Museum of Roma in Trastevere
Discover Roman traditions in XIX century at Museum of Roma in Trastevere
The permanent exhibition of Museo di Roma in Trastevere focuses on the main aspects of everyday Roman life in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, filtered through the tastes and convictions of the artists and folklorists who described it. Major themes are costume, folk dancing, festivals, both religious and secular, and crafts. The collection includes paintings, prints, drawings and watercolours, by Ettore Roesler Franz (Rome 1845 - 1907), and some of the personal possessions of the great poet Trilussa (Rome 1871 - 1950). The museum has been adapted for temporary exhibitions, particularly of photography, shows, conferences and concerts. To take advantage of the benefit show your card at the ticketing office at the moment of the purchase of the entrance ticket.
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Reduction is not inclusive of the surcharge of a temporary exhibition or exhibition with separate tickets.Overview