Capitoline Museums

In the Ancient time, on the top of the Capitoline Hill there was the most important building in Rome: the temple dedicated to Jupiter Optimus Maximus.

Today in the same are, there is the Town Hall and the Capitoline Museums, probably the oldest collection in the world (created in the 1471 by the Pope Sistus IV).
Walking across galleries and frescoed rooms, you'll discover myths and histories of Rome, admiring famous and meaningful Ancient sculptures.

I'll show you fragments from a colossal marble of Constantine, the giant statue called "Marforio", the mysterious Lupa (she-wolf, now the symbol of Rome)
and the original bronze statue of Marcus Aurelius, one of the most loved Roman Emperors.

Meeting point: Piazza del Campidoglio 1, at the statue of Marcus Aurelius. Details will be provided at the moment of the booking. 

 the Capitoline Hill and the Museum

2.30 hours 


timing may change depending from your interest and pace

Something you should know..

- Tour is indoor. We'll do just a quick panoramic stroll outdoor at the beginning of the tour

- My tour is focused on the historical collection, but at the end of the tour you can stay longer, if you want to visit a temporary exhibition

-At the entrance we must check in bags, backpacks, pushchairs and umbrellas. the cloakroom is free.

Admission tickets

Admission ticket (only the museums, no exhibition) is 11.50€ a head