The Vatican Museum is among the most important museums in the world. It is an essential visit when you stay in Rome! The Popes have, over time, constituted exceptional collections. Each work acquired and exhibited bears witness to history and time.
The Vatican is a city-state located in the very heart of Rome. It is the seat of the Roman Catholic Church but also the residence of the Pope. It is also a place of pilgrimage for those who expect to see, to feel, the invisible. We can meet tourists from all nations.
During your visit you will discover emblematic artworks and architecture. Paintings by Chagall, Dali, sculptures by Rodin and works by Matisse are exhibited among many others.
The Vatican Museums contain ancient Roman sculptures such as the famous “Laocoon Group”, as well as Renaissance frescoes in Raphael’s rooms and the Sistine Chapel, known for its ceiling by Michelangelo.
You will be enchanted by so many wonders and treasures all gathered in a unique place.
This museum is unique in the world it is also one of the busiest.
You will visit the Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel with a priority entrance.
“Roma Cristiana” welcome at the ORP Office located near St. Peter’s Square. Booking and reserved entry to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel.
Every day, except Sundays and Vatican holidays (Calendar 2018)
The meeting point will be 15 minutes in advance in St. Peter’s Office, Piazza Pio XII, 9
Select the time slot you want to visit the Vatican Museum