Combo (Save 5%): Borghese Gallery + Palazzo Barberini Tickets
Dive into the golden age of Italian art right from the Middle Ages to Renaissance, as you explore both Borghese Gallery and Palazzo Barberini with a single pocket-friendly combo ticket.
- Get access to two of Rome's top attractions with a single ticket, and save money while you're at it.
- At Borghese Gallery, admire amazing art collections curated by Gian Lorenzo Bernini and Scipione Cardinal Borghese.
- See Caravaggio's masterpieces like David with the Head of Goliath and Boy with a Basket of Fruit.
- Don't miss seeing Raphael's The Deposition along with Bernini, sculptures like David and Apollo and Daphne.
- Enjoy a stroll through the Villa Borghese and explore the gardens dotted with vibrant flowers in bloom.
- At Palazzo Barberini, see crucifixes and paintings from legendary Italian artists.
- Explore the palazzo at your own pace and admire its swirling frescoes designed by Pietro da Cortona.
- Important paintings here include Raphael's portrait La Fornarina, and Caravaggio's Judith Beheading Holofernes.
- Entry into the Borghese Gallery
- Booking and handling fees
- Entry into Palazzo Barberini
- Audioguide (purchasable on-site at the Borghese Gallery for 5 Euros)
These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
The Borghese Gallery is situated in what used to be the Villa Borghese Pinciana. The building of the gallery was clubbed with the gardens around it at first. The gardens, however, have become a separate attraction for tourists by themselves. Explore the vast collection of sculptures, paintings, and antiquities at your own pace, right from the start. As you enter the museum, you are likely to notice the magnificent marble sculptures of the Twelve Roman Emperors. A vast array of rare paintings adorn much of the wall. Daphne and Proserpina are intricate and expressive. You could gaze at these sculptures for days and still miss out on the finer expressive details. The rooms are rarely ever crowded due to the controlled inflow of visitors, giving you ample space to stroll around the museum and contemplate the great works of art.
Fall in love with the combination of art and history with your visit to the Palazzo Barberini, a 17th-century palace home to Renaissance highlights from Raphael, Titian, and more. Admire the impressive frescoed ceiling designed by Italian painter/architect Pietro da Cortona, a famous example of the Baroque style. See the crucifixes and works by regional painters of legendary popes and cardinals. Key paintings you will get to see include Raphael's portrait La Fornarina, Caravaggio's Judith Beheading Holofernes, Filippo Lippi’s The Annunciation and a Hans Holbein portrait of Henry VIII.
know before you go
Tue - Sun: 9am to 7pm (last admission at 5pm)
- Thu - Sun - 10am to 6pm
- The ticket office closes at 5pm
- Closed dates: Mon, Tue, Wed, Dec 25, Jan 1
- Access to the museum is regulated with a mandatory exit at the end of each time slot so tickets are limited and sell out quickly. Tickets will not be available on-site for purchase, especially for same-day entry.
- Until the month of May, only two children are allowed access for a time slot.
- You may pick up your ticket only on the day of the event at the opening of the checkout counter an hour before the show (until the beginning of the same).
- Entry is free for people who are physically challenged as well as their accompanying guardian (carry a valid photo ID).
- The Cloakroom is temporarily located outside the Museum.
- Luggage storage is mandatory for items such as bags, backpacks, strollers or trolleys, umbrellas, selfie sticks, or other items whose danger or size is assessed by the security staff.
- It is also forbidden to enter the Museum with food, drinks (including water), and animals (with the exception of guide dogs).
- Cloakroom service is temporarily unavailable. It is forbidden to bring large bags, backpacks, or trolleys.
- Parking is available for people with disabilities. Entrances do not have architectural barriers. There are ramps for wheelchairs, next to the ticket office, leading to the ground floor exhibition rooms and to an elevator giving access to the first-floor exhibition rooms.
- Note: From October 1, Galleria Corsini has been closed for renovation.
Children aged under 17, and EU citizens aged 18-25 enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
- Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.
- Please display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the respective attractions.
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification.
Ticket Redemption Points
- Redeem your ticket at the Borghese Gallery entrance.
- Address: Piazzale Borghese Scipione, 5, 00197 Roma RM, Italy.
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- Redeem your ticket at Palazzo Barberini.
- Address: Via delle Quattro Fontane, 13, 00184 Roma RM, Italy.
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This ticket is valid for the date selected during checkout.