Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna e contemporanea

Rome, Italy


  • viale delle Belle Arti, 131
  • Rome
  • Lazio
  • 00197
  • Italy

Opening times

Tuesday-Sunday: 8.30 – 19.30
Last entry:45 minutes before closure
Close:Mondays, 1 January , 25 December

Travel Information

Tube / Metro: Line A – Flaminio stop (about 600 metri)
Bus: 61 – 89 – 160 – 490 – 495, M, Fiocco square
Train: Line Rome – Viterbo – Flaminio station


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Rome’s National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art is located near Valle Giulia. It hosts 20,000 works – paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations – and offers a great view on art starting from the 1800’s to today. This is the only national museum entirely dedicated to modern and contemporary art. The National Gallery is supported through the special autonomy granted by the Reform of MiBAC (Ministero dei beni e Attività Culturali – Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities); it is a place of research and experimentation where one can think about languages, exhibition experiences and the role of contemporary museums.