Guided public visits to Palazzo Madama (Corso Rinascimento) are conducted on the first Saturday of each month from 10:00-18:00, except August. The tour lasts about 40 minutes, before attending it go to Piazza Madama 11 to get your entrance pass.
Casino dell Aurora Pallavicini (www.casinoaurorapallavicini.it, located just across from the presidential palace of the Quirinale) is a jewel of early 17th century Roman baroque. It was built for Cardinal Scipione Borghese over the ruins of the Baths of Constantine and holds an important collection of paintings, sculptures and frescoes.
Risorgimento museum (www.risorgimento.it) exhibits more than 500 works of art, photographs,relics and arms telling about the unification of Italy from beginning of 19th century to the end of the Firt World War. Free entry every first Tuesday of a month.
Mario Praz House Museum (Via Zanardelli 1) displays over 1000 paintings, sculptures and neo-classical furnishings collected by Mario Praz during sixty years. Guided tours every hour. Free entry.
Supported by Italian Bankers' Association it has already become a tradition that one day a year some of the works of art and hidden masterpieces kept in the palaces of Italian banks are made available for public, and free of charge. This is a unique opportunity both for italians and tourists to admire variety of trends and tastes in art and architecture of various periods - from 18th century palaces to neo classical buildings, as well a designs of contemporary architects.
Smaller and larger markets are integral part of Rome's everyday life, both popular among locals and many tourists.
Get your insight in life and leisure of Romans by wondering around Sunday flea and antiques markets spread out around Rome.
Piazza di s.Maria Maggiore, 42.