For art exhibitions 10% discount on tickets. For all music, concerts and danceperformances 20% discount on ticket
The Rome Auditorium is a multi-functional complex dedicated to music, contributing to enrich the already immense patrimony of the Eternal City.
The project is dominated by three “harmonic cases” that seem to fly above a sea of vegetation.
A structure of this kind could not have been built in Rome's densely-packed historic centre. The site chosen for the construction of the Auditorium is on the narrow plain that stretches from the banks of the Tiber to the Parioli hill, located between the Olympic Village built for the 1960 Games and the Palazzo dello Sport and Stadio Flaminio, designed by Pierluigi Nervi.
A site removed from the city centre offered the advantage of being able to welcome and easily handle a large public (thanks to pre-existing infrastructure nearby), as well as occupying a space that for a long time had been a kind of artificial fracture, a “hole” in the city fabric.
The “city” of “music” thus became a new urban element. The fracture has now been absorbed in a park of some 30,000 square metres, planted with 400 trees. The luxurious vegetation that acts as a link with the Roman quarter of the Flaminio, adjacent to Villa Glori, opens to leave space for an pen-air theatre, an urban focal point that provides space for a fourth hall outdoors, designed for staging shows and concerts and capable of seating around 3,000 spectators.
The complex also includes a series of spaces for commercial, recreational, exhibition and study activities.
The entire project respects all existing Italian legislation relating to visual and motor disabilities. Those with motor disabilities have been provided with security exits, fire-proof elevators, safe locations and a reserved seats in concert halls. Tactile maps and route-ways have been designed for those with visual disabilities.
Guided tours are subject to theatre availability and may be cancelled or curtailed at short notice due to performances, rehearsals or other activities in the building.
This is a guided tour of a great musical architecture. A tour of the Auditorium Parco della Musica, gives the visitor a full understanding of the history, the architecture, the cultural and urban value of Renzo Piano’s great Auditorium. Ad hoc trained personnel will guide the visitor around a fascinating itinerary explaining the architectural, structural and acoustical characteristics of the premises.
The itinerary also includes the Cavea, the Foyer with the Archaeological Museum, the Petrassi Hall, the Sinopoli Hall, the Santa Cecilia Hall and visits to the Auditorium Arte’s temporary exhibitions.
The tours are in Italian. Tours in other languages (English, German, French and Spanish) should be booked in advance.
The Park’s opening hours
- Monday/Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Working days: Architectural tours for groups of min. 10 people only. Advance booking is required.
- Saturday, Sunday and holidays: The architectural tours start every hour from 10,30 a.m. to 4,30 p.m.
- Other times are only available to students or groups of 10 to 40 people with advance booking.
- Full Rate: 9,00 Euros;
- Groups and over 65: 7,00 Euros;
- Under 26, students and organized school parties: 5,00 Euros.
Special guided tours
Musica per Roma, in collaboration with Associazione ARED, organizes special tours of the Auditorium Parco della Musica for architects, engineers and students. These tours are reserved for Ared members only (Tickets: Full Rate: 10,00 Euros + Ared membership card). It is also possible to plan itineraries that include not only the Auditorium, but also the most important examples of modern and contemporary architecture in Rome: the Foro Italico, the Villaggio Olimpico, Renzo Piano’s Auditorium Parco della Musica and the Church of the Millennium by Richard Meier.