Visit the Musei Capitolini (Capitoline Museums) with a private guide on this tour of the world's oldest public museum complex. You'll have the chance to see sculptures, frescoes, and antiquities that date back to ancient Rome, plus admire a view of the Roman Forum.
Entry to the Capitoline Museums
Discover the museum's collection with a private guide who provides more insight than you would get on your own
Learn about Rome's long and fascinating history
Admire bronze sculptures, courtyards, and more sights
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Departure & Return
Piazza del Campidoglio, 00186 Roma RM, Italy
Returns to original departure point
What To Expect
It is the oldest public museum of all of Europe, created at the end of the XV century by Pope Sistus IV, the creator of the Sistine chapel. Here we will admire the incredible collection of Roman antiquities, with some exceptions like Bernini's Baroque statues, exposed in an incredible palace decorated with famous frescoes. A journey in the ancient times, to understand and indagate many aspects of the ancient Roman life.
The square is an interesting work of urban reorganization designed by Michelangelo. Stands out in the middle of the square, the copy of the Statue of Marcus Aurelius (the original is inside the Museum). The square that we will see in detail is an example of the Renaissance architecture.