Galleria Borghese reopens to visitors for limited times


ROME - The Galleria Borghese, the famous Museum which houses and displays a collection of ancient sculptures, reliefs, mosaics, paintings, and sculptures dating from the 15th through the 19th centuries, has reorganized its spaces and implemented all measures necessary to provide an enjoyable and safe experience for its visitors as it reopens on Tuesday, according to a museum press release.

  Visits must be booked in advance, and take place according to the usual schedule: Tuesday to Sunday, 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Visits will last 120 minutes in order to ensure public safely and manage the flow of people entering and leaving, and in order to ensure appropriate distancing among visitors, the number of admissions has been reduced to 80 people at a time. 

  The Museum is reopened all of its rooms, but it will be mandatory to wear a mask inside the Museum in accordance with the provisions in the law aimed at preventing the spread of contagion.

  The reception services – ticket office, cloakroom, bookshop – are located in the booths along the adjacent alley outside the Museum, in order to limit the time visitors spend inside the building to that strictly necessary for their tour.