Civic Museums, admission for individuals and groups

PAID MUSEUMS

At the entrance checkpoint, during the time of your visit, you have to show your ticket in digital form or your Print@Home ticket printed out, avoiding having to go to the ticket counter.

For the exhibition I Marmi Torlonia. Collezionare Capolavori exhibition, are required advanced sales .
MIC card holders and holders of free tickets can book at 060608.
Tickets (including free tickets) can also be purchased directly from the museums (in respect of the distance and anti-covid policy in use) up to the limits of the exhibition halls and time slots, by leaving your personal info (name, surname, email, phone), after reading the information notice at the ticket counters, as required by the current rules.

GROUPS
Groups, from a minimum of 5 to a maximum of 15 people + guide, can only be admitted by booking free of charge at 060608 with a advance booking of at least 5 tickets for the Capitoline Museums and 2 tickets for the other museums.
Remaining tickets can be paid for on the spot at the time of the visit.
Groups must be provided with their own radio guide or personal mobile radio amplifier, and must be spaced according to the different rooms.
The information about groups concerns only Museums and not exhibitions with separate tickets, where access arrangements may be different for each exhibition hall.

FREE MUSEUMS

Tickets can be collected directly at the museums (respecting the available space, distance and anti-covid policy in use) or booked free of charge through 060608 within half an hour from the time of the visit. Visitors who have not booked through 060608 have to leave their personal identification details (first name, last name, email, phone), after reading the information notice placed in the ticket counters, as required by current rules.

GROUPS
Groups must be composed by a minimum 5 and a maximum 15 people + the guide and can only be admitted by booking free of charge at 060608.
Groups must be provided with their own radio guide or mobile amplification system and must maintain a safe distance from the others, who may be divided into different rooms if necessary, in accordance with the capacities of the rooms.