ADMISSION AND TICKET COUNTERS
At the ticket counter you will find information in Italian and English about
- fares ok tickets, videoguides and audioguides;
- information and MIC Card rates;
- categories of those admitted with reduced or free admission;
- access conditions;
- notification of any inefficiencies.
Although the historical character of the buildings prevents, in some cases, the total removal of architectural barriers, museums work to ensure access to their historical and artistic heritage by the widest possible public.
The wardrobe service is free of charge, included in the ticket price, and is self-managed.
For reasons of protection of the works of art, the staff may request that bulky bags, backpacks, umbrellas and other potentially harmful objects be left in the cloakroom.
Objects left in the self-service cloakroom must be collected before the museums close.
The use of a baby pram is admitted inside the museum.
Also available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russian.
INFORMATION VIA NFC
Detailed information about the main sculptures exhibited in the museum can be browsed on smartphones with NFC technology (Near Field Communication).
AUDIOGUIDE FOR CHILDREN
For children and families in Italian, English and French.
EDUCATIONAL AND GUIDED TOURS
A guided tour service is available in several languages, for a fee and by prior arrangement, with a choice of museum and/or exhibition route. For information and reservations: 060608 daily from 9.00 to 19.00
Room assistants give information about the museum's itineraries, services and events to visitors, also in English, and monitor compliance with rules of behaviour. At museum sites, constant and direct supervision and control of the collections is ensured, also during exhibitions, concerts, conferences and other cultural activities.
In order to provide the museum with guides in different languages and in several formats, the bookshop offers a wide range of books, from tourist guides of Rome to specific texts on Greek and Roman history, books on art, architecture, mythology, costume, as well as various objects related to the museum and a large selection of books and games for children. Museum guides and catalogues can be purchased online.
The bookshops also offer a selection of objects inspired by the Museums' collections.
In Piazzale Caffarelli, 4, with external access from the Campidoglio steps, is the Caffarelli Terrace which houses the Cafeteria. In addition to the bar and refreshment service, it is possible to organise receptions, meetings and conventions, which can be combined, on request, with the special opening of the Museums.
The Service Charter contains the basic principles, the description of the services provided by the Network, the list of the Museums with the main information (address, website, telephone, opening hours, ticket prices, services provided by the museum, access for disabled people), the role of the Managing Company and the index matrix for the validation of the standards.
REQUEST FOR PERMISSION TO DRAW IN THE MUSEUM
In order to draw inside the Museum, it is necessary to request authorisation from the management, using the appropriate form, filled in in all its parts.
The request, addressed to the attention of Director, must be received at least 48 hours in advance.
It can be delivered directly to the museum ticket office or sent
- by mail: Direzione Musei Capitolini - Via delle Tre Pile n. 1 - 00186 ROMA
- by e-mail: email@example.com
The concession is free of charge (Codice dei Beni Culturali articles 107 paragraph 1; 108 paragraphs 1 and 3; article 109 paragraph 1b), but does not exempt from the payment of the entrance fee, if due.
Authorisation to draw is restricted to the days and works explicitly requested, within the museum's opening hours.
The use of an easel, if necessary, must be specified in the request.
Drawing activities inside the museum must be carried out in accordance with the instructions of the caretaker so as not to obstruct other visitors.
Download the form
INSIDE THE MUSEUM IS FORBIDDEN:
- take photographs with a flash or tripod. In the case of exhibitions it is not possible to take photographs;
- use video cameras;
- carry bulky bags or backpacks;
- enter with umbrellas;
- bring in pets, except for small dogs in carriers;
- consume food and drink;