If you want to learn about the Vatican Museums during your visit but don't enjoy guided tours, book this audio-guide experience for the best of both worlds. You'll receive skip-the-line access to bypass the long ticket queue at the museums, and go inside to see the renowned art collection that features works by Raphael and Michelangelo, who painted the Sistine Chapel ceiling. This tour allows you to relax and enjoy your visit at your own pace.
Explore the Vatican Museums with an audio guide for an informative but independent tour
Skip the ticket line at one of Rome's most popular attractions
Learn about the history and artwork from the audio guide
You decide how much time you want to stay at the Vatican
Skip the line access to the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chaptel
access to the Dome/Cupola
Departure & Return
Via Vespasiano, 41, 00192 Roma RM, Italy
Sistine Chapel, 00120, Vatican City
What To Expect
You will not have to queue for hours or be misguided at the museums. You can easily enter the museums and be guided by your audio guide. You will pass artworks by Raphael (I cartoni degli arazzi, La Trasfigurazione), Leonardo da Vinci (San Girolamo), Caravaggio (La deposizione di Cristo) or Giotto (Il tratico Stefaneschi). Take your time to enjoy the masterpieces and decide by your own if you would like to receive more information.
The Vatican Museums with the beautiful Sistine Chapel are located next to St. Peter's Basilica. The Vatican Museums house works of inestimable value: sculptures, sarcophagi and mummies from Egypt, artworks by Caravaggio, Giotto, Leonardo, Perugino, Raphael, or Titian. In the Raphael's stanzas one can admire frescoes painted by the artist between 1508 and 1524.
The Sistine Chapel, world famous for its extraordinary design and venue for the conclave, was built between 1475 and 1481. It is a masterpiece by artists like Botticelli or Ghirlandaio. Michelangelo's hand is probably the most famous part of the unique ceiling vault. It was also Michelangelo who performed the Last Judgment on the wall behind the altar