This is a superb, intimate art gallery and glimpse inside a beautiful palazzo, right in the middle of Rome. We had visited before pre children, and weren't sure whether our children (now 12 and 9) would enjoy the visit, but both declare it was a highlight of our recent holiday.
The place itself is magical, but it is the quirky, intimate and warm audio tour by Jonathan Doria Pamphilj that makes the visit so special. With a blend of welcome, humour, personal stories and being superbly informative the audio tour means that we all got so much more out of our visit - and our children loved listening to all the information about the paintings, stopping an gazing away whilst Jonathan explained the stories and history of the paintings and the people in them.
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