• Palazzo Colonna Tickets
  • Palazzo Colonna Tickets
  • Palazzo Colonna Tickets
  • Palazzo Colonna Tickets
  • Palazzo Colonna Tickets

Palazzo Colonna Tickets

The Colonna Gallery, a magnificent gem of Baroque Rome, shelters Italy's expansive private art collection, showcasing stunning masterpieces by renowned artists such as Carracci, Bronzino, and Guercino. Nestled within Palazzo Colonna, the gallery resides in a stunning architectural marvel that rivals the beauty of the treasures it holds. Adorned with opulent frescoes and exquisitely designed apartments, the building invites exploration into its lavish details. TicketsToDo provides admission tickets to The Palazzo Colonna. Children aged 0-11 can enter free.

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Last Updated: 22nd May 2024
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  • Explore one of the world's largest private art collections inside the Colonna Palace.
  • Enjoy original works by Baroque superstars like Carracci, Bronzino, and Guercino.
  • See the Hall of the Landscapes, Throne Room, Chapel Room, and more.
  • Experience a vast collection of Italian art at the Colonna Gallery, renowned for its extensive holdings.
  • Discover an impressive array of original Italian artworks at the Colonna Gallery, boasting one of Italy's largest private art collections.

What To Expect

Entering the Colonna Gallery feels akin to stepping into a living Baroque masterpiece, where intricate gilded details and breathtaking frescoes stretch endlessly. For over 20 generations, the noble Colonna family has called this palace home, curating a collection that serves as a greatest-hits compilation of Italy's art masters.

Marvel at the expansive beauty of the 'Hall of Landscapes,' adorned with Gaspard Dughet's rural artworks and grand marble columns. Then, immerse yourself in the 'Hall of the Apotheosis' of Martin V, showcasing Benedetto Luti's colossal ceiling canvas. The Chapel hosts original works by Paolo Farinati, while the 'Tapestry Room' boasts intricate woven designs from the early 1600s.

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Entry & Services:

  • Admission to the gallery is free for carers accompanying disabled visitors and for official guides. Tickets can be obtained on-site, and valid proof may be requested.
  • Please note, the gallery cannot accommodate baby strollers for access.
  • Visitors with limited mobility should access the Palace from piazza SS. Apostoli, 66.

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  • You need to present your ticket as a printed copy.
  • Your Palazzo Colonna Tickets are only valid during the specified period mentioned in the selected package. Make sure to check the dates and times of validity to plan your visit accordingly.


Palazzo Colonna, Via della Pilotta, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome Capital, Italy
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  • Is a visit to Palazzo Colonna worthwhile?

    Experience the essence of Baroque splendor at Palazzo Colonna, a gem near Piazza Venezia, housing unique collections spanning the 14th to the 18th century.

  • Who resides in Palazzo Colonna?

    The Colonna family, Prince Assistants to the Papal Throne since 1710, graciously opens their residence to the public every Saturday morning.

  • What is the collection at Galleria Colonna?

    Galleria Colonna, a 17th-century addition, showcases sculptures, frescoes, and paintings by Italian and foreign artists from the 15th and 16th centuries.

  • How big is Palazzo Colonna?

    Spanning 15 acres, Palazzo Colonna is a sanctuary of Renaissance splendor, blending Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, and Roman Rococo styles.