Palazzo dei Conservatori
The main seat of the Capitoline Museums is on the right of Piazza del Campidoglio as you come up the Cordonata staircase.
Dating to 1471, the Capitoline Museums are the world's oldest public museums. Their collection of classical sculpture is one of Italy's...
Statue of Marcus Aurelius
In the centre of Piazza del Campidoglio, this equestrian bronze is a copy of a 2nd-century statue in the Capitoline Museums.
Piazzale Caffarelli 4 · interesting places nearby
Caffè Capitolino information
The Capitoline Museums' charming terrace cafe is a good place to relax over a drink or light snack (panini, salads and pizza) and enjoy wonderful views across the city's rooftops. Although part of the museum complex, you don’t need a ticket to come here as it’s accessible via an independent entrance on Piazzale Caffarelli.