank vickisuffolk
Ludovisi / Via Veneto
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models while bored housewives hung out in streetside
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cocktails, but the neighbourhood is now home to
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12 September 2017|
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Response from Himani A | Reviewed this property |
I went with an audio guide, was quite enough.
Karina M
30 July 2017|
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Response from LoriQ | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry I really don't know. I don't remember when we checked in and paid if it said there was a discount for disabled people.
31 May 2017|
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Response from Henrik T | Reviewed this property |
Hi Not very crowded, so just by at the entrance.
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