How to reach the Museum of Rome
The easiest way to reach the Museum of Rome is by using one of the numerous bus lines that stop next to Piazza Navona. Since the entrance to the museum is located on the famous Navona Square, metro is not the best choice as the nearest metro station is quite far away. This is why most visitors reach this square on foot. It is important to mention that on the Navona square there is also the Church Saint Agnese in Agone, while Pantheon and the National Roman Museum Palazzo Altemps are also close.
Address: the museum has two entrances: one is from Piazza Navona 2 and the other one from Piazza San Pantaleo 10.
Buses: 46, 62, 64, 916, 916F, N5, N15, N20 (Stop Corso Vittorio Emanuele – Navona).