Gallery Doria Pamfilij is one of the world’s major private collections. It was started in the 17th century by Pope Innocent X Pamphilj, continued by his descendants.
When the Pamphilj line died, it was inherited by the Doria family. he collections of the Gallery were accumulated by Camillo, nephew of Pope Innocent X and, like the entire palace, with the extinction of the Pamphili it passed on to Doria Pamphili, who arrived in Rome from Genoa in 1760.
It is housed in a grandiose Rococo mansion, Palazzo Doria, with a Renaissance courtyard.
Most of the works are still hanging in the places selected by the original collectors; many are famous masterpieces. Among the Italians: Titian, Tintoretto, Correggio, Raphael, Caravaggio, Carracci... Among the foreign masters, the most important are Velazquez, Rubens, Claude Lorrain, Velvet Breughel and many other important artists of their era.
And not only that, inside you can admire marble bust of Innocent X made by Algardi and Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
- Entrance ticket
- Guided tour
- Salome with the Head of John the Baptist (Titian)
- Rest During the Flight into Egypt (Carravaggio)
- Penitent Magdalen (Carravaggio)
- Bust of Donna Olimpia (Algardi)
- Battle in the Bay of Naples (Bruegel)
- Doppio ritratto (Raffael), Portret Innocenzo X Pamphilj (Velasquez)
- bottles, glass containers, any food, alcohol, spray cans, penknifes, large bags, trolleys, carry large umbrellas
- Partially wheelchair accessible
- Suitable for children
- No access with animals