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IMPORTANT : If the time requested is not available, the museum will confirm a timetable different from the one you requested, but as close as possible to the one you requested.
Service fees and eventual temporary exhibition fees are always due.
Available in Italian, English, French.
Single € 4.50
Double € 7.00
Streaming on smartphones € 2.50
Guided tours are available in English and Italian, for individuals and for groups, with reservations required.
The bookshop on the ground floor offers a wide selection of books on arts, photography, architecture and history of Rome, masterpieces of Italian and foreign literature and a special space dedicated to the ongoing exhibition.
The bookshop follows museum opening hours.
Visitors can get something to eat or just a drink and admire the colossal Roman statues of the Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux) overlooking Piazza del Quirinale.
Café and restaurant following the opening hours of the museum.
Free wi-fi connection, only visible surfing inside the museum.
Locker room available to visitors.
The Quirinal Stables are fully accessible to disabled persons and disabled.
The special entrance is in Via XXIV Maggio 16. There are 2 parking spaces reserved for the disabled.
In the opening hours of the stables, the reception staff at the entrance is available for service or accompaniment.
Wheelchairs are available for visitors who request it.
The Quirinal Stables are located in Rome, in Via XXIV May 16 (Quirinale Square).
Bus: 40, 64, 640, 70, 170, H Nazionale / Quirinale stop
Metro: Line A Barberini or Republic stop
The Quirinal Stables, built in the XVIII century and annexed to the Quirinal Palace, host the most important Capitoline art exhibitions.
The palace was built by Pope Innocent XIII between 1722 and 1732, with the function of papal stables in today's Piazza del Quirinale, on the remains of the great Roman temple of Serapis.
The total area is 3000 square meters distributed over several floors, which enjoys a panoramic view over the city from the highest hill of Rome.
From shed for horses and carriages first papal and then royal, in the 30s it became a garage, and finally renovated in 1999 by architect Gae Aulenti to become one of the most beautiful exhibition spaces in Rome and inaugurated on December 21 by the President of the Republic.
For over 10 years it has been featuring the largest exhibitions in the capital, from pop art to the great masters of the Renaissance.
Visiting the Quirinal Stables visitors have the chance to see ongoing exhibitions cyclically held in the beautiful galleries of the palace. The historic building has been preserved intact after the restoration and re-evaluated in its unique historical value.
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