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Capitoline Museums

Musei Capitolini, Piazza del Campidoglio, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy
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3 hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

15 people


English, Francais, German, Italian, Spanish


The Capitoline Museums, and in particular the Palazzo Dei Conservatori, are the oldest public collection in the world, with impressive collection of everything from ancient statues to Renaissance paintings.

 The origin of the first nucleus of the museums collection dates back to 15th century , when Pope Sixtus IV gave the famous Lateran bronzes to the city of Rome.  This gift  included the She wolf, the Spinario, the Camillus, the colossal head of Constantine with his hand and the Globe. Since then, the ancient sculptures have been collected on the Capitol, and thus the complex of the Capitoline Museum was born.

We will start our journey through this amazing place from Palazzo Nuovo, where you can admire many famous sculptures, including the Dying Galata, the Capitoline Venus, the two Centaurs and the Dancing Faun, but also reliefs, mosaics, bronzes from the Hellenistic to the Roman period and the wonderful busts of the rulers.

Through an underground passage we will  reach the Lapidarium Gallery and the Tabularium inside the Palazzo dei Conservatori and where a splendid terrace overlooks the ruins of the of the Roman Forum and Colosseum.

We will be able to admire the Egyptian, Etruscan and Christian collections and the famous bronzes: the Capitoline Wolf, the Spinario, the Capitoline Brutus. Among the richly decorated and frescoed rooms of the flat, one can admire the famous Sala degli Orazi e Curiazi.

We will proceed in direction of Pinacoteca , founded in 18th century by Pope Benedict XIV by  acquiring two of the most important Roman collections. Later enriched by donations, purchases, and bequests.

Inside this amazing place You can relax by exploring the works of  Caravaggio, Pietro da Cortona, Guercio, Tintoretto, Annabelle Carracci, Paolo Veronese, Titian, Rubens, Antonio Van Dyck, and many other artists.

Finally Your journey will lead You into the new Roman Garden where you can admire the equestrian statue of Marcus Aurelius  and the bronze fragments of the emperor Constantine in a large glass hall.

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  • Capitoline square
  • Colossal statue of Constantine I
  • The spinaio
  • Capitoline she-wolf
  • Statue of Marcus Aurelius
  • Medusa (Bernini)
  • Capitoline Hercules
  • Romulus and Remus
  • Good luck
  • Capitoline Venus
  • Dying Galata


Meeting point
Piazza Venezia, in front of the Vittoriano Monument
no large umbrellas
No trolley,
for suitcases chekroom is available

Limited number of wheelchairs accessible
Routes for blind & visually impaired visitors
Suitable for children
No access with animals


  • Entrance tickets
  • Guided tour
  • Tax
  • transportation
  • tips


3 hours

Tour's Location

Musei Capitolini, Piazza del Campidoglio, Rome, Metropolitan City of Rome, Italy


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