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Rome launches virtual tours of its eight local museums

Although Rome's museums remain closed because of the pandemic, it's still possible to experience art in the Eternal City, now only a click away.

This innovative virtual tour gives remote access to Rome's most important museums.

From the imposing Capitoline Museums...

...to the famous Ara Pacis.

...and the majestic Villa Torlonia

With more than 300 galleries and thousands of works of art, Rome's eight Civic Museums offer free virtual tours featuring enriching images, videos, audios and informational texts.

Visiting the Napoleonic museum...

...Trajan's market, the Imperial Forums museum...

...and the fascinating Museum of Rome is possible no matter where you are.

It's a one-of-a-kind and immersive experience in the heart of the Eternal City.

Thanks to cutting edge drones, visitors can get a never-before-seen perspective of galleries and works of art as they tour museums and the city.

The tour is available at museiincomuneroma.it

Daniel Díaz Vizzi