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Borghese Gallery - question about reservations

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I've been following the level of tickets for the Borghese Gallery for June 17 over the past week until making our decision on what time to visit. Every day I checked, each time slot had between 200 and 300 tickets available so I was in no rush to buy them...until a few days ago when each time slot suddenly had none available. Even today, June 17 says 0 for each time slot, but the days before and after still have between 200 and 300 for each time slot.

Does anyone know anything about the museum being closed all of a sudden on this day?

Maybe it's a computer glitch, and I emailed them today asking about it, but I thought someone here might know something about this.

I know the website says that you must have a reservation, but do any ever become available last minute? We are only in Rome a couple of days, one being the 17th, another on Monday when the Borghese is closed, and the other being the day we arrive early afternoon. I'm nervous to book the day we arrive since last summer the guy letting us into our apartment rental was 1 1/2 hours late. If that would happen again (even though we are renting privately this time instead of with Sleepinitaly), we wouldn't make it.

Any ideas?

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