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Typology: Archaeological Museums, State Museum


Address: Via Lucrezia Romana, 62
Zone: Casal Morena (Roma sud)


Opening times

Open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays with last entry 30 minutes before closing time.
Closed on 25th December and 1st January.
From 1st October to 31st October from 9 to 18.30
From 1st November to 28th/29th February from 9 to 16.30
From 1st March to 31st March from 9 to 18.30
From 1 April to 30 September from 9 to 19.15

For theupdates and guidelines please check the official website.


Ticket Appia Antica Archaeological Park
€ 8,00 full price valid for three consecutive days at all sites of the Appia Antica Archaeological Park.

The ticket allows entry to every single site in the Park from the date of first use: Mausoleum of Cecilia Metella, Villa dei Quintili-Santa Maria Nova, Antiquarium of Lucrezia Romana, Capo di Bove Complex, Tombs of the Via Latina (by reservation only by writing to:pa-appia.tombelatine@cultura.gov.it.), Villa of Sette Bassi

€ 2.00 reduced daily admission reserved for 18-25 year olds.
Free for under 18s, ICOM members and all other concessions (www.beniculturali.it/agevolazioni).
Free of charge without advance sale for the disabled, their accompanying person and authorised tourist guides.
€ 4,00 reduced ticket reserved to ROME PASS holders
The ticket is valid for three consecutive days from the date of first use and allows entry to every single site in the Park.
> Buy online the Appia Antica Archaeological Park ticket

My Appian Way Card
€ 15,00 Combined ticket with all the sites of the Appia Antica Archaeological Park, nominative and valid 1 calendar year from the date of purchase (unlimited admissions).
> Buy online + € 2.00 pre-sale online La Mia Appia Card

From 3 April 2022 free entry on the first Sunday of every month.

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Roma Pass
What the agreement provides:

Free or reduced admission every day at the ticket office or by pre-purchasing online on the the website Coopculture.


A museum in the Roman city limits that tells the story of the Appio Tuscolano area from prehistoric and protohistoric times to the Middle Ages.

The Antiquarium di Lucrezia Romana, with its 500 square metres of exhibition space, is made up of five rooms distributed between two buildings housing the finds from the archaeological investigations carried out in a large area of the south-eastern suburbs of Rome over the last 25 years.

The materials found during the excavations document the history of the area from Quadraro to Grotteferrata, including Osteria del Curato, Tor Vergata, Morena, Romanina, Centroni, Cinecittà, Anagnina and Appio-Tuscolano.

The exhibits include mainly grave goods: gold jewellery, small jewels and earrings, vases and oil lamps, as well as objects of daily life for women (make-up containers, tweezers, spatulas) and children. Among these, a baby bottle from prehistoric times is particularly moving.

There are also precious mosaics, coins, frescos and glass, as well as fragments of the valuable decorations from the villas and tombs that dotted the area in imperial times. These include an elegant architectural terracotta from the Augustan period, a portrait head in the Hellenistic style and three terracotta faces of gods.

Among the marbles are a Dionysian herm, an alabaster basin and a splendid statue of Hermaphrodite.

The museum is dedicated to the Calabrian-born archaeologist Giuseppe Vitale, who died prematurely in 2004 at the age of 37.

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Last checked: 2022-07-21 14:35