All nature & natural history museums and attractions to visit in Rome

Rome (Italy) has a lot to offer for people that like animals, plants and anything else related to nature and its history. Below we list all 7 nature and natural history museums that are located in Rome.

Is nature and the natural world something that interests you and are you looking for the best nature museums to visit in Rome? These are the ones:

  1. Borghese Gallery1

    Borghese Gallery

    The 17th century Villa Borghese Pinciana, built for Cardinal Scipione Borghese as his suburban manor, is located in the Borghese gardens. It houses the Borghese Gallery with a spectacular collection of renaissance and baroque paintings and sculptures by the most famous artists. You can admire the pa
  2. Bioparco2


    The Bioparco is a 17-hectare large municipal zoo in Rome which feels like a safari, as there are no fences/bars in many parts of the Bioparco Zoo. The Zoo is home to over a 1,000 animals from more than 200 species. Its two newest exhibits can be considered as main attractions: the orangutan expositi
  3. Galleria Spada3

    Galleria Spada

    Palazzo Spada is a structure in Rome that was built in the mid-16th century for Cardinal Girolamo Capodiffero. It was rebuilt by Francesco Borromini when the building was sold in 1631 to Cardinal Bernardino Spada. The building served for the art collection of the Spada Family. Nowadays, the Galleria
  4. Museo Civico di Zoologia4

    Museo Civico di Zoologia

    Museo Civico di Zoologia is a natural history museum in Rome that specializes in fauna and its evolution throughout history. Its collections include conches, several insects, and over 290 artifacts from mammals, some of which are today extinct. Highlights in the museum include the skeleton of a comm
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    Parco Natura e Fattoria Didattica Voloalto

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    La Fattoria degli Animali

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    Collezioni Paleontologiche dell'APAT


All museums in Rome