Museum tour at...Capitoline Museum with Percy Jackson 

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Did you know that the Capitoline Museums are the first public museum in the world? Let's discover one of the largest collections of ancient statues including some characters from the Percy Jackson books and enjoy the marvelous sights over the Forums and Rome's historic centre.



Lenght: 2 hours;

Start time: Every day at 9.30am or 2pm with the exception of bank holidays;

Useful info: We recommend bringing with you a bottle of water, especially in summer.



The history of the museums began when the people of Rome received, as a donation from Pope Sixtus IV, one of the most ancient public collections of art works, comprising a large number of classic sculptures of great worth. During the centuries the collections of the museums were enriched by important contributors, such as Cardinal Alessandro Albani, thus reflecting the evolution of collectors trends as time went on. The collections occupy both Palazzo dei Conservatori and Palazzo Nuovo.