- Skip-the-line entry to the Borghese Gallery in Rome
- View the gallery at your leisure with a pre-booked ticket to avoid the queues
- See one of Rome's most incredible art collections
- Admire Bernini sculptures, as well as paintings by Caravaggio and Raphael
- Don't miss a walk through the Villa Borghese gardens
- Upgrade to a guided tour if you prefer to see the art with expert insight
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What You Can Expect
The Borghese collection includes masterpieces such as Deposition by Rubens and Pauline Bonaparte by Canova. Particular highlights include the Caravaggio room, where you can see paintings like David with the Head of Goliath, works by Raphael such as The Deposition and Lady with a Unicorn, and Bernini sculptures like Apollo and Daphne and David.
Before or after your visit, make sure you stroll around the beautiful gardens outside Villa Borghese and admire the view over Piazza del Popolo.
Optional tour upgrade:
If you’d like to explore the gallery with expert commentary, upgrade your Borghese Gallery admission to include a 3-hour guided tour, limited to 20 people. You’ll hear about the history and stories behind various artworks and make sure you don’t miss any of the most important pieces. The tour also includes a guided walk through the Villa Borghese gardens.
This is not a tour just a way to collect your
Ticket without waiting in line. As such it is a help
This is one of those places where if you are wanting to look on your own like we did then this is the ticket. May I suggest that you go early and take time to visit their park. It is beautiful and full of little surprises like street music and occasional children field trips! Upon our exit seeing the line we were most appreciative!
The gallery itself was amazing, however, we paid three times the ticket price for the privilege of skipping the line. Just call the gallery yourself and reserve in advance. This was so not worth it.
The Borghese is a magnificent gallery. We made full use of the two hours available to us, the works of art are exquisite. Being able to buy the ticket in advance made life easy for me, I tried using the online purchasing system for the gallery but it was tedious and the result was that I still couldn't buy the tickets.
Borghese is a MUST DO for Rome, even more so than Vatican tours. But you must buy a timed entry ticket or will not be allowed to visit.
This is a world-class museum and is a must-see if you are in Florence. Make sure you order your tickets ahead of time. It is highly recommended that you reserve a time, if possible. If you plan to see several sites in Florence, buy a Firenze Card which lets you into the most popular sites and usually without waiting in line. One last thing, be absolutely sure you wear good, comfortable shoes and can walk about a mile without much trouble.
WHAT A MUSEUM! The sculpture here really IS some of the best we have ever seen. There is a reason why this place is so popular and the works of art are, obviously, a bit part of that! The location itself is a huge public park which was very crowded on a Sunday with families and tourists strolling around or picnicking on the grounds. A beautiful green oasis, truly!
We had the audio tour which was absolutely wonderful in describing the key pieces and their history. a MUST to know about the art here.
We just loved visiting here. Very lucky to see such wonders.
This was my most favorite tour of our Italy vacation. The museum is small but the groups visiting the museum are small by design. We had the most amazing tour guide, Rebecca Bright, who was very knowledgeable and her enthusiasm for the art kept everyone engaged. A great tour!
Our tour guide Andy was not only knowledgeable, his enthusiasm for the art and history was infectious. Among the best experiences we had in Rome.
This is a museum not to be missed. The sculpture alone is magnificent, not to mention the Caravaggios. Headset recommended. Also, not too crowded on a Friday afternoon.