The Farnesina is scheduled to reopen to the public on 20 May on the occasion of the Open House Roma initiative. It will be possible to visit the main rooms of the building and the Farnesina Collection during four time slots starting at 10:30, 11:00, and 12:00 a.m., as well as at 2:30 p.m.
The free visit will last approximately one hour and thirty minutes and will include the Main Atrium on the mezzanine floor and the state rooms, which will be accessible to the public on the first floor. In this way, it will be possible to discover the historical core of the Farnesina Collection, which is dedicated, among other things, to Art Informel, Gruppo Forma 1, Optical and Programmed Art, Arte Povera, the Transavantgarde, Gruppo di San Lorenzo, as well as the new gallery dedicated to graphics, illustration and street art.
Open House Roma is a yearly event created to celebrate the main places of design and architecture in the capital. From 20 to 28 May, about 274 sites, usually inaccessible, will be open to the public through free guided tours.
The tours will be curated by volunteers from Open House and the Italian Touring Club.
For further information, please visit the Open House initiative website.