Former Gestapo headquarters houses Historical Museum of the Liberation of Rome.
Housed in a former SS prison, Rome's Liberation Museum documents the persecution of Jews and resistance figures who were tortured here during the Nazi occupation of Rome from 1943-1944.
The three-storey museum, located on a quiet side street in the S. Giovanni neighbourhood, contains archive photographs and documents as well as personal items belonging to the victims of the Nazi massacres at Fosse Ardeatine and Forte Bravetta.
Visitors can also access the windowless cells in which the prisoners were tortured. Entry is free but donations are encouraged for the museum's upkeep. For full information see museum website.