The Museum of Italian Resurgence or in Italian Museo Centrale del Risorgimento is a museum located inside the Vittoriano monument on Piazza Venezia in Rome. It occupies several rooms inside the famous monument built out of white marble. Even though Vittoriano monument is a quite visited tourist attraction that offers a magnificent view on Rome, it is not that popular, mainly because people are not aware of its existence. However, tourists interested in Italian history and the events that led to the final unification of the Italian lands can find this museum very interesting.
This museum is located inside the Vittoriano monument in Piazza Venezia. After the death of Vittorio Emanuele II, the first King of unified Italy, the parliament decided to build this colossal monument in his honor, therefore the name - Vittoriano.
In the museum you will be able to see: paintings, letters and diaries, sculptures, army uniforms, flags and arms that evoke the struggle for independence of Italy and testify to political, cultural and social changes of this very important period of Italian history. Therefore, tourist interested in Italian history and the events that led to the final unification of the Italian lands can find this museum a very interesting one.
Ticket prices for the Museum of Italian Resurgence in Rome
Regular ticket price is: 5 Euros (€).
Reduced ticket price is: 2.5 Euros (€).
Free: First Sunday of every month.
Free: Citizens of European Union younger than 18; disabled individuals that are citizens of the European Union.
Reduced price: Citizens of European Union between 18 and 25 years old.
We advise you to check ticket prices and working hours before visiting – check the official website of the Museum of Italian Resurgence in Rome.
Working hours of the Museum of Italian Resurgence in Rome
From Monday to Sunday working hours of the museum are: 9:30-18:30h.