The National Gallery of Parma is part of the monumental complex of Pilotta. The museum displays, among others, works by Fra Angelico, Canaletto, Guercino, Leonardo da Vinci, Parmigianino, Tintoretto, Correggio, Sebastiano del Piombo. The birth of a real public museum institution, which occurred in the early nineteenth century by Marie Louise of Austria, Duchess of Parma and Piacenza from 1816 to 1847, coinciding with further expansion and a final settlement of the ducal collections, located in the historic rooms of the Academy. The visit to the gallery takes place in two distinct routes, beginning on Teatro Farnese, including works by Benedetto Antelami, Agnolo Gaddi, Cima da Conegliano, Francesco Francia, Dosso Dossi, Holbein, El Greek, Hannibal, Ludovico and Agostino Carracci, Schedoni, Nuvolone, GM Crespi, Tiepolo, Piazzetta, Pittoni, Bellotto and Sebastiano Ricci. The route of the tour continues in the nineteenth-century halls with an exhibition of works of the Academy and vintage portraits Bourbon and Maria Luigia and closes in the rooms of the Rocchetta, where they hosted the works of the sixteenth century and in particular the Parma School Correggio and Parmigianino in Parma protagonists of the Renaissance period.