Behind every great project there is a philosophy, a vision, a goal. That of the Barber Museum, built in the heart of central Rome, is to create a meeting place for lovers of the genre.
A reference point for Italians and foreign tourists, a sacred temple for young barbers eager to discover the origins and traditions of this ancient trade.
With great pleasure we have seen, since the day of the inauguration, that in front of relics and anecdotes some visitors remain stupid, amazed and excited.
We saw grandparents illustrating stories to grandchildren, seniors reliving old memories by watching museum pieces and kids spending whole
afternoons reading the stories hidden behind each piece.