On Saturday, 21 November museums in Rome throw open their doors for a nighttime feast of music and artefacts. Rome is famous for its nocturnal events, including music festivals, film screenings, theatre, opera and concerts. Rome’s very own Museums in Music “night at the museum” will be free or cost one euro at most – and the museums will stay open until 2am.
Taking part in Rome’s Museums in Music will be the Museum of Rome and Museum of Rome at Travestere, The Modern Art Gallery of Rome, the Capitoline Museums, Trajan’s Market and many others.
Casa di Goethe on the Via del Corso will also be taking part – a ROME ALONE favourite and quite atmospheric enough by day, without experiencing a little touch of Goethe in the night.
If you can’t get to Rome this weekend, you can enjoy a virtual tour of the Musei Capitolini here.
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