Palazzo delle Esposizioni

Via Nazionale, 194

Palazzo delle Esposizioni

It is the largest interdisciplinary exhibition space in the heart of the capital with three floors and over 10,000 metres dedicated to cultural events. In fact, it has a cinema, auditorium, forum and library with high technological standard equipment.

Today, visitors can find art exhibitions as well as film reviews, theatre as well as photography, music as well as book and event presentations up until scientific exhibitions.

The architecture of Palazzo delle Esposizioni was designed by Pio Piacentini in the neoclassical style. The building was inaugurated in 1883.

Its facade underwent come changes during the fascist era and was adapted to the current style.

Restoration works were done from 1981-1989 designed by Costantino Dardi and that of 2003-2007 (done by the ABDR studio) that restored the original volume of the glass “Serra“.