×
YOUR GUIDE

EXPLORE
OFFERS
COMPARE HOTELS
Roman National Museum - Ottagona Class
Roman National Museum - Ottagona Class
The National Roman Museum – Octagonal Hall (ex Planetarium) was created in the halls of the ancient Thermae of Diocletian and exhibits an important number of sculptures, all coming from thermal complexes. 

It also contains works that came to light during the excavation works performed in Rome and in its surroundings, such as the Venus of Cyrene or the Girl from Antium, realized by Greek sculptors of the fifth century BC. Inside the building the visitor can admire frescoes of the Republican Age.





Are you a local? What do you think about Roman National Museum - Ottagona Class? Login to suggest it!
Roman National Museum - Ottagona Class
ZonzoFox
4.1

PRACTICAL INFO

ADDRESS: Via Giuseppe Romita 8, Rome
OPENING HOURS : Open only during exhibitions.
YOU MAY ALSO BE INTERESTED IN...