Special appointments to visit the museum from home and learn more about its history and heritage. These are virtual tours and video stories enriched by audio and image testimony to tell the story of the museum and its masterpieces.
The virtual tour of the Museo Napoleonico, accessible from all devices, offers a fascinating tour to discover the beauty of the heritage through a digital experience that goes beyond the space limits of almost the entire museum space. Thanks to special controls, it is possible to move virtually around the museum, read the explanatory panels of the rooms and works, zoom and rotate images 360°, browse through photo galleries and videos and enjoy other contextual content. The Don't miss section, which contains a practical visual list of selected works or rooms, is a useful tool for those who are not familiar with the museum and are visiting it for the first time: by clicking on a work represented (for example the painting "Elisa Bonaparte Baciocchi with her daughter Napoleona Elisa") the user is virtually transported to the room that houses it. The tour is also enhanced by intelligent maps that follow the visitor as he or she moves from one room to another, indicating rooms or works not yet displayed. Lastly, thanks to the latest generation of drones, it is possible to take flight and see rooms and works from above, enjoying an additional, unprecedented perspective on the visit.
ALBUM DI FAMIGLIA
Web series that describes the history of the Museo Napoleonico and the Bonaparte family, which has always been linked to Rome and is strongly rooted in the historical fabric of the city.
Il Museo Napoleonico e Giuseppe Primoli
The first episode is dedicated to the birth of the museum and the story of its founder Giuseppe Napoleone Primoli, animator of a lively Roman literary salon and skilled photographer of the city of Rome and the Umbertine gentry.
Imperatrice Joséphine nel dipinto di Robert Lefèvre
In the second episode, the Empress Joséphine in Robert Lefèvre's painting explains...
The third episode is entirely dedicated to the figure of Letizia Ramolino Bonaparte, Napoleon's mother.
Luciano Bonaparte, l'intellettuale
The "Album di famiglia" section continues to learn about the history of the Museo Napoleonico and the Bonaparte family. Fourth episode entitled: "Luciano Bonaparte, l'intellettuale".
VIS-A-VIS CON LE BONAPARTE. PROFILI DI DONNE DA RISCOPRIRE
Four female video stories capture, as narrative snapshots, the fascinating profiles of four Bonaparte women: Mathilde, Charlotte, Eugenia and Ortensia. Strong and fragile personalities, charismatic and controversial women, wives, mothers, daughters, artists, collectors, fascinating figures of the Napoleonic era between the First and Second Empires.