The Museo Quirinale or Quirinale Museum is a tourist attraction in Rome. It is usually only open on Sundays, and it is one of Rome's top attractions for Italians, and Italians flock to see it! The Presidential palace houses quite a number of frescoes of artistic interest, and has a great hall measuring 190 feet with a very intimidating feel. The floors are made from semi-precious marble and the overall Museum is very opulent.
The museum hosts a range of exhibitions, so it is not possible to predict what sort of art will be on view if you visit Rome. Most Rome hotels will be able to enquire for you. It has previously hosted everything from modern art exhibitions to archeological collections. It has even hosted a Pop Art collection! The Scuderie del Quirinale museum is fully accessible to visitors with disabilities, and is located next to the Quirinal Palace. It shows temporary exhibitions and does not have a permanent collection.