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Surprisingly out of the box

About the Contemporary Art tour

Contrary to popular belief, Rome is not only about archaeology and ancient history, Renaissance frescoes, and academic artists.

This tour is a fast forward to the 20th century, a way to discover a new history of art. A brilliant setup of the museums will be the roadmap to make modern art easy to understand.

Modern art experts will find a new way to perceive Rome and its art history, while the curious will gain a convenient understanding to fall in love with contemporary creativity.

Tour info
When
tue-sun, excluded main national holidays
Category
art, architecure, modern art
Location
Rome
Duration
approx. 3 hours
Type
mainly indoor
Included
La Galleria Nazionale, Maxxi

When

Tuesday-Sunday, excluded main national holidays or special events

Duration

Around 3 hours.

Accessible

Fully accessible with wheelchair

Pack

If you book 3 or more tours you can have a special discount

Pick up

The pick up at your accomodation is possible, but needs to be defined in advance

Tour Description

The museum La Galleria Nazionale (formerly GNAM) is a historical cultural institution established to document the development of modern art in Italy.

The MAXXI (Museum of Art of the 21st Century), designed by the architect Zaha Hadid, aims to showcase the most recent artistic creations.

As your guide, I will lead you through the galleries, showcasing paintings, sculptures, and installations, to explore how the concept of art is constantly evolving.

You will be amazed at how contemporary artists constantly referenced our lives, emotions, and world.

Rates

1-2 people: €300 – entrance tickets included, taxi between the two museums included

Each extra person: €30 (max 10 people) – entrance tickets included, taxi between the two museums included

Each extra hour (or fraction) exceeding 3 hours: €60

Email me for a special quotation if your group is composed of more than 10 people.

Reservation policy

Non refundable deposit: although I do not request full payment of the tours and experiences until the day of your tour,  I request a  deposit which contains prepaid reservations which are NOT refundable to ensure your tour. 

I require from 50% to 70%  deposit (depending by the tour) to cover prepayment of reservations and entrance tickets in advance.  Any prepaid deposit is NOT refundable as I am not able to receive a refund.

The tour can NOT be rescheduled after the entrance tickets have been reserved for you.

What's included

Private guided tour (around 3 hours) of the museums La Galleria Nazionale (GNAM) and Maxxi.

A professional and licensed tour guide, according to the italian law.

Radio earphones system, when required.

Skip the line tickets.

What's NOT included

Taxi or car to move from the meeting point to the location of the tour (if you choose the pick up in a specifical location).

Food and drinks.

Temporary exhibitions organized inside the two museums.

Everything else not clearly specified in the section “What’s Included”.

When

Tuesday-Sunday, excluded main national holidays

Duration

Around 3 hours

Accessible

Fully accessible with wheelchairs

Pack

If you book 3 or more tours you can have a special discount

Pick up

The pick up at your accomodation needs to be defined in advance

The Contemporary creation in Rome Gallery

Choose whatever you want

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