Massimo Palace

The National Roman Museum

Overview

Inspired by the grandiose sixteenth-century palaces, Palazzo Massimo was built between 1883 and 1887 by the Jesuit father Massimiliano Massimo , based on a project by Camillo Pistrucci , to house the new headquarters of the Jesuit College. In 1981 the palace was purchased by the state to become one of the new headquarters of the Roman National Museum...
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Access Card Notes

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Contact details

Massimo Palace Largo di Villa Peretti, 2, Rome, Italy, Non UK, 00185 Roma RM
Phone: (+39) 06 480201

Standing and Queueing

Standing
All the seats of the National Roman Museum are accessible for people with motor disabilities thanks to specific routes, without architectural barriers. Entrance is to the right of the staircase. Ring the intercom.

Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access
There are lifts at the venue. A wheelchair is available free of charge in the Museum for people with walking difficulties.

Access To Toilets

Access To Toilets
There are accessible toilets at the venue.

Essential Companions

Essential Companions
Free admission for disabled visitors and to a family member or other companion who can prove their membership in social and health assistance services.

Accessing Visual Information

Accessing Visual Information
Free tactile tours are offered which allow the possibility of tactile exploration of all the Museum's originals, except for specific conservation reasons. The visits are carried out by the specifically trained operators of the Educational Service.

Visits can be made by reservation only at the address: mn-rm.servizioeducativo@beniculturali.it

A copy of the special guide of the Museum in Braille is also available, created by the Educational Service of the National Roman Museum in collaboration with institutes in the Rome area involved in Alternanza Scuola Lavoro projects.

Accessing Audible Information

Accessing Audible Information
The security staff, reception to public services is trained to give simple practical indications in LIS.