The Spirit of Caravaggio. A multimedia exhibition in Rome in the Bramante Halls until November 15, 2017.
“The Spirit of Caravaggio” is a multimedia journey to know and celebrate a controversial character and sometimes wrapped in mystery such as the great Master of the Seventeenth Century, Michelangelo Merisi.
A multisensory experience that unfolds not only through the thousand faces portrayed by the painter: the Bari, Judith, Winner, Maddalena Penitente, but through the emotions they communicate; pain, astonishment, agony, irony, piety and violence, purification and rebirth, in an exceptional setting: the spectacular Bramante Halls.
Colors, impressions and details brought to light in an immersive and evocative journey that takes place through the personal involvement of the spectator that is carried to a unique multisensory experience. The entirely digital exhibition boasts high-quality video projections to retrace all the paintings of the great Master Michelangelo Merisi from Caravaggio on an extraordinary site such as the “Bramante Hall” complex, witnessing the passage of Caravaggio himself.
Every day from 11:00 to 19:00
Last entry at 18.30
Full ticket 10.00 euro (including agency fees)
Reduced ticket 8.00 euros for children up to 12 years and over 65 (including agency fees)
Group ticket 7.00 euros (including agency fees)
The magnificence of the Ara Pacis monument enchants visitors by showing the greatness, the ideals and the ambitions of ancient roman emperors.
Using special AR visors, “The Ara as it was” multimedia project brings the many stories told through the altar’s walls alive, between myth and history.
To maximize this multi sensory experience, a virtual figure of Augustus will be your tour guide and will help you discover the fascinating world of the great Roman Empire.
January 13 – March 25
Fridays and Saturdays: 7.30 pm – midnight
March 31 – April 15
Fridays and Saturdays: 8.00 pm – midnight
April 21- October 30
Every evening: 8.00 pm – midnight
Reduced ticket € 10,00
Every first Sunday of the month, state-owned heritage places (museums, galleries, archaeological sites, monumental parks and gardens) are open with free admission for all visitors.
A great opportunity, which joins the one linked to the Vatican Museums, that – as we remember – are free on the last Sunday of the month.
Before making your visit, you should always call the museum to ensure its opening.
Free access does not always include a visit to the exhibitions in progress for which instead would remain in place the appropriate pricing.
Anyone staying in a hotel, bed&breakfast, holiday home, guest house or camp site in Rome, with the sole exception of hostels, is subject to pay an overnight accommodation tax for every day spent in the Eternal City.
You can pay cash or by card, at the end of your stay, directly on site. You will be given a personal receipt.
The overnight accommodation tax is applicable up to a maximum of 10 consecutive nights within one solar year, provided that you spend the nights at the same accommodation facility.
The payment is due for a maximum of 5 nights for the guests of camping grounds, open air facilities and areas equipped for temporary stops.
Exceptions: residents of Rome, children up to age 10, all who accompany patients for health reasons, members of the State police force and the other armed forces, and one coach driver and one tour leader/tourist guide for every 23 group members.
060608 is here, Rome City Council’s telephone and internet service providing tourist and cultural information for Romans and visitors.
It is further possible to purchase tickets for museums, exhibitions, shows and events.
Visit the website (www.060608.it) or dial (from Italy) 060608.
The line is open every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the same rate as a local phone call.