October is here, autumn has arrived, and even though the days are still mild and sunny, every now and again a rain storm might strike. So... what should you do in Rome if it's raining?
October is here, autumn has arrived, and even though the days are still mild and sunny, every now and again a rain storm might strike.
So... what should you do in Rome if it's raining?
Here are a few indoor exhibitions and events in Rome in the autumn and winter months.
At the Vittoriano, a major Andy Warhol exhibition is opening in early October. Warhol is famed for his Pop Art portraits of celebrities as well as icons of American culture, such as his Campbell's soup cans.
When: October, 3 2018 - February, 3 2019
While you're at the Vittoriano, in the Brasini Wing, you can catch sight of the masterpieces of another innovative American artist, Jackson Pollock, famed for having innovated action painting.
When: October, 10 2018 - February, 24 2019
Children and adults in touch with their inner child can't miss the exhibition in Rome at the Palazzo delle Esposizioni about the masterpieces of Pixar (Toy Story, Coco, Monsters & Co., Searching Nemo, Cars, Inside Out), making animated blockbusters for 30 years. Over 400 works, including drawings, sculptures, sketches, collages, and storyboards are shown plus there are daily screenings of movies to see (or see again) together.
When: October, 9 2018 - Genuary, 20 2019
La Dolce Vita
An exhibition at the Ara Pacis Museum is celebrating Marcello Mastroianni, one of the most famous actors in the history of Italian cinema. Who could ever forget him in Dolce Vita jumping into the Trevi Fountain with Anita Ekberg?
When: October, 12 2018 - January, 6 2019