Rome: Empire Roman Museum with Hosted Entry
- See a treasure trove of items relating to the history of Rome itself
- Enjoy the central piazza that sits between the museum buildings
- View the historic sculpture of the "She-wolf of Rome"
- Receive a digital city map with more than 120 audio commentaries
In 1734, Pope Clementine XII decided to make a significant collection of artwork and ancient sculptures permanently accessible to the people of Rome. With this magnanimous act, he created the world's first museum, located on top of one of the Seven Hills of Rome. Overlooking the Ancient Roman Forum, it is simply a melting pot of history.
You can see the famous she-wolf sculpture featuring Rome's founders Romulus and Remus, and see a treasure chest of items telling the story of Rome, the ancient Caput Mundi.
- Hosted entry
- Admission ticket with reservation to the Capitolini Museum
- Digital city map
- Access to temporary exhibitions (based on availability)
- Guided tour
- Food and drinks
- Pickup from the hotel
Prepare for the activity
Meet at Touristation Colosseo and Foro Romano, next to Piazza Venezia. When facing the Vittorio Emanuele II monument, the office is on the right-hand side and there is a small fountain just in front.Open in Google Maps ⟶