Palazzo Corsini is a villa in Rome from the 15th century that houses the Galleria Corsini. The palace was originally built by the Riario family and later inhabited by Queen Christina of Sweden during the 17th century. The Florentine Corsini family moved into the building after Cardinal Lorenzo Corsini was named Pope. Nowadays it is a museum that houses the art collection, Galleria Corsini, comprising the first floor of the palace. The collection mainly consists of Italian art from early-Renaissance to late-18th century with both religious and historical works, as well as landscapes and genre paintings.
|Monday||08:30 am – 07:00 pm|
|Wednesday||08:30 am – 07:00 pm|
|Thursday||08:30 am – 07:00 pm|
|Friday||08:30 am – 07:00 pm|
|Saturday||08:30 am – 07:00 pm|
|Sunday||08:30 am – 07:00 pm|
CLOSING DAYS: December 25th, January 1st
|0 - 17||Free|
|EU Citizen (18-25)||€2.00|
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