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Full entry: €22,00

Reduced fare: €2,00 for visitors aged 18-25

Reduced fare: €2,00

Booking fee: €2,00

Membership card holders See here

For free entry conditions, see here


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Valid for two consecutive days, it allows only one access to the Colosseum and one access to the archaeological area of the Roman Forum, Imperial Fora and Palatine, including ongoing exhibitions.

Purchasable online from one month before the date of the visit.
Purchasable at the ticket office in Piazza del Colosseo on the day of the visit.
It allows one entrance at a fixed time to the Colosseum, and one entrance to the Roman Forum-Palatine area, without a fixed time.

In the amphitheatre, visitors will have access to both tiers of the Colosseum, with the exhibition “The Colosseum tells its story” and the viewpoints. The ticket includes:

  • Colosseum Arena (with the ticket Full Experience Arena)
  • Underground (name of the ticket: Full Experience Underground and Arena)*
  • Colosseum Museum
  • Roman Forum
  • Roman Forum Museum
  • Temple of Romulus (temporarily closed)
  • Domus Tiberiana (exhibition rooms)
  • Santa Maria Antiqua
  • Curia Iulia (open every day until 9 March 2024. From 9 March open every Saturday, Sunday and Monday)
  • Palatine Hill
  • Palatine Museum
  • Aula Isiaca and Loggia Mattei
  • House of Augustus (closed on Monday)
  • Imperial Fora



based on the availability with the ticket Full Experience Underground and Arena


    Do I need to print out the ticket I bought online?
    It is not necessary, just show the receipt on your smartphone.

    Which sites cannot be visited?
    House of Livia and Domus Transitoria. On the website and on social networks there will be timely information about the reopening of these sites.

    How many people can be in a group?
    50 people, including guide. From 10 people the guide must use the whisper.

    Is it possible to buy a combined ticket for a group?
    It is not possible, only single tickets can be purchased.
    For groups, we recommend booking single tickets all at the same time.

    How do I book a free ticket?
    Free tickets cannot be booked but can be collected at the ticket offices. Only Full Experience tickets must be booked.
    See the page dedicated to free tickets here

    Is it possible to enter with a small dog?
    Yes, it is possible to enter the open areas of the Roman Forum and the Palatine Hill with small dogs (weighing between 5 kg and 10 kg).
    The Colosseum, the Domus Aurea and all closed areas are excluded.
    Dogs will have to be carried in special carriers belonging to the visitors themselves. Dog prams will not be allowed.
    Admission for dogs is free of charge.
    After passing the security checks, dogs must remain in their carriers for the duration of the visit.
    In the case of a dog for use in pet-therapy or as a companion in the event of disability, appropriate documentation must be presented.

    Is there free admission every first Sunday of the month?
    Yes. The Colosseum Archaeological Park adheres to the initiative with the following visit options:
    – Ticket Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine to visit in one single tour the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine
    – Forum Pass ticket to visit the Imperial Forum, the Roman Forum and the Palatine in a single tour
    Tickets can be collected, in order of arrival, at the ticket office in Piazza del Colosseo, located near the Temple of Venus and Rome.
    During the free Sundays also the Membership Card and Roma Pass holders can collect their free tickets at the ticket office, in order of arrival.

    Can I buy my ticket at the ticket office?
    Yes, find the ticket office here 

    Is it possible to enter the Colosseum at a different time from the one booked?
    It is not possible.

    How long can I stay in the Colosseum?
    There are no time limitations for staying in the Colosseum.

    Is it possible to book guided tours?
    You can buy audio and video guides directly inside the Colosseum