Evidencing the project's prominence, a selection of ninety masterpieces, representative of the Torlonia collection’s importance both on a national and international level, will be presented at the opening show in Rome. This exhibition will be curated by archaeologist and art historian Professor Salvatore Settis and by archaeologist, Professor Carlo Gasparri of the Accademia dei Lincei. The collection will then tour abroad among worldwide prestigious museums institutions.
In order to visit Villa Albani Torlonia, you are first required to fill in the following request form, specifying the language spoken. The visits are free. Contribution to support the Foundations projects and activities are welcome with a recommended minimum contribution of €50 per person. Whenever possible, visitors may see the object of restoration they contribute to. Visits, which last two hours, in the presence of a guide, may be in groups of no more than fifteen-twenty people. They include Villa Albani Torlonia, the Italian garden and the Kaffehaus, now featuring the collection of recently restored sculptures.
The Fondazione Torlonia, should the request be accepted, will propose the first available date. Given the high numbers of request and to support the Foundation mission, any contribution, will be a preferential title for the assignment of the available dates.