See in the New Year with an hour-long guided tour of the Pamphilj Palace and Doria Pamphilj's private apartments. Marvel at the works of Caravaggio, Raphael and others, then enjoy live Baroque music performed on the original instruments of the period.
What to Expect
Celebrate the New Year in style at Rome's oldest art gallery! Before enjoying a scintillating performance of Roman Baroque music, see some of Italy's most revered masterpieces from the likes of Caravaggio, Raphael, Tiziano, and Bernini.
The Palazzo Pamphilj, or Pamphilj Palace, was built in the mid-17th century at the behest of Pope Innocent X. It now houses the Brazilian Embassy and the Doria Pamphilj Gallery which boasts an impressive collection of artworks from some of Italy's most renowned creative talents. Tour the private apartments of the Princess Doria Pamphilj for an exclusive insight.
The evening begins with a fully-guided tour of the palace led by an art historian, before concluding at the specially reserved Throne Hall for a delightful live performance of Baroque music played upon original instruments from the period. A must for all art and music-loving holiday makers!
- Guided tour by an art historian
- Live Baroque concert in Throne Hall
- Introduction to all musical pieces and instruments
Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, Via del Corso 305, Roma