This quaint little museum was on my list of to-do while in Rome. I scored free tickets with a fee so instead of paying 15 euro, we paid 4 euro each. Not bad! You have to reserve your tickets in advance and they do them in 2 hour blocks so as to not overwhelm visitors. It used to be a home and now is an art gallery. You can't really take photos inside but the art is quite nice. Each room has a theme and you can literally spend hours roaming the halls. The museum is mostly known for it's Bernini sculptures which decorate the rooms and hallways. They also have a few works by Canova, Raphael, and Rubens. The museum is located outside of city center Rome but is accessible by bus. You can take the metro to the main Termini station and grab a bus from there. It's worth a visit if you ever go to Rome.