MACRO Testaccio is located in the same complex that was a slaughterhouse during the 19th century, in a neighbourhood that has begun, in recent years, to stand out for the richness and variety of its cultural and artistic events, mainly targeted to young people. In 2002, two buildings inside the Slaughterhouse complex were assigned to MACRO specifically to encourage and disseminate interest and appreciation for contemporary art. In 2003 it is realized the MACRO Future (today MACRO Testaccio): art exhibitions take place as a regular feature. MACRO Testaccio opens from 4.00 pm to 10.00 pm every day, except on Mondays. The district of Testaccio is an open air museum, crossing it is a trip that embraces all epochs, from the Emporium remains of Rome to the Fascist era construction. At present, Testaccio is the district of Roman "movida", historically gay friendly, full of restaurants, and the scene of film locations by directors like Pierpaolo Pasolini and Franz Ozpetek.
Is suitable for:
The price includes: