Exhibitions

Il Tesoro di Antichità. Winckelmann e il Museo Capitolino nella Roma del Settecento
Winckelmann e il Museo Capitolino nella Roma del Settecento
Musei Capitolini -
Sale Espositive di Palazzo Caffarelli, le Stanze Terrene di Sinistra del Palazzo Nuovo e le Sale del Palazzo Nuovo
07 December - 22 April 2018
Una mostra per celebrare gli anniversari della nascita e della morte del fondatore dell’archeologia moderna, Johann Joachim Winckelmann (1717-1768)

There are no planned exhibitions.

Arte negata e riconquistata in mostra
Musei Capitolini -
Small rooms on the ground floor - Palazzo dei Conservatori
02 June - 05 December 2017
The works of art and archaeological artifacts exhibited are some examples of the many assets that the TPC Command Center has recovered over the years. 
Il mistero svelato di Giulia Farnese
Musei Capitolini
19 May - 01 October 2017
A magnificent Madonna, whose identity has elated scholars for centuries, found after 500 years and put on display for the first time, accompanies us through the marvellous paintings and mischievous court stories of 15th-century Rome.
Musei Capitolini -
Palazzo dei Conservatori - Sala degli Arazzi
22 April - 07 May 2017
Esposizione che presenta per la prima volta al mondo il “verso” de Il sacrificio di Isacco di Michelangelo
Musei Capitolini -
Ground floor - Palazzo dei Conservatori
24 January - 17 April 2017
As part of the exchange project established between Madrid’s Thyssen Bornemisza Museum and the Capitoline Museums, which has already been responsible for taking Caravaggio’s La Buona Ventura to the Spanish capital, the Capitoline Supervisory Authority has now chosen to exhibit The Annunciation by “
The original Codex manuscript as a multi-medial and 3D experience
Musei Capitolini -
Palazzo Caffarelli
21 January - 07 May 2017
Based on the story of Daedalus and Icarus, flight is a dream integral to the history of civilisation.  The Codex on the Flight of Birds - the manuscript that contains details of all the intuitive theories da Vinci elaborated on the subject – is now in Rome, in the Capitoline Museums, for the first