If you are in Rome after the Christmas holidays, do not miss the “Christmas in the Museums” event: from December 26 to January 7, the municipal museums of Rome will be open with exhibitions, events, concerts and educational activities for children.

This is the list of some of the numerous museums participating in the event:

Capitoline Museums: shows The Treasure of Antiquity. Winckelmann and the Capitoline Museum in eighteenth-century Rome

Centrale Montemartini: Egyptian Etruscan exhibitions. From Eugene Berman to the Golden Scarab Freedom Manifesto

Macro: Dias & Riedweg exhibitions. Other time than here. Other place than now. | I am here! | Reaction Rome (II Edition) | Extended Blue. Mixed Media Installation until December 26th

Mercati di Traiano – Museo dei Fori Imperiali: Trajan exhibition. Building the Empire, creating Europe

Ara Pacis Museum: Hokusai exhibition. In the footsteps of the Master. Extraordinary evening openings from 19.30 to 23.30

Civic Museum of Zoology: exhibit Museum of Zoology … different by nature

Municipal Gallery of Modern Art: shows The essential truth of things. Francesco Trombadori

Pietro Canonica Museum at Villa Borghese: exhibition Realism and Poetry. The gaze of Pietro Canonica on the First World War

Museum of Rome – Palazzo Braschi: exhibition Artists at the Opera. The Teatro dell’Opera di Roma on the art frontier from Picasso to Kentridge1880-2017

Museum of Rome in Trastevere: ’77 exhibitions a story of forty years ago in the works of Tano D’Amico and Pablo Echaurren | Totò Genio

Rome Planetarium – ex Dogana: show OpenSpaces: Planetarium Reloaded! Until January 5th

Sunday, January 7, 2018, also, free entry for residents in Rome and the Metropolitan City for all the museums and exhibitions scheduled (except Hokusai, in the footsteps of the master).