If you are an art enthusiast and would like to discover hidden treasures, you cannot miss the opportunity to visit the storage rooms of the Borghese Gallery, which will reopen from February 23 to May 5, 2023. The storage rooms are a veritable art gallery that houses approximately 260 paintings, organized by schools of painting and thematic areas, that do not find a place in the museum’s exhibition plans.
But what truly makes these storage rooms unique is their organized arrangement and their function as spaces for study and in-depth exploration, making them places of great cultural value. Additionally, among the works kept there, it is possible to discover some curiosities and artifacts of enormous value for the study of the masters who created them.
Among the treasures kept there, you might also come across some curiosities, such as a copy of a painting by Sebastiano del Piombo, a Magdalene by Correggio, the Three Ages of Man by Titian reproduced by Sassoferrato, unique testimonies that have come down to us of vanished masterpieces, and therefore artifacts of enormous value for the study of the masters who created them.
For those who wish to participate in this extraordinary experience, booking is mandatory by calling the number 06 67233753 (Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm), as the spots are limited and admission is free. The initiative offers the opportunity to discover the history of the collection, the building, and the taste of the ages, through works of great artistic value. The storage rooms, once closed, inaccessible, and unknown to most people, now become open and welcoming.
The meeting is at 4:00 pm at the museum information desk located next to the ticket office. The stay in the storage rooms is 45 minutes, but it will certainly be an unforgettable experience. Do not miss the opportunity to visit the most hidden treasures of the Borghese Gallery. Book your visit now and get ready to discover a world of artistic wonders.