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Palazzo Cipolla Tickets & Tours

The Palazzo Cipolla is an art museum that hosts exhibitions dedicated to the French Fauvist painter Raoul Dufy (1877-1953), who is considered ‘The Painter of Joy.’ 

It is named after the architect Antonio Cipolla.

The architectural styles of 15th-century Florence and 16th-century Rome inspire the exhibition rooms of this museum.

This article shares everything you should know before booking Palazzo Cipolla tickets.

Things to know before booking tickets

You can buy tickets for the Palazzo Cipolla online or at the attraction.

If you arrive at the venue to buy tickets, you must line up at the counter. During peak times, these lines can get long, and you will waste your time. 

Online tickets for the Cipolla Palazzo are usually cheaper than those sold at the venue. 

You also get your preferred time slot when you book online and in advance.

It also helps you avoid last-minute disappointments when tickets get sold out. 

To book tickets, visit the booking page and select your preferred date and the number of tickets.

After the purchase, you will receive the tickets in your email. 

On the day of your visit, exchange your smartphone ticket for a paper ticket at the ticket office and walk into the art museum.

Important: The museum closes at 8 pm and the ticket counter at 7 pm.

Palazzo Cipolla tickets

Cost of Palazzo Cipolla entry tickets
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This ticket allows you to enter the temporary exhibition at Palazzo Cipolla (Raoul Dufy—The Painter of Joy).

You get to admire the exhibition rooms, combining the styles of 15th-century Florence and 16th-century Rome.

Every time you enter the museum, you can expect a different exhibition, so there’s always an excuse to visit this masterpiece of architecture.

Cost of entry tickets

The Palazzo Cipolla entry tickets cost €10 for all visitors aged between 27 to 64 years. 

Youths aged seven to 26 get a €2 discount and pay only €8 for entry. 

Tickets for seniors 65 years and above are also priced at €8.

Children up to the age of six years and people with reduced mobility can enter the museum for free.

Adult (27 to 64 years): €10
Youth (7 to 26 years): €8
Child (up to 6 years): Free
Senior (65+ years): €8
People with reduced mobility: Free

Buy a Roma Pass and visit one or two of Rome’s top attractions with access to public transport. Choose either a 48-hour or a 72-hour pass and get direct entry into the city’s famous gems. 


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Palazzo Cipolla timings

The Palais Cipolla opens at 10 am and closes at 8 pm from Tuesday to Sunday. 

The art museum remains closed on Mondays. 

How long does the tour take

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The Palazzo Cipolla takes approximately two hours to explore. 

You may need an hour extra at the attraction if you are an art enthusiast.

Special events, presentations, and exhibitions may also increase the duration.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit the Palazzo Cipolla is as soon as it opens at 10 am. 

The crowd is usually less during the morning, giving you ample time to stroll inside the museum and admire every painting. 

On weekends, the museum experiences a huge rush.

What to expect at Palazzo Cipolla

Since 14 October 2022, the rooms of Palazzo Cipolla are hosting the exhibition of Raoul Dufy.

These exhibitions are divided into 13 thematic sections. 

Each section represents the artistic career of the French expressionist through multiple works that embrace various techniques of the twentieth century. 

Dufy sought new themes during the 1950s, but war and disease forced him to stay in his studio in southern France.

“What I wish to show when I paint is how I see things with my eyes and heart,” Raoul Dufy quoted.

How to reach Palazzo Cipolla

How to reach Palazzo Cipolla Roma
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The Palazzo Cipolla is situated across Via del Corso road.

Address: Via del Corso, 320, 00186 Roma RM, Italy  Get Directions

You can reach the Palazzo Cipolla via both public and private transport. 

However, we recommend using public transport to reach the art museum.

By Bus

You can board bus numbers 62, 63, 83, 85, 119, 160, and 492 to reach the Corso/Minghetti Bus Stop, a minute’s walk to the Palazzo Cipolla Art Museum.

You can also reach the second nearest bus stop, Corso/L.Go Chigi, by boarding bus numbers 51, 52, 53, 71, 80, 100, and 117, just 3 minutes away.

By Car

If you’re driving, you can turn on Google Maps on your smartphone and get started.

There are plenty of parking lots nearby.

Sources

# Artsupp.com
# Ialia.it
# Tripadvisor.com
# Travelmyglobe.com

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