Chiostro del Bramante
Built in 1504 and attached to the church of Santa Maria della Pace in Rome’s Centro Storico, Chiostro del Bramante was one of architect Donato Bramante’s first projects in the Eternal City. This former 16th-century cloister is now an art venue and cultural center featuring an array of modern and ancient pieces ranging from iconic works by Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat to Julius Caesar artifacts. Under the second-floor porticos, there’s a café that provides espresso, free Wi-Fi, and American-style bacon and eggs. The gallery is closed on Mondays.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Monday - Closed