Bronze masters in Rome

Animated visit for families to Palazzo Venezia and the "Bronze & Gold" exhibition at the Vittoriano
- Saturday, September 23 at 7:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.

How is a bronze sculpture made? What are the ancient working techniques? These and many other questions and curiosities will be answered by this special tour dedicated to the transmission of traditions and artistic practices of the past. Starting with the bronze artworks in Palazzo Venezia and the exhibition "“BRONZE & GOLD. Rome. Pope Innocent III: immersive tale of a masterpiece" set up at the Vittoriano, the public of all ages will be taken on a journey through time to immerse themselves in a Rome of bygone times and discover step by step what is behind the making of a work of art and confront the precious heritage of knowledge and skills of the bronze masters.
The route The Bronze Masters in Rome is dedicated to "Living Heritage" the theme of the 2023 edition of the European Heritage Days, promoted by the Ministry of Culture (MiC).

Information and reservations

This visit is free with admission at the symbolic cost of 2 euro. 

Reservations required. 

The meeting point is at Palazzo Venezia, entrance from via del Plebiscito, 118. 

Please arrive 15 minutes before the start of the visit at the meeting point.

To book, contact the education team by sending an email to: