Rome (Italy)


MAXXI, the National Museum of 21st Century Arts, is the first Italian national institution devoted to contemporary creativity. The MAXXI building is a major architectural work designed by Zaha Hadid, located in Rome’s Flaminio quarter and featuring innovative and spectacular forms.
MAXXI Inside
MAXXI outside

Access preferences

Free cloakroom (Complementary Offer)

To leave helmets, umbrellas, large bags and other bulky objects (larger than 25x30x12 cm) in the cloakroom before beginning their visit.

Google Art Project (Virtual Content)

A virtual tour with Google Street View technology, the collection to be explored, every detail of Alighiero Boetti’s Mappa at ultra-high 7 Gigapixel definition.

Guided tours for individuals and groups (Group and Tours)

Library and Archives (Understanding)

Lunch Menu of the Restaurant (Complementary Offer)

Gluten-free and vegetarian options. More info: +39 391 7053069

Mission Statement in English (Mission Statement)

Museum Map (Moving and Wayfinding Inside)

for download as PDF

Photography and video forbidden in exhibitions (Photography)

Photography and video recordings is allowed in the museum piazza and foyer but is forbidden in the exhibition galleries. Professional and /or commercial shoots and the copying of works must be authorised by the foundation.

Special parking spaces (Parking)

There are two dedicated parking spaces outside the museum: one near the entrance on Via Guido Reni, the other in Via Masaccio; a 2-hour stay is permitted.

Way to MAXXI (Getting there)

Wheelchairs for rent (Moving and Wayfinding Inside)

Two wheelchairs may be reserved by calling the number +39 06 3201954 at least two days in advance.

Contact info

Via Guido Reni, 4/A,
Rome, Italy.
+39 06 3201954