Via Tasso, 145, 00185 Roma RM, Italy
You will learn a lot visiting this museum. It is easy to find on Google Maps when you are in town. Lots of the rooms don't have working displays or are under construction. Every monitor in every room was turned off.
I found this little gem by accident and I’m so glad I did. The museum is free but does have a donation box. The guard was very friendly & gave me an audio guide already set up. It was a very emotional visit especially through the cells with the audio guide explaining the harrowing stories of those locked away. Definitely worth a visit and I wish it was more publicised so people wouldn’t miss out! One of my favourite museums by far.
Very interesting and definitely worth a flying visit if this is something you’re interested in. Has an English Audi guide. Only criticism is it only has one floor of physical artefacts and it relies heavily on presentation boards, this is why it drops a star for me.
We spent more time here than at any other museum. The museum and audioguide were free and well worth the visit. As expected, many of the exhibits are in Italian so if you don't speak the language, I recommend doing the audioguide.
If you are ever up near At Clememt's Basilica, and fancy something nearby that is very different then this is for you. This museum is free and covers the Nazi occupational of Rome and it's effect on the people of Rome at the time. The building is the former SS HQ and detention cells.