The H.C. Andersen Museum-House, a hidden gem in the heart of Rome
Powered by Fabrizia Puca, arthistorian, journalist and museum didactics specialist, Micaela Carbonara, archaeologist and expert children tour guide and Sabina Carbonara, art and architecture historian
Stepping out of the Piazza del Popolo - one of the city’s most popular squares, with its twin churches and the busy Via del Corso constantly swarming with people - few people notice this elegant and quiet cottage. This is where the Danish painter and sculptor Hendrik Christian Andersen spent the rest of his life after he moved to Rome, and where his works are still conserved today. One of our guides will lead you to discover the artist’s life. A testament to the cosmopolitan nature of Rome, which for centuries has given shelter to artists and intellectuals from all over the world.
- Up to 4 people
- The tour will last 2 hours
- The price quoted above includes admission fees for tours operated in ticketed venues
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