Rome museums free on Easter Sunday

Most Rome museums also open on Easter Monday

Rome’s civic museums are open free of charge to Rome residents on Easter Sunday, 5 April, as part of the city's ongoing monthly initiative.

On Easter Monday, 6 April, a public holiday in Italy, most of the museums in the capital will remain open, however a number of them will close on Tuesday 7 April.

The Quirinal Palace will be closed on Easter Sunday while the Vatican Museums are closed on both days.

For full list of museums and their Easter opening times see city website.

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