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Date: from 2018-04-11 to 2018-09-23

Opening times

from April 11th 2018 to September 23th 2018
From June until September: everyday from 10.00 to 19.00
Last admission 1 hour before closing time.
Closed Monday; May 1st

Please Note: please check our Notice page for special openings and/or temporary closures

Special opening on Monday 10am-7pm of the exhibition


Entrance ticket
Ticket "only exposition":

 - Adults € 11,00;  
  - Concessions € 9,00;
  - Special School groups € 4,00 per student (free entrance for one accompanying teacher for every 10 students);
  - Special Family € 22,00 (2 adults and children under 18 years of age).  
Integrated Museo di Roma + Exhibition Ticket
- Adults € 17,00;  
  - Concessions € 13,00.
Museo di Roma only Tickets:
Adults € 9,50  
Concessions € 7,50

tel. 060608 every day h 9.00 - 19.00

Promoted by Roma Capitale, Assessorato alla Crescita culturale - Sovrintendenza Capitolina ai Beni Culturali

Organized by Associazione Culturale MetaMorfosi



Italy's capital celebrates Canaletto by bringing toghether works from some of the most important museums and galleries in the world.

Giovanni Antonio Canal (Venezia 1697 - 1768)

On display, to celebrate the 250th anniversary of his death, the largest collection of works ever exhibited in Italy: 67 paintings, drawings and documents selected for their beauty and for their importance, illustrate his thinking and method, the technique and relationship with reality.

Outstanding among the masterpieces on display are two works from the Pinacoteca del Lingotto Giovanni e Marella Agnelli in Turin, the Grand Canal from the north, towards the Rialto bridge and The Grand Canal with Santa Maria della Carità, on display for the first time together with the manuscript from the Biblioteca statale di Lucca.

For the first time, outstandingly, the two parts of a single large canvas cut before 1802, depicting Chelsea from Battersea Reach, are brought together.
The left part comes from the National Trust property Blickling Hall in the UK; the right part, from the Museo Nacional De Bellas Artes de la Hanana, has been loaned for the first time by the government of Cuba.

Please note that, as from 16 July 2018, the work "The Bucintoro Returning to the Molo on Ascension Day", Venice 1729 ca., oil on canvas, will no longer be on display in the exhibition.


Last checked: 2018-04-04 12:19