Palazzo Massimo features a superb collection of ancient Roman sculptures, mosaics, and wall paintings. Also on display are the famous paintings from the Imperial-era villa, discovered under the Villa Farnesina. A bedroom from the Empress Livia's villa at Prima Porta and a mummified ‘Bambina di Grottarossa,’ (a child found with its doll) are must-sees in this museum.
Palazzo Massimo serves as the main part of the National Roman Museum. It holds a fascinating collection of art and items drawn from classical Roman history. Explore this palace and discover a treasury of coins, gems, jewels, funerary items, classical sculpture (including a statue of Augustus) frescoes, mosaics, marble and bronze works.