OPEN COURTYARDS AT ROME

300 historical palaces in the centre of Rome will open their courtyards to the public. These amazing corners, most of the time hidden to the Romans and the tourists, are the heart of noble palaces. 2018, Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th they will be open with free entrance thanks to the A.D.S.I. volunteers, to celebrate the eight edition of the “National Historical Residences Day” and to underline the importance of the private historical heritage and their conservation.

This event was born to sensitize the big audience towards the private historical heritage and is sponsored by Roma Capital City. It happens during the Private Heritage Week when all the European organization for the defence of the historical houses celebrate the European Year of the Cultural Heritage declared by the European Union.

Walking around with curiosity you will see the jewels of the historical heritage of the Capital because Rome it is not only ancient ruins but also the best expression of the Italian Renaissance, Baroque and Risorgimental architecture. Do not miss events and exhibitions that will enrich the visits.

LIST OF OPEN COURTYARDS IN ROME
2018, Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th

Here the list of the Palaces, from Piazza Navona to Piazza Campitelli, and then to Piazza Farnese. Only spoiled for choice.

Palazzo Attolico – Via di Parione, 12 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Avila – Via del Governo Vecchio, 14 Saturday hours 10:0019/:00
Palazzo Berardi Guglielmi – Via del Gesù, 62 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Boncompagni Cerasi – Via del Babuino, 51 Saturday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Capizucchi – Piazza Campitelli, 3 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Capponi Antonelli – Via di Monserrato, 34 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Cenci – Piazza dè Cenci, 56 Saturday e Sunday hours 15:30/19:00
Palazzo Cisterna – Via Giulia, 163 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo d’Aste – Via di Monserrato, 149 Saturday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo del Drago – Via dei Coronari, 44 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo del Gallo – Piazza Farnese, 44 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Gomez Silj – Via della Croce, 78/A Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Grazioli – Via del Plebiscito, 102 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Lante – Piazza dei Caprettari, 70 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Malvezzi Campeggi – Via del Consolato, 6 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Massimo Lancellotti – Piazza Navona, 114 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Montoro – Via di Montoro, 8 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Odescalchi – Piazza Santi Apostoli, 80 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Pamphilj Ambasciata del Brasile – Piazza Navona, 14 Saturday hours 11:00/16:00
Palazzo Pasolini dall’Onda – Piazza Cairoli, 6 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Convento Pio Sodalizio dei Piceni – Piazza S. Salvatore in Lauro, 15 Saturday 09:00/12:00 – 16:00/19:00 e Sunday 09:00/12:00
Palazzo Sacchetti – Via Giulia, 66 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Sforza Cesarini – Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 284 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Sterbini – Via del Banco di Santo Spirito, 30 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Taverna – Via di Monte Giordano, 36 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/17:30
Palazzo Torlonia – Via Bocca di Leone, 78 Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00
Palazzo Ruspoli – Via di Fontanella Borghese, 56/B Saturday e Sunday hours 10:00/19:00

The enrance is free and no reservation is required, furthermore details on the A.D.S.I. web site.

Info
La Segreteria A.D.S.I. Lazio: lazio@adsi.it 

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