Carlo Bilotti Museum, Rome: All year
Carlo Bilotti Museum, Rome: All year

The Carlo Bilotti Museum which has a collection of notable contemporary art, opened in  2006 in the old orangery which was restored for the purpose.

In 2006, businessman and art collector Carlo Bilotti donated 23 pieces of contemporary art to the Municipality of Rome and with Mayor Veltroni carefully selected the abandoned orangery to become the museum. The 16th century building was then renovated into a stunning museum. 

The majority of the art here was created by Giorgio de Chirico Giorgio de Chirico but there are also  works by Gino Severini, Andy Warhol, Larry Rivers and Giacomo Manzù. 

Admission free

Carlo Bilotti Museum

Viale Fiorello La Guardia, 6, 00197 Rome, Italy

Opening and Closing Days and Time

June to September:

Tuesday to Friday 13.00-19.00

Saturday to Sunday 10.00-19.00

October to May:

Tuesday to Friday 10.00–16.00

Saturday to Sunday 10.00-19.00

Carlo Bilotti Museum, Rome: All year
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