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★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Based on 811 Reviews

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Strongly recommended

I wish I would be able can give 10 points for this tour, Nicely arranged and ground staff and our tour guide were great. Thank you guys

2019-01-16

★ ★ ★ ★ ☆ 4-Excellent
Very good knowledge

Our guide had all the information, very good knowledge, she was amazing very calm and organized. Despite the fact it was crowed, she managed it very well.

2019-07-13

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Skip the line Colosseum

Booked this last minute the night before. Followed the clear instructions where to meet the guide. Very straight forward and very helpful and pleasant guides, would definitely use again.

2019-07-13

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Tour guide was Excellent!

It was a long day as we had done the Vatican tour in the morning. But the tour guide kept our interest up.

2019-01-10

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Excellent guide

Excellent guide, very knowledgeable and engaging. She is clearly very passionate about what she does, making the tour even more enjoyable

2019-05-23

★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 5-Excellent
Great tour well organized and interesting.

Serena was a great and warm guide with great insights about the history and the different aspects of the Coliseum. The organisation was efficient and it was really easy to find the group and follow our guide during the visit. Thank you!

2019-05-14


Museums In Rome

Rome doesn't only get bragging rights for its incredible history, magnificent ruins, and exquisite cuisine. It is also equally known for its infinite amount of museums. The city is one big museum in itself. When you walk around its streets and piazzas, you can enjoy a taste of the rich history of Rome. As much as there is plenty to see outside, there is so much more on the inside. 


From contemporary art to ancient archaeological finds, discover the Roman culture and history when you visit art galleries and museums in Rome


Are you looking for more? Your entry to multiple natural, historical, and Rome art museums is made easy with the Rome Pass Card. Including over 45 monuments, museums, and archaeological sites, the Rome card provides free and discounted entry to many of the city’s best attractions.


In addition to the Colosseum, the Forum and Palatine Hill, some must-see sites included in the Roma pass are Borghese Gallery, National Museum of Rome, and the Capitoline Museums. Gain fast access and move directly to the security control of the best museums of roman civilization! 

Museums To Visit In Rome: Highlights

Famous Rome Museum: Vatican

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Rome Museums Tickets Tips

Museums In Rome: Prepare Your Visit

Quick Facts

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Rome

Known For

Ancient & Modern History

Attraction Type

Rome Museums Visit

Yearly Visitors

10 million + (City)

High Season

May - September

Time Zone

GMT +2:00

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Museums To Visit In Rome: Highlights

  • Discover contemporary works of art by Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, and Antonio Canova in the National Gallery of Modern Art.
  • Uncover Rome’s past in the Crypta Balbi. Visit the archaeological site and understand how the city has changed since imperial times. 
  • Visit the oldest museum in the world, the Capitoline Museum Rome showcases. Opened to the public in 1734, the museum houses famous sculptures such as Lupa Capitolina, Spinario, and Bernini's Bust of Medusa.
  • Admire some of Bernini’s most celebrated masterpieces in the Borghese Gallery.
  • Get lost in the MAXXI Museum. All pathways lead to gallery rooms or dead ends, forming an intricate puzzle landscape.
  • Crouch down and look high above to the ceiling painting of Allegory of Divine Providence and Barberini Power in Palazzo Barberini’s grand salon. 


Famous Rome Museum: Vatican

Although, technically not in Rome, it would be a crime not to mention the sprawling, 1,400 rooms stretching across 7 kilometers that make up the Vatican museums and Sistine Chapel. 

  • Stroll down the famous double helix-shaped Spiral Staircase. 
  • Allow Michelangelo’s painting in the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel to mesmerize you. 
  • Admire Saint Peter's Basilica from the Vatican Gardens. 

Book Vatican Museum tickets to gain knowledge of the Roman Catholic Church and its immense sculpture and art collection.  


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Whether you choose to visit a modern or a Rome history museum, there is always something beautiful to see. Get ready to capture the moment with these signature shots: 

  • Snap a panorama of Rome from the top of Castel Sant'Angelo. On the 7th floor of the castle, you’ll find the Terrace of the Angel which features the best view of the city.
  • Snap those detailed pictures of the baroque and renaissance art in the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj. 
  • Photograph the ancient sculptures in Michelangelo's Cloister of the Diocletian’s Baths. There are about 400 stunning sculptural objects, including colossal animal heads around the garden. 

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Rome Museums Tickets Tips

  • Entrance to Palazzo Massimo Rome, Crypta Balbi, Baths of Diocletian, and Palazzo Altemps is included in your National Museum of Rome ticket.
  • Book your Galleria Borghese Rome tickets in advance! The museum is considered to be one of the best in the world. 
  • Explore the Vatican at night - Every Friday from May to October the Vatican museums and Sistine Chapel will be open to visitors from 7 pm to 11 pm. Entrance is only guaranteed when you reserve your Vatican museum tickets online.
  • Save money! Buy your Rome Pass card and enjoy discounts and special offers on museum tickets.  

Museums In Rome: Prepare Your Visit

  • Plan your itinerary - If you want to see all the best paintings and sculptures, make sure you arrange your trip and reserve tickets to all your favorite museums before tickets sell out.
  • Note museum closures - Make sure to research the museums’ closing days. Galleria Borghese and Palazzo Barberini close on Mondays, and the Vatican Museums on Sundays.
  • Find cheap eats - Walking around all day, will surely make you very hungry. Finding affordable eats in Rome isn’t easy, but it is possible! 
  • Dress Appropriately - Although most museums do not have an official dress code, it is advisable to cover up your shoulders and wear something that covers your knees. Please note, in churches, this dress code is strictly compulsory. 

FAQ

Are museums free in Rome?

To enter the art galleries and museums of Rome, you must pay an entry fee. There are some days throughout the year where you can visit the museums in Rome Italy for free, but be aware, lines are long to enter. Avoid the queue and book your Rome museum and Vatican museum tickets online.

How many museums are in Rome?

The list of Rome museums seems endless; so how many are there really? There are over 45 museums, including galleries and archeological sites. In Rome, you will find not only the most beautiful museums but also the oldest ones in Europe!


With plenty to see, buying a Rome tourist pass is the best option to experience it all. The Roma Card grants you fast track access to all the best museums in Rome and the possibility of a guided private tour or a self guided tour.

Is there a Rome museum pass?

Yes! A Rome Pass grants you access to museums and monuments without the need to buy every single ticket individually. Skip the line to the best museums of Rome. Acquire discounts on activities and transport services. Choose a 48 hour or 3 days card to help you explore throughout your whole trip. All with the Roma card!

Which museums does the Roma Pass include?

The Rome Museums Pass covers almost every attraction in the city, such as these top 10 Rome museums: 

  • Borghese Gallery
  • Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill
  • Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna
  • National Museum of Rome
  • Vatican Museum
  • Capitoline Museums
  • Palazzo Venezia
  • National Etruscan Museum
  • Villa Farnesina
  • Museo di Roma

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