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Typology: Private building


Address: Via della Casina di Raffaello
Zone: Quartiere Pinciano (Roma centro)
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In prossimità di Piazza di Siena


Telephone: 0039 060608 info per il pubblico (tutti i giorni 9.00-19.00) - Info e prenotazioni per feste di compleanno per i bambini 06 8558334

Opening times

From Tuesday to Friday h. 10.00-18.00
Saturday, Sunday and holidays h. 10.00-19.00

Closed: Monday (except Easter Monday), 1st May, 25 december, 1 january.

Monday 24 April: closed
Tuesday 25 April: open  h. 10.00-19.00

Closed 24, 25, 31 Dec and 1 Jan

For workshops, events and exhibitions, please see the "All scheduled events" section.


€ 7,00 per child.

Suitable for Children from 3 to 10 years of age.
Free admission: children aged between 0 and 1 years, first accompanying adult, teachers, disabled pupils/students, support teachers and A.E.C.;
Max 15 children per workshop (10 can be reserved through the 060608 Contact Centre and 5 on the spot).

Concessions: Bibliocard holders: € 5,00 (plus a 10% on the price of the products available at the library)

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Roma pass holderds: concessionary ticket plus a 10% on the price of the products available at the library


The building dates back to the age of Cardinal Scipione Borghese (1576-1633), client of the Villa outside Porta Pinciana. In the beginning it was a rural building intended as the house of the linen attendant of the noble family. The building was in the centre of a large row of mulberries which disappeared in the late ‘700, when the facing Piazza di Siena was created. At that time the architect Antonio Asprucci added the first floor balcony and the little church which was richly frescoed by Felice Giani and Giovan Battista Marchetti. In 1959 in the church was put the tomb of the sculptor Pietro Canonica, who lived for years in the nearby Fortezzuola (now a museum dedicated to him). After a long restoration process which also enabled to recover the original colours of the façade, the decorations of the room and of the church and the frescoes of the porch, now the building is back to its ancient splendour turning itself into a little house of wonders for boys and girls. 

Library - Reading Room
A space dedicated to reading.
Free admission.

Free activities, booking required on the spot, suitable for children from 3 years of age, max 15 children per workshop.
See details in Educational Activities.

Born to Read Area.
A space dedicated to children's fist reading books.
Free admission.

Outdoor games.
Activities with free admission, under the supervision of accompanying adults.

Gift and Bookshop.

Giani Hall.
A "free play" area, € 3,00 per child.

Birthday parties for children.
Children can celebrate their birthday at the Casina di Raffaello.

Info and bookings: tel. +39 06 8558334: Tuesday-Friday from 10.30 to 12.30
Free for accompanying adults. Minimum 10 children.

Corporate Events: eventi.aziendali@zetema.it

Educational activities and services for schools: Info +39 060608


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Last checked: 2020-10-12 9:28