Palazzo delle Esposizioni

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INFO Palazzo delle Esposizioni is Rome’s largest exhibit venue, museum, and cultural facility. Built in 1883 and refurbished during the Fascist period, the neoclassical-style museum is a historic landmark in the city. Past... ... read more

Palazzo delle Esposizioni Information

Palazzo delle Esposizioni is Rome’s largest exhibit venue, museum, and cultural facility. Built in 1883 and refurbished during the Fascist period, the neoclassical-style museum is a historic landmark in the city.

Past temporary exhibitions at Palazzo delle Esposizioni include photos from National Geographic, never before seen photos of the Mexican Revolution, and even children’s drawings. The Exhibition of the Fascist Revolution is among notable exhibits held at the museum.

The Palazzo has a variety of event spaces that can accommodate up to 250 people. These spaces include an auditorium, cinema, restaurant, and cafeteria, which can be used for conventions, meetings, movie screenings, and private dinner parties.

Palazzo delle Esposizioni also offers the Educational Services Art Workshop for children, guided tours of the exhibition hall, and private tours that occur during the museum’s after-hours. The Bookshelf is the museum’s library, dedicated to art education and publishing.

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