The Doria-Pamphilj gallery is one of the most important and magnificent private art collections in Rome. It is housed in the superb noble family residence located in the hearth of Rome whose current appearance goes back to the first half of the XVIII century.

The collection was started by Camillo Pamphili in 1644 when his uncle Giovanni Battista was elected Pope as Innocent X. You will have the unique opportunity to admire masterpieces by Titian, Raffaello, Carracci, Lotto and many other european masters of the XVII and XVIII century; but Camillo was also responsible for the purchase and direct commissioning of key pieces which include works by Guercino, Lorraine, Bernini, Algardi and the well known portrait of Innocent X by Velazquez.

You will have the privilege to enjoy this unique experience in an magic atmosphere.