About Rome Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome

Once a large industrial complex built at the beginning of the 20th century, MACRO’s main site is now a dynamic centre of cultural activity.rnThe first phase of conversion was completed in September of 1999 and saw the opening of six large exhibition halls, a media library, library, conference hall, art studio, bookstore and café.rnThe site is also home to MACRO’s permanent collection and administrative offices.rnOpen to the public all year and six days a week, MACRO’s main site is a point of reference for Rome’s contemporary art community.rn 



How to get there
Using public transport, starting from Rome Termini station Go to stop TERMINI (MA-MB-FS) Take Line N. 38 (BASEGGIO) to 5 stops Get off at stop NIZZA/MANTOVA Walk 50 metres to via Reggio Emilia, 1Using public transport, starting from Rome Ostiense station Go to stop PIRAMIDE Take Line N. B (REBIBBIA) to 4 stops Get off at stop TERMINI Go to stop TERMINI (MA-MB-FS) Take Line N. 38 (BASEGGIO) to 5 stops Get off at stop NIZZA/MANTOVA Walk 50 metres to via Reggio Emilia, 1Using public transport from Fiumincino Airport Go to stop FIUMICINO Take Line N. Leonardo (TERMINI) to 1 stops Get off at stop TERMINI Go to stop VOLTURNO/GAETA take Line N. 38 (BASEGGIO) to 4 stops Get off at stop NIZZA/MANTOVA Walk 50 metres to via Reggio Emilia, 1

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