Borghese Gallery

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The reopening to the public of the Borghese Gallery, has been greeted as the most important event which has taken place in the art world in recent years.
This museum houses the personal collection of Cardinal Scipione Borghese, Pope Paul V’s nephew, a preeminent personality in his time, with a great passion for art and with the means to accomplish his projects.
The Gallery is immersed in Rome’s most beautiful park, close to the city’s historical center.
The Borghese Gallery has maintained its prestige and its works of art are exposed today as they were in the past: furniture, paintings and sculptures.
It is one of Rome’s richest and most interesting villas, the Borghese Gallery and Museum houses a vast and diverse collection of sculptures and paintings produced by masters such as Bernini, Canova, Caravaggio and Titian.
Your guide will lead you through the gallery’s breathtaking rooms and reveal the secrets, stories and techniques behind the masterpieces.
Among the gallery’s paintings we will see Titian’s “Sacred and Profane Love”, Raphael’s “The Deposition” and “Young Woman with Unicorn”, Caravaggio’s “Madonna and Child with St. Anne” (Dei Palafrenieri) and “Saint Jerome Writing”.
We will admire sculptures such as Bernini’s “The Rape of Proserpina” and “Apollo and Daphne”  and Canova’s “Pauline Bonaparte”.

In other words, don’t pass up this once in a lifetime opportunity to admire such masterpieces, for which we must be thankful to Cardinal Scipione Borghese’s foresight.
Then, only on request, you can go for an enchanting stroll though the Villa Borghese Gardens and enjoy the surprises and tranquility of this Eden in the heart of busy Rome.
The famous Villa Borghese is a truly magical setting, surrounded by vast gardens filled with fountains, monuments and flora.

Duration: 2 hours Borghese Gallery guided visit

Itinerary in Borghese Gallery:

  •  The Caravaggio Room (St. Jerome, David with the Head of Goliath)
  • Bernini sculptures (Apollo and Daphne, David)
  • Canova sculpture (Pauline Bonaparte)
  • Works by Raphael (The Deposition, Lady with Unicorn)
  • Perugino (Madonna and Child)
  • Rubens (The Deposition)
  • itian (Sacred and Profane Love)

Tours are conducted in small groups (maximum 25 people) or private tour (V.I.P. service) with an English-speaking tour guide.


The gallery is closed every Monday and is open from 9 AM to 7 PM.

This means you have five two hour time slots to choose from (you must leave the gallery at the end of your two hour period):

09 AM. – 11 AM.
11 PM. – 01 PM.
01 PM. – 03 PM.
03 PM. – 05 PM.
05 PM. – 07 PM.

Additional Information:

  • Confirmation subject to availability
  • walking tour
  • Not wheelchair accessible

Walking tour of Villa Borghese Gardens available on request (Villa Borghese Gardens Casino dell’Uccelliera, Fontana dei Puppazzi, Piazza di Siena, Tempietto di Diana, Obelisco di Antonio and stunning view over Piazza del Popolo)




2 pers. 3 pers. 4 pers. 5 pers. 6 pers. 7 pers.
€ 100,00 € 75,00 € 60,00 € 52,00 € 46,00 € 42,00