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Vatican Museums

Discover over 70,000 works of art at the famous Vatican Museums by virtuosos such as Raphael, da Vinci, Michelangelo and Bernini. Peruse our collection of Vatican tickets to enjoy skip-the-line entry, guided tours, or combo offers.

Borghese Gallery

The Borghese Gallery is your one-stop destination for a deep dive into the crème de la crème of art, sculptures and antiques, by Renaissance artists such as Raphael, Caravaggio, and Bernini. With Borghese Gallery tickets, enjoy priority entry, detailed guided tours, and combo experiences.

Roman Catacombs Tour

Explore the Roman catacombs, early Christian underground burial sites in Rome. Our tours guide you through historic churches, tunnels and chambers adorned with early Christian art and inscriptions, and the resting places of martyrs and saints.

Palazzo Barberini

Visit Rome's Palazzo Barberini, home to Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica. Choose skip-the-line tickets or combo offers for a comprehensive art experience.

Musei Capitolini

Explore Rome's Capitoline Museums with a view of the Roman Forum. Choose skip-the-line access or combo tickets for a comprehensive Roman experience.

Leonardo da Vinci Museum

Immerse yourself in a world of innovation and imagination as you explore over 65 full-scale models meticulously crafted from da Vinci's own codes. Browse through our selection Leonardo Da Vinci Museum tickets to enjoy skip-the-line entry, audio-guided tours, and combo tours.

Palazzo Merulana

Step into Rome's artistic heart at Palazzo Merulana, an elegant palace turned contemporary art space. Explore a dynamic collection of modern Italian art and cultural exhibitions. Embrace the city's vibrant creative scene within this beautifully restored historical gem.

Rome: Ostia Antica

Visit Ostia Antica from Rome. Explore preserved ruins of theaters, baths, and temples from the Roman Empire.

Mamertine Prison

Visit Rome's Mamertine Prison. Dive into its history, from the imprisonment of state enemies to Apostles Peter and Paul. Discover the city's eerie past.

Galleria Corsini

Galleria Corsini is set in a stunning late-baroque palace in Rome, built for the Corsini family in the 18th-century; brought to life from a 15th-century villa of the Riario family.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the top 3 museums in Rome?
Which is the most-visited museum in Rome?

The Vatican Museums are the most-visited museum in Rome, with over 7 million visitors annually.

Are there any art museums in Rome?
  1. Borghese Gallery
  2. National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art
  3. Leonardo da Vinci Museum
Are there any science museums in Rome?
  1. Mostra di Leonardo Da Vinci
  2. Guido Reni Mostre
  3. Museo Galileo
  4. National Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions
  5. Museo Di Storia Della Medicina
Are there any unique museums in Rome?
  1. Museum of the Roman Republic "Giuseppe Garibaldi"
  2. Museo Nazionale del Palazzo di Venezia (National Museum of Palazzo Venezia)
  3. Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome (MACRO)
  4. MAXXI - National Museum of 21st Century Arts
What are the top museums in Rome for kids?
  1. Explora - Il Museo dei Bambini di Roma
  2. Museo Mostra di Leonardo
  3. Zoological Museum of Rome
How much do museum tickets usually cost in Rome?

Museum tickets in Rome can start as low as €8 and go up to €100 depending on your ticket. For reference, Vatican museum tickets start at €28.50.

Are there any discounts on Rome museum tickets for kids?

Yes, some museums in Rome may offer discounts on museum tickets for kids. Most museums also offer reduced-price tickets for children under a certain age. Do check your tickets for the most accurate information.

Are there any free museums in Rome?
  1. Museum of the Roman Republic "Giuseppe Garibaldi"
  2. Museum of the Ara Pacis
  3. Museum of Rome in Trastevere
  4. Museum of Rome in Palazzo Braschi
  5. Carlo Bilotti Museum
Is there an age limit for entering museums in Rome?

There is typically no specific age limit for entering museums in Rome. However, some museums may have age restrictions for certain exhibits or areas that are not suitable for young children due to their content or nature.

What are the special provisions for specially-abled folks at Roman Museums?
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Audio guides and tactile exhibits
  • Sign language interpreters
  • Braille and large print materials
  • Assistance animals
Is there a dress code for museums in Rome?

There is generally no strict dress code for museums in Rome. However, it's recommended to dress modestly and respectfully when visiting museums or other cultural sites in Italy.

Do museums in Rome involve a lot of walking?

Yes, many museums in Rome may involve a significant amount of walking. It's a good idea to wear comfortable shoes when visiting museums in Rome.

Are there any hidden gems or lesser-known museums in Rome that are worth visiting?
  1. Palazzo Altemps: Classical sculptures collection
  2. Crypta Balbi: Medieval and Renaissance Rome
  3. Centrale Montemartini: Ancient Art and Industry mix
  4. Museum of Roman Civilization: Roman Empire History and Art
  5. National Etruscan Museum: Etruscan Art and Culture
What are some must-see artifacts or exhibits in the museums of Rome?
  1. Vatican Museums: Sistine Chapel frescoes
  2. Capitoline Museums: She-wolf sculpture, Ancient Rome
  3. Borghese Gallery: Bernini sculptures, Renaissance art

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