What To Expect
Wander around the Vatican Museums and discover the one of the world's finest and greatest art collections in a no frills tour. With a skip the line access, take advantage of easy entrance and marvel on Rome's impressive and magnificent works of art by some of the world's best and notable artists at your own pace.
A 7-km halls of exhibits ranging from bronzes, busts, mummies, and paintings, Vatican Museums have a spectacular collections of art mesmerizing each visitor. Aside from its art collections, Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel embody one of the most powerful nations in the world as a home of the Catholic Church and the Pope.
Gallery of the Maps and Gallery of the Tapestries: Exhibits walls painted with detailed 16th century maps of Italy by Ignazio Danti and tapestries designed by Raphael's pupils and woven by different workshops like Barberini and Pieter van Aelst.
Pinacoteca: Features the last painting of Raphael, The Transfiguration, expressing his spiritual testament and Deposition from the Cross, one of Caravaggio's greatest masterpieces.
Gregorian Egyptian Museum: Contains pieces taken from Egypt during the Roman times such as the Egyptian mummies, sarcophagi, and a part of asitting statue of Ramses II.
Gregorian Etruscan Museum: Collection of Greek vases, Roman antiquities, artifacts, made of bronze and gold, found in the Etruscan tombs.
Raphael's Rooms: Private apartments of Pope Julius II with four chambers painted in a chronological order: Room of the Segnatura, Room of Heliodorus, Room of the Fire in the Borgo, and the Room of Constantine.
Sistine Chapel: Home to the famous masterpieces of Michelangelo, the impressive ceiling frescoes Creation of Adam and The Last Judgement.
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Operating days may vary depending on religious holidays.
Dress appropriately. No low-cut, sleeveless clothing, mini skirts, shorts, and hats.
Bringing of stroller, bulky bags, or umbrellas is strictly forbidden.
*The opening times of St. Peter's Basilica are subject to change without notice, due to the Holy Jubilee of Mercy. The Basilica could be closed during morning until 13:00 (1:00 PM). Tour will be replaced with the visit of the Vatican Library.
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