For fifty years the Anglican Centre has been privileged to be based in an apartment within the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj. Being based within a palace with over 500 rooms means that we can be difficult to find. The first step is to find the palace.
Come to the main entrance on the square, which is No 2. On most days, until 1800 in the evening the big doors will be open, revealing a small green gate (as in the picture to the right). After 1800, the doors will be closed. In either case you should be able to see our brass sign on the doors next to the intercom.
Ring 007 and then "bell" and someone should unlock the gate. Continue through the green gate and turn right. You should see the following staircase. Take it. (Unless you need to use the lift, in which case, there is a small door immediately to the right of the main staircase. Use the intercom there, pressing 007 and the bell sign again, and the door to the lift will be opened.)
When you reach the floor with the art gallery on it, instead of going into the gallery, turn left, go up the short flight of stairs, where you will see a glass door, with an intercom next to it. Press 007 and the bell sign and this door will be opened unto you.
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As in so many historic palaces in Rome, regrettably there is no wheelchair access.
The Anglican Centre in Rome is a UK
Charity with a world-wide mission.
Interim Director: The Very Revd Dr John Shepherd
Deputy Director: Revd Dr Justin Lewis-Anthony
The Anglican Centre in Rome,
Palazzo Doria Pamphilj,
Piazza del Collegio Romano 2,
00186 Roma, Italy.
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+39 06 678 0302
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