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FREE MUSEUMS IN MILAN: THE MUSEUMS TO VISIT FOR FREE ALL YEAR ROUND

Free museums in Rome. Visiting museums is good, but sometimes the ticket price can be too high, especially for those who want to enjoy this moment with their family.
My search for free museums starts from Milan, where there are several museums to visit, which sometimes you can visit for free, if you pay attention to opening times and days.

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Museo di Scultura Antica Giovanni Barracco | Musei Roma

The Museum Giovanni Barracco of Antique Sculpture
400 artworks displayed in 9 rooms to discover a collection of Egyptian, Etruscan, Phoenician, Greek, Roman art, and art from Mesopotamia and from the medieval period.
Free admission every day.

LINKhttp://www.museonapoleonico.it

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Museo Napoleonico | Musei Roma

The Napoleonic Museum
A large collection of busts, furniture, jewellery and objects from the Napoleonic period housed at the Primoli Palace, which was the former home of Giovanni Primoli, son of Filistine Charlotte Bonaparte, known as Carlotta Bonaparte in Italy.
Free admission every day.

LINKwww.polomusealelazio.beniculturali.it

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Museo Hendrik Christian Andersen | Musei Roma

The Hendrik Christian Andersen Museum
Hendrik Andersen, born in Bergen, Norway, but grown up in the USA, settled down in Rome in 1922, and lived in the building which is now the seat of the museum dedicated to his life and to his works which drew inspiration from Italian Renaissance art.
Free admission every day.

LINKwww.museodellarepubblicaromana.it

Museo della Repubblica Romana e della memoria garibaldina | Musei Roma

The Museum of the Roman Republic and Garibaldi Remembrance
A museum that brings visitors in a journey into memories of places, dates and the protagonists of the events and the battles which led to the Unification of Italy.
Free admission every day.

LINKhttp://www.museocarlobilotti.it

Museo Carlo Billotti | Musei Roma

The Carlo Bilotti Museum
A museum dedicated to the art of the 20th century displaying works by Giorgio De Chirico, Gino Severini, Andy Warhol and many more. It’s located in the Aranciera of Villa Borghese, which is worth visiting.
Free admission every day.

LINKwww.museiincomuneroma.it

Museo di Casal de’ Pazzi | Musei Roma

The Museum of Casal de’Pazzi
The site of Casal de’Pazzi was discovered in 1981 thanks to the discovery of an elephant tusk which fired up an archaeological research which brought to light a segment of an ancient river.
Free admission every day.

LINKwww.museodellemuraroma.it

Museo delle Mura | Musei Roma

The Wall Museum
Is situated inside the S. Sebastiano Gate of the Aurelian Walls and offers visitors an educational tour about the history of the building.
Free admission every day.

LINK: http://www.villadimassenzio.it

Villa di Massenzio | Musei Roma

The Villa of Maxentius
An imperial palace in Rome built by the Roman Emperor Maxentius. The complex is located between the second and the third mile on the ancient Appian Way.
Free admission every day.

LINKwww.museocanonica.it

L'Abisso | Museo Pietro Canonica

The Museum Pietro Canonica
The museum dedicated to the sculptor Pietro Canonica, who before First World War worked in many European courts.
Free admission every day.

LINKwww.museoliberazione.it

Museo storico della Liberazione | Musei Roma

The Historical Museum of the Liberation of Rome
s housed in the building which during the Nazi occupation of Rome was used as a prison and torture place of anti-fascists by the Security Police. The museum is inserted in the “Memorials Portal” of the “Memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe” (“Stiftung Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas”) (Berlin) and is a member of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience.
Free admission every day.

LINKhttp://www.museivaticani.va

Cappella Sistina | Musei Roma

The Vatican Museums
It’s unbelievable, isn’t it? Free admission to the Vatican Museums on the last Sunday of each month from 9 a.m. to 12.30 a.m. You need to be very patient, because, obviously, the museums will be very crowded, but they are really worth visiting.

Thanks to the initiative #domenicaalmuseo also in Rome several museums are admission-free on the first Sunday of each month.

 

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