The park contains the Villa Torlonia which was rented to Benito Mussolini from 1925 - 1943. It is a little way out of town but well worth visiting. There are two museums in the grounds and a great park for strolling or playing with the children. The park is free but, of course, there is an admission fee for the museums. The restored building has some wonderful period sculptures and furnishings. There is also The House of Owls which was designed like a Swiss Cottage and was the residence of Prince Torlonia. Its name comes from the use of owls as an inspiration for decorations. I visited here on my own while my husband was working. He missed out big time.
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