The Giorgio de Chirico House Museum (Casa Museo di Giorgio de Chirico) is a house museum in the 16th century Palazzetto del Borgognoni at Piazza di Spagna 31 in Rome. The house was acquired by Giorgio de Chirico in 1948. It was left to the state by his widow and opened as a museum in 1998. Only open by appointment, it is closed on Mondays and Sundays. The nearest Metro stop is Spagna.
It houses several works belonging to the Giorgio e Isa De Chirico Foundation, including:
Museums and art galleries in Rome
|Walls and gates|
|Castles and palaces|
and public spaces
of Rome Capital
|Events and traditions|