Colosseum, Palatine Museum and Roman Forum Admission Ticket

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This is a simple ticket to enter by yourself the Colosseum and all the areas around including the Palatine Museum and the Roman Forum, you can use it at your pace and take your time to learn more about its incredible history. The ticket is valid for two days from pick-up and allows one entrance to each site.

Highlights
  • Visit the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill at your own pace
  • Ticket is valid for two days from pick-up and allows one entrance to each site.
  • Book your entry slot to the Colosseum
  • Don't miss the fantastic view from the Palatine Hill

Great visit. Everything went smooth. Would recommend.

Peter

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Colosseum, Palatine Museum and Roman Forum Admission Ticket

Available: Daily
Pick-up: Not available
Inclusions: Skip the Line tickets to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill and Museum / English audio guide

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Schedule

Starting time: 08:30 - 18:30 (Show more)
  • 08:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 09:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 10:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 11:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 12:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 13:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 14:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 15:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 16:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 17:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • 18:30

    Check-in

  • Skip the Line to the Colosseum!

    Rome's Colosseum is the most famous monument in the world. With a height of 48 meters (157 feet), the colossal structure has fascinated humans throughout history. It is a symbol of the Roman Empire grandeur. The name 'Colosseum' is due to a statue (colosso) of Nero once situated next to the arena.

  • Proceed to the Roman Forum

    Roman Forum was the centre of political, commercial and judicial life in ancient Rome. 'Forum' is the name Romans gave to the central square. Masses would flock to see meetings of the orators, attend criminal trials and discuss internal politics, or quite simply to comment on the recent games.

  • Explore the Palatine Hill and Museum

    Located on the Palatine Hill, the museum is on top of what was once the palace of Domitian. The museum is entirely devoted to ceramics, frescoes, mosaics, inscriptions, sculptures and portrait heads actually found on the hill. The nine rooms offer a comprehensive insight into Roman history and art.

  • End

    Check-out

  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 08:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 08:30:00

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  • (For Check-Out) Colosseum Ticket Office

  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 09:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 09:30:00

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  • (For Check-Out) Colosseum Ticket Office

  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 10:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 10:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 11:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 11:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 12:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 12:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 13:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 13:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 14:30:00

  • (For Check-Out) Colosseum Ticket Office

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 14:30:00

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  • (For Check-Out) Colosseum Ticket Office

  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 15:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 15:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 16:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 16:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 17:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 17:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 18:30:00

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  • (For Check-In) Colosseum Ticket Office Time: 18:30:00

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  • (For Check-Out) Colosseum Ticket Office

Description

Enter the Colosseum at the time reserved for you and visit this fascinating colossal structure, that continues to attract more people to its history. Don't miss this opportunity to see, visit and learn.

We suggest that you visit in this order: Forum - Palatine Museum - Colosseum, as the entrance to the Forum is at Largo Romolo e Remo, and the two exits are near Chiesa San Giuseppe dei Falegnami (Campidoglio) and Arco di Tito.

Audio guide service is available on site for the three sites. Available in Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Russian, Chinese, Arabic with the duration of 1 hour and 10 minutes.

Operating Hours

  • 8:30 to 16:30 from January 2 to February 15

  • 8:30 to 17:00 from February 16 to March 15

  • 8:30 to 17:30 from March 16 to 28

  • 8:30 to 19:15 from last Sunday of March to August 31

  • 8:30 to 19:00 from September 1 to September 30

  • 8:30 to 18:30 from October 1 to last Saturday of October

  • 8:30 to 16:30 from last Sunday of October to December 31

  • 8:30 to 14:00 April 11

  • 13:30 to 19:15pm June 2

  • CLOSED: January 1, December 25

Ticket office closes one before closing time.

Available Departures

Tuesday to Friday, from 08:30 to 18:00: 08:30; 09:00; 09:30; 10:00; 10:30; 11:00; 11:30; 12:00; 12:30; 13:00; 13:30; 14:00; 14:30; 15:00; 15:30; 16:00; 16:30; 17:00; 17:30; 18:00

- *Due to very limited availability, your exact departure time will be assigned to you by the tour operator. This will be selected from the available departures within your selected time frame (E.g. From 08:30 to 12:00). Final schedule will be indicated on your voucher.

- Clients booking the "any departure assigned by tour operator" option will be booked on the timeslot appointed by our local supplier within your chosen date. This option does not give clients the ability to choose their time preference. Please avoid booking other tours that may overlap with the available departures on this day until you have received your confirmed time.

This product requires booking at least 2 business days in advance.

  • You must bring at least 2 valid identity documents (driver's license, passport, photo id cards - only originals are accepted).

  • Children under 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

  • Please make your reservation at least 24 hours before tour date. Bookings cannot be modified, cancelled and is non-refundable.

  • Service fees and eventual temporary exhibition fees are due for any kind of ticket and for free admission days.

  • The time you select on the order form is your preferred time. The museum will automatically confirm the closest available time, which can be any time during opening hours on the selected date, if your preferred time is no longer available.

  • Due to mandatory security controls by metal detector, waiting time in line at the exterior of the Colosseum to access the monument is about an hour and a half. The "skip-the-line" aspect of your booking applies to the line at the ticket desk, not the security controls.

  • Ticket is valid for two days from pick-up and allows one entrance to each site.

Includes

  • Skip the Line tickets to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill and Museum

  • English audio guide

Notes

Restriction(s)
  • Please note that VELTRA voucher will NOT grant you entry to the attraction. You will receive a second OFFICIAL & APPROVED voucher to enter the Colosseum. Our official partner will immediately email you a PDF file with an official entrance ticket from the email address 'help@web95.it'. You must print this ticket to gain entrance. VELTRA voucher is NOT exchangeable for the entry ticket. Please contact VELTRA customer support if you didn't receive your OFFICIAL voucher.

  • Once you receive the booking confirmation, it is not possible to change the activity date.

  • Due to a limited availability, your requested entry time may not be available. You will be booked on the first available time slot close to the selected slot at the time of booking. Please avoid booking other tours that may overlap with the available departures on this day until you have received your confirmed time.

Required Items to Bring & Attire
  • Backpacks, suitcases and large bags are not allowed.

  • A valid government-issued photo ID

Additional Note(s)
  • OPENING HOURS: 8:30am - 4:30pm from January 2 to February 15 8:30am - 5:00pm from February 16 to March 15 8:30am - 5:30pm from March 16 to 28 8:30am - 7:15pm from last Sunday of March to August 31 8:30am - 7:00pm from September 1 to September 30 8:30am - 6:30pm from October 1 to last Saturday of October 8:30am - 4:30pm from last Sunday of October to December 31 8:30am - 2:00pm April 11 1:30pm - 7:15pm June 2

Frequently Asked Questions

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Reviews

Great visit. Everything went smooth. Would recommend.

Peter

I was in Rome with a friend and we hadn't booked any tours beforehand. We googled different websites for tickets to the Colos...seum and Roman Forum and found Veltra had the best deal. They confirmed our booking the next day. We showed the reservations desk at the colosseum our confirmation and got our tickets right away, in 15 minutes we were inside without any problems! It was great! Would definetly book again! more

Megan

First of all, I recommend whoever is reading this to consider not going too late like us to Colosseum. We are booked at 17:30 but ...its a bit too late to see both the Colosseum and Palatine Hill. They all close at 6pm. So we went out of time to see everything.
Colosseum is a must see in Rome for sure. It is very nice
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Singleeyed

As with other trips in Rome, you report to a ticket office, hand over your reference and get your tickets! This tour you had to pr...int off your tickets prior to getting there (holiday- no printer!) However, there's a guy in a cafe above the metro that'll do it for you for 7.50 Euro!!
Once inside, the coliseum is fantastic but make sure you pay extra and go with a guide or you'll just be looking at a ruin without the knowledge of each 'stone' or walkway
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Chris

Not really fast track tickets, I could of queued up and got the tickets myself then still had to queue going through security. Ver...y misleading. Also why produce a voucher then have to queue at the box office to get tickets? Next time I would save time and money just get the tickets myself more

Ben Harris

Wonderful place to visit! I had the audio guide, but it's just not my thing. It wasn't easy to coordinate the sites with... the numbers. For example when the audio mentioned the cross in the colosseum , I just could not find it and someone pointed it out to me later in the tour. It took me longer to do the tour...
So I recommend a tour guide that points things out and you can actually ask questions to and interact with so you can get all the information delivered easily to you, without a struggle, because you are in the sun and it is very hot in August .
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Doris

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  • Any cancellations made after the booking confirmation date will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

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Once you receive the booking confirmation, it is not possible to change the activity date. Any changes the booking confirmation date will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
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