-Tomorrow important museums in all European cities will open its doors to allow night visits: a unique opportunity to discover unexpected and unseen angles of Rome’s heritage, all free of charge.
Tomorrow, May 14, museums all across Europe will open its doors to allow visitors to admire some of the most important art collections in the world from a different angle. Of course the Eternal City won’t be the exception, so if you are now in Rome you’ll have the chance to experience the City in a way you never imagined: by night and for free.
Among the museums open tomorrow from 20.00 PM to 02.00 A.M there are The Capitoline Museums, The Borghese Gallery,Castel Sant’Angelo, the Pantheon and the contemporary-art museums MACRO and MAXXI. You could even visit more than one of those in an authentic museum-crawl night!
Besides, since most cutlural institutions have joined in the fun, there will be many free events in venues scattered all around the city: you’ll have the National Academy of Dance at the Ara Pacis, The jazz singer Maria Pia de Vito at the Centrale Montemartini, just to name a few among the most interesting. You can check the entire list here (in English, don’t worry).
And after a long night admiring the cultural wealth of Rome there’s nothing more fitting than relaxing at Hotel Des Artistes or Yes Hotel. Contact us now to get our best rate!