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Typology: Folk Museum, State Museum

Address

Address: Piazza Guglielmo Marconi, 8
Zone: Quartiere Europa EUR (Roma sud)
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Contacts

Opening times

Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The ticket office closes half an hour before
Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays closed
On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays there is an official to welcome visitors to the Museum of Civilizations.
10.30am-11.30am-4pm, appointment at the Museum ticket office.
The first Sunday of the month free entry is suspended until further use of the MiBACT

Buy your ticket online: https://biglietti.beniculturali.it/
For details of the visit arrangements, it is advisable to contact the museum directly.

Information

Full: € 10,00
Reduced € 2,00 EU citizens 18-25 years
See more: https://www.museocivilta.beniculturali.it/visita.html

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Roma Pass

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Description

The Museum of Folk Arts and Traditions was built around the core of the collection of Lamberto Doria. It was enriched by objects that arrived from throughout Italy to Rome in 1911 for the Italian Ethnographic Exhibition within the celebrations for the fiftieth anniversary of the Union of Italy. Since 1956 it is located in the building designed in 1938 by the architectsCastellazzi, Morresi, and Vitellozzi. The structure presents rich mosaic decorations, both external, realized by Enrico Prampolini, and internal, realized by the artists Amato, Barillà, Barrera, Bertoletti, Cascella, Cavalli,Colao, Guberti, and Varagnolo. The Museum keeps over 100 thousand testimonies of the traditional Italian culture from the sixteenth to the twentieth century. The collection consists of about 700 regional costumes; over 4 thousand traditional gold jewels and amulets, more than 6 thousand wooden handmade articles between work-tools and folk handicrafts; about 5 thousand ceramics, mainly Sicilian; paintings on glass from Alto Adige and Sicily; peddler signs and equipment; a rich collection of carved horns and pumpkins from various sources, several Italian cribs, including an eighteenth century Neapolitan crib; over 9 thousand prints and drawings. So it is a large collection, grouped by thematic sectors: the house, attire, work, transportation, the cycle of the human life and of the year with ceremonies, the religiousness of people, the feasts in the squares, and the traditional musical instruments. The collection includes also a rich audio-visual, photographic, and sound documentation.
Connections: Metro B - Eur Fermi Bus 671 - 714 - 791

Educational activities

Guided tours for school upon telephone booking (Tue, Wed and Thus) and audio guide (150 minutes).

Services

» Library
» Photographic Archive

Museum system

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Last checked: 2020-05-20 13:58