The Quirinale Museum is the location of the exhibition center. The building looks magnificent and well-maintained. It is located near the exhibition palace. One of the salvation theme of the exhibition is the collection of a lot of ivory carved crosses. Many exhibits on the two floors are Artist from Spain.
Quirinale Palace is actually the presidential palace of Italy. There are a few policemen and guards outside, and it is completely impossible to see such an important place. The museum seems to be open for a limited time. It is best to check the time before going.
Art exhibits on rotation in these former stables. The curation often features lesser known Italian artists or time periods, and the places regularly attracts Romans looking for a bit of culture.
A beautiful space. Check www.InRomeNow.com for full listings of museum shows.
This building used to be the Papal stables but is now used to house special exhibitions. We saw an incredible exhibition of the Baroque painter Caravaggio in 2010. Check the schedule to see what might be on.
The old papal stables now serve as an exhibition space for art shows that come to Rome. Best part though is the end of the exhibition which leaves you at the top of the building which offers some great panoramas of the city. Exhibitions here tend to be popular so go in the late afternoon after school is out or first thing when they open.
This old stable block is now an art museum that programs an interesting rotation of modern and classic art. The horse sized circular ramp ascending to the entrance is particularly cool, revealing the equine origins of the place.