In compliance with the latest Italian Decree, the museums in Rome have begun to reopen from Monday, April 26th, 2021. However, to ensure distance, in many museums access is by reservation on both, weekdays and holidays. In some cases, reservations are still required, at least one day in advance, for Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Therefore, it is recommended to check the access, booking, days and times on the websites of the respective museums, as well as whether the Roma Pass service is active (see this section for details).
Along an extraordinary itinerary that will take you on a path through history, art and culture, the Roma Pass network including over 45 monuments, museums, archaeological sites and Experiences, represents an unicum among the cultural riches of Italy thanks to the wideness and prestige of the offer and the numerous initiatives housed in.
Check out the list of current exhibitions at the Museums of the circuit:
Free entrance with Roma Pass 72 Hours and Roma Pass 48 hours includes the exhibition held in the museum.
The variety depends on its collections - archaeological, modern, contemporary - as well as the museum typology. Roma Pass circuit actually includes: the Musei Capitolini, the oldest museum in the world open to the public; the Ara Pacis, a superb architectural work to have been built nowadays; the Centrale Montemartini, where classical statues are displayed among the old engines of the first public electricity plant in Rome.
The cultural heritage of the Roma pass network makes you explore world famous, unique sights: the Colosseo (mandatory reservation FAQ 7.1), the largest arena of the ancient world; the monumental complex of the picturesque Appia Antica; the Musei Capitolini, the most ancient public museum in the world; Castel S. Angelo, the fascinating Papal fortress (at Castel Sant’Angelo a reserved turnstile is available for Roma Pass holders to get direct access to the monument).