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Roman National Museum - Diocletian Baths
Roman National Museum - Diocletian Baths
The National Roman Museum-Thermae of Diocletian was founded in 1889 to collect the antiquities of Rome and was recently reopened to the public. 

Housed within the imposing Diocletian complex, it contains a considerable and valuable collection of epigraphic material, consisting of inscriptions and terracottas and a section on the Protohistory of the Latin Peoples consisting of materials and trousseaus coming from the Osteria dell'Orsa, Castiglione, and Fidene. It includes many statues, sarcophagi, and funerary trousseaus.

The Garden of the Five Hundred, characterized by an enormous marble fountain, and the Large Cloister, called of Michelangelo, where a section of lesser statues and various archaeological materials is exhibited, are part of the complex of the Museum.

The epigraphical section was formed in the first half of the nineteenth century and today is completely restored.





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PRACTICAL INFO

ADDRESS: Viale Enrico De Nicola 79, Rome
OPENING HOURS : Tuesday-Sunday: 9.00 am - 7.30pm. Closed: Monday, December 25, January 1, May 1. Last admission 1 hour before closing time. Free admission the first Sunday of the month.
PRICE: 7 euro. Full 7 euro + 3 euro for exhibitions, valid 3 days for 4 sites (Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, Terme di Diocleziano). Reduced 3,50 + 3,00 for exhibitions for European Union members between 18 and 25 years old and for the Civil-European Union teachers, valid 3 days for 4 sites (Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Crypta Balbi, Terme di Diocleziano). Free entrance: first Sunday of the month, citizens under 18, tour guides, reserved school groups accompanied by one teacher every 10 students, teachers and students of faculties of Architecture, Conservation of the Cultural Heritage, Education Sciences, and degree courses in the Arts, disabled persons and a companion.
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