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  • National Geographic, 125 anni. La Grande Avventura
    National Geographic, 125 Years. The Great Adventure
    Roma - Exhibitions, from 25/03/14 to 13/07/14
  • Palazzo delle Esposizioni
    National Geographic, 125 Years. The Great Adventure
    Palazzo delle Esposizioni, from 25/03/14 to 13/07/14

National Geographic, 125 Years. The Great Adventure



Until July 13, 2014
"The Great Adventure" traces the stages of a long, fascinating, extraordinary, indeed unique, journey between adventure and legendary personalities; laboratory research and expeditions to the most remote parts of the planet; the cultures of great peoples and those of unknown tribes; the beauty of animal life and that of plants; a commitment to knowledge and to saving Mother Earth. Within the unmistakable yellow frame of the magazine, epic stories have been recounted: the legendary discovery of the lost city of Machu Picchu; Robert Peary’s adventurous expedition to the North Pole; Jane Goodall’s unforgettable encounters with chimpanzees, and Jacques Cousteau’s and James Cameron’s remarkable underwater feats.
The exhibition documents the landmark moments in the Society’s history with images captured by NG’s greatest photographers. From the first photos that appeared in the magazine to the present, through the evolution of communication and technologies which, thanks to the Internet and television, guarantee a following of hundreds of millions worldwide, including 30 million readers of the magazine and over one million on-line readers and surfers in Italy.
While communication has changed, the Society has not changed its goal and its mission: to explore the planet and to make people more aware of their responsibility toward it. The show will give everyone the possibility of becoming familiar with and understanding, firsthand, the extraordinary engagement and professionalism of the National Geographic Society, a community of photographers, journalists, office staff, technicians, researchers and writers, whose watchword is passion. Indeed, the Society’s 125 years and the Italian magazine’s 15 years make for a thrilling story that will even astonish the most distracted visitor!
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  • The Site reopens to visitors on April 27 for the DL 52 of April 22, 2021
    Online booking required for Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

from October 30, 2020 until July 18, 2021
curated by Sarah Cosulich and Stefano Collicelli Cagol

Discover the security and safe measures here 

Info and booking

individuals and groups: +39 06 39967500  

Monday to Friday 9.00 - 18.00
Saturday 9.00 - 14.00 

National Geographic, 125 Years. The Great Adventure



Ticket Office

Admission ticket
  • - Full € 7.50
  • - Reduced € 6
Other Reduced
    FULL € 7.50 
    REDUCED € 6.00 
    SCHOOL € 4.00 (min 10-max 25 from Tuesday to Friday, except public holidays) 

    ENTIRE € 9.50 
    REDUCED € 8.00
    SCHOOLS 4.00 (min 10 - max 25 Tuesday to Friday excluding holidays)

    FROM MARCH 11 TO APRIL 13, 2014ENTIRE € 7.50 
    REDUCED € 6.00
    SCHOOLS 4.00 (min 10 - max 25 Tuesday to Friday excluding holidays)

    FROM APRIL 15 TO JULY 13, 2014ENTIRE € 12.00 
    REDUCED € 9.50
    SCHOOLS 4.00 (min 10 - max 25 Tuesday to Friday excluding holidays)
    First Wednesday of the month: free entry for under 30

    Reduced price for:
    - young people under 26
    - senior citizens over 65
    - teachers
    - groups who book in advance (minimum 10  - maximum 25 people) from Tuesday to Friday
    - journalists with press card (professional, practitioner, freelance)
    - groups with special concessions
    - forces of law and order and the military on producing an ID  

    Free admission for:
    - children under 6
    - 1 person accompanying each booked group
    - 1 person accompanying every 10 students
    - disabled (free admission for the person accompanying them)
    - Regione Lazio tourist guides
    - Regione Lazio tourist escorts
    - interpreters accompanying the guides
    - ICOM and ICROM card holders 

Didactic Tours and other Services to buy
  • Guided Tours for schools* (max 25 people) € 80,00  - call center +39 06 399 67 200
    Guided tours for groups* (max 25 people)  € 100,00 - call center +39 06 399 67 450
    *The price of the ticket is not included