Tuesday-Sunday: 9.00 am - 8.00 pm;
Closed: Monday, January 1, December 25, May 1;
Last admission 1 hour before closing time.
The Capitoline Café and the Caffarelli Terrace follow the same opening times as the museum, info and reservations: +39 06 69190564.
Please note that the Hall of the Philosophers, on the second floor of Palazzo Nuovo, is temporarily closed for restoration works.
Regular Fees (until 5 May 2013):
Adults: € 9,50
Concessions: € 7,50
Roman Citizens only (by showing a vaild ID):
- Adults: € 8,50;
- Concessions: € 6,50;
Centrale Montemartini + Musei Capitolini Combined Ticket (valid for 7 days / until 30 May 2013):
Adults: € 11,50;
Concessions: € 9,50;
Roman Citizens only (by showing a vaild ID):
- Adults: € 10,50;
- Concessions: € 8,50;
Please note: during cultural events and exhibitions, the price of tickets may vary. Some temporary exhibitions may have an added cost to the ticket, even for visitors entitled to gratuity. Always check, at the time of your visit, the fee of the museum on the official website. These fees include the Tourism Tax, where applicable.
Booking: +39 060608 (daily, from 9:00– 21:00).
Groups: (max 30visitors): A booking service (without guided tour) is available for groups, for an additional fee of € 25,00. The booking fee does not include the cost of the museum entrance tickets.
Guided tours are also available either for the museum and/or exhibition: admission tickets and booking fee are required
Schools (max 30 pupils/students): advance booking is required for the admission.
Guided tours are available (advance booking is required).
At the Capitoline Museums, during some exhibitions, students usually entitled to free admission must purchase a € 2,00 concessionary ticket.
Free admission is granted only to children under 6 years old, elementary and junior high schools, EU visitors with disabilities and a family member or a carer employed in social and health care services
Booking for individual visitors is available only when purchasing online tickets. If you book in advance you can skip the line by going directly to the ticket window.
Online tickets: www.omniticket.it.
Additional booking fee: € 1,00.
- Braille guide books
Guide books, edited by the Directorate of the Capitoline Museums in collaboration with the Associazione Museum, itineraries for blind and visually impaired visitors, with texts, maps and drawings legibly printed with transparent Braille overlays:
- “Palazzo Nuovo. I capolavori di scultura antica”
Edited by Marina Mattei, Ivelise Schiavoncini, Giuseppina Simili, Maria Poscolieri
Silvio Zamorani editore, Torino 2004 (funded by “Amici dei Musei di Roma”)
- “Palazzo dei Conservatori. L'Appartamento”
Edited by Maria Dell’Era, Giuseppina Simili, Maria Poscolieri
Silvio Zamorani editore, Torino 2005 (with financial support of the Culture department of the Region of Lazio)
- “Galleria Lapidaria. Messaggi dalla pietra”
Edited by Daniela Velestino, Giuseppina Simili, Maria Poscolieri
Silvio Zamorani editore, Torino 2007
Books are available free for use to all visitors, on request at tel. +39 0667102071.
- Educational activities
Specialized tours (including touch and described tours for the visually impaired) are available during major exhibitions.
In Italian, English, French, German, Spanish: € 5.00.
- Radioguide® whisper
€ 1,50 per person. Service provided by Zètema Progetto Cultura
Free cloakroom facilities for bags, backpacks, pushchairs and umbrellas.
The Capitoline Bookshop is located in the Palazzo dei Conservatori.
The general public can visit it directly from Piazza del Campidoglio. It is not only an important reference point for visitors to the Museums but also for tourists who climb the Capitoline Hill and in general for all those who frequent art bookshops. The titles in stock are mainly art publications and have an educational and scientific purpose; they also include multi-media works.
- Capitoline Café
The Capitoline Café is situated inside Palazzo Caffarelli behind Palazzo dei Conservatori; entrance can be gained both from Piazzale Caffarelli and from inside the Museum itself.
In addition to a comfortable inner lounge, the Café also offers visitors the chance to look out over the rooftops of Rome and to discover the secrets of the Capital's domes from the splendid Caffarelli Terrace. Open from 9.00 am to 7.00 pm.
Info and booking: +39 06 69190564
Roma Pass: free of charge presenting a valid Roma Pass as one of the two free amissions included in the pass. A concessionary ticket is granted if used for the third museum onwards.
New Palace – It keeps the collections of ancient marble and bronze sculptures, including the busts of Roman philosophers and emperors and famous statues, such as the Dying Galatian, the Esquiline Venus, Marforius, and Marcus Aurelius, the group of statues of the temple of Apollo Sosianus (fifth century BC). The Greek and Etruscan vases from the Castellani collection and an epigraphic collection are also exhibited.
Palazzo dei Conservatori-Clementino – The apartments of the Palace of Conservatives – Clementine are decorated with important cycles of frescos (sixteenth-seventeenth century) relative to the ancient history of Rome. Important bronze sculptures of the ancient art (the Spinario, the Capitoline She-wolf, the Capitoline Brutus, and the Colossal head of Constantine) and baroque art (the statue of Urban the Eighth and the Head of Medusa by Bernini, the statue of Innocent the Tenth by Algardi). Important eighteenth century tapestries of Roman manufacture are exhibited in the Throne Room. Instead the picture-gallery exhibits fourteenth-eighteenth century paintings, such as the Good Luck and Saint John the Baptist by Caravaggio; the Baptism of Christ by Titian; the Finding of Romulus and Remus by Rubens; the Rape of the Sabine Women and the Triumph of Bacchus by Pietro DaCortona. There is also a remarkable collection of eighteenth- nineteenth century porcelains.
Palazzo Caffarelli – This space is dedicated to temporary exhibitions.
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Visits for groups on request to the museum and/or the exhibition
hours: on request
languages: English, Italian, French, German, Spanish
persons: max 30
duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes
price: € 90,00 + € 10,00 mandatory Radioguide® (in collaboration with Vox Tours)
Guided tours and workshops for school groups.
Audio guide: € 5,00
Radioguide: € 1,50
Audio guide: € 5,00
Info and booking (schools and groups):
Tel. +39 060608, 9.00 am - 9.00 pm, daily.