Free entry To The Capitoline Museums - Save €15.00
Free Entry* to the Capitoline Museums
Normal Ticket Price: €15.00
*free entry into 2 out of 6 top Roma Pass attractions
See the iconic Roman She Wolf at the Capitoline Museum; as well as original bronze statues donated by Pope Sixtus IV in the 15th century
The Capitoline Museums are a collection of art and archaeology museums situated on the top of Capitoline Hill. Founded in 1471 when Pope Sixtus IV donated important bronze statues and sculptures for the Roman people, these museums are set within 3 historic buildings and a beautiful piazza, designed by Michelangelo. Explore the museums to discover artefacts of Ancient Rome, marble sculptures and paintings.
Please note: Due to the Rome Conference, the Capitoline Museums will be closed from 24 March 19.00 - 25 March; reopening on 26 March
- Capitoline She-wolf
- Hall of Tapestries
Did you know:
- The original square was designed by Michelangelo in the 16th century but the plans weren’t constructed until after his death so he never got to see them realized
- The Capitoline Museums are the world’s oldest national museums
- The Capitoline Hill is the smallest hill in Rome and was used as the city stronghold, the Ancient Capitol, on account that the hills were so steep and which granted an unprecedented vantage point over the River Tiber
Things to see:
This iconic bronze statue represents the she wolf suckling Romulus and Remus, the legendary founders of Rome. The statue dates back centuries (arguably some say 5BC and some the Middle Ages) and was one of the original bronze statues donated by Sixtus IV. It’s a must-see when visiting the museum and it’s probably one of the most symbolic of all Rome’s artefacts!
A beautiful private place for cultural admiration this chapel was dedicated to the Patron Saints of Rome, Peter and Paul, and is decorated with stunning ceiling frescoes and a stuccoed vault, designed in the sixteenth century. A number of other religious paintings line the walls displaying the Virgin Mary and Four Evangelists can also be admired.
How to get there:
- Colosseo (Metro B)
*The Roma Pass allows you free entry to 2 out of 6 top attractions for free including the Coliseum, Palatine Hill & Roman Forum, Capitolini Museums, Borghese Gallery and National Museum of Castel St. Angelo
see the: full list of attractions included
A Must Have.
The Omnia pass is worth every single penny. It guarantees that you beat the queues at the Vatican and The Colloseum, which we couldn't believe when we actually arrived at the venues. Hundreds and hundreds of people queuing up and we bypassed them all. Hop on hop off bus service also got us to most of the major attractions, not only that but we had free use of public transport (buses & trains) which we took full advantage of. Very helpful staff at the collection points too. One extra bit of advise which we thought we would have benefited from is, when you collect your 3 day pass, the 3 days it is valid for doesn't begin until you actually use it for the first attraction/ journey, so you can pick it up on your first day without losing any time on your pass. Enjoy, you won't be disappointed.
Pauline Gelling-Hughes from UK
|Tuesday||09:00 - 20:00|
|Wednesday||09:00 - 20:00|
|Thursday||09:00 - 20:00|
|Friday||09:00 - 20:00|
|Saturday||09:00 - 20:00|
|Sunday||09:00 - 20:00|
Closed: Mondays, 25th December, 1st January, 1st May
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Piazza del Campidoglio , 1 - 00186 Rome