Roma Capitale
Zètema Progetto Cultura
060608 - Discover and buy tourist services, cultural offers and shows in Rome
You are in: Home » Culture and leisure » Cultural heritage » Archaeological heritage » Catacombe di Santa Agnese
Typology: Catacombs


Address: Via Nomentana, 349
Zone: Quartiere Trieste (Roma nord)
Enter your starting address


Telephone: +39 06 86205456
Fax: +39 06 8610840
Email: catacombe@santagnese.net (per prenotazione gruppi)

Opening times

Closed: Christmas, Easter

Open (guided tour included)

from 9.00 to 12.00 (except on Sunday morning and religious holidays) and from 15.00 to 17.00

Last admission is 1/2 hour before closing time.

Group Booking is required, email at catacombe@santagnese.net


Full: €8.00
Reduced: €5.00

School groups, presenting a letter of introduction from their School;
Children from 7 to 15 years of age;
Soldiers and security forces in uniform or with identification card.

Free entrance:
Children up to the age of 6;
Professors, teachers and catechists accompanying students groups – one per 15 students allowed;
The disabled, with a carer;
Guides and drivers of groups paying full-price tickets . Tickets can not be transferred to others member of the group.


The monumental complex comprises the Basilica of Sant'Agnese fuori le Mura and the Mausoleo di Santa Costanza, the mausoleum built around 350 and meant to receive the bodies of Costantia and her sister Helen, daughters of Constantine. Under the basilica and in the area around it, are the galleries of a vast catacomb, discovered by chance in 1865 and certainly previous to the burial of the Saint, as proven by numerous inscriptions found here. The three-storey cemetery, without frescoes, si divided into four areas. The oldest one is on the left hand side of the basilica and has a niche closed by a huge slab, as in jewish tombs. The fourth area is under the atrium of the constantine church.


» Multilingual guided visits
» Point of Sale for Souvenirs, Books and Postcards

See also

Culture and leisure › Historic places of worship › Catholic Churches
Culture and leisure › Cultural heritage › Archaeological heritage
Last checked: 2018-05-15 11:17