Extraordinary evening opening of the Vatican Museums from April 17th to October 30th 2020. An extraordinary opportunity to visit the Museums after dark.
The cost of the admission ticket remains unchanged:
Free visit at night of the Museums and Sistine Chapel Full ticket: € 24.00 (agency fees included)
Reduced ticket: € 15.00 (agency fees included)
Free visit at night of the Museums and Sistine Chapel with MV audio guide Full ticket + MV audio guide: € 31.00 (agency fees included)
Reduced ticket + MV audio guide: € 22.00 (agency fees included)
Reduced ticket + FT children's audio guide: € 20.00 (agency fees included)
Free visit at night of the Museums and Sistine Chapel with Happy Hour to the MV Full price ticket + Happy Hour: € 42.00 (agency fees included)
Reduced ticket + Happy Hour: € 33.00 (agency fees included)
Guided Tours at night of the Museums and Sistine Chapel with Happy Hour to the MV Full ticket + Guided Tour + Happy Hour: € 58.00 (agency fees included)
Reduced ticket + Guided Tour + Happy Hour: € 48.00 (agency fees included)
Guided tour by night at the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel in a pre-established group
Full ticket: € 37.00 (agency fees included)
Reduced ticket: € 28.00 (agency fees included)
Reservations required online
Duration: 2 hours
Available languages: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish.
To purchase online you need: an identification document, a credit card and the names of all participants.
The reduced admission ticket to the Vatican Museums is for:
- Children aged between 6 and 18 years
- Individual priests, men and women religious, seminarians and novices (upon presentation of the appropriate documentation)
- Employees - in service and / or retired - of all the Offices, Departments and Bodies of the Holy See or the Vatican City State (upon presentation of the identification document)
- The reduction can be extended to only one companion.
For information and reservations: Cooperativa soc SOGNO arl Viale Regina Margherita, 192 - 00198 ROME
Tel. 06 / 184.108.40.206 Fax 06 / 220.127.116.11
The sectors to be visited will be: the Pio Clementino Museum, the Egyptian Museum, the Superior Galleries (Candelabra, Tapestries and Geographical Maps), the Raphael Rooms, some rooms of the Borgia Apartment, the Modern Religious Art Collection, the Sistine Chapel.
Exit from the exhibition halls begins half an hour before closing time.
Every Friday from April 26th to October 25th 2019 it will be possible to visit the Vatican Museums from 7.00 pm to 11.00 pm (last admission at 9.30 pm) .
Renovated, anticipated and prolonged the Nighttime Openings of the Vatican Museums are promptly proposed to the public, also in 2018, to reveal the Vatican artistic treasures in the unusual twilight and evening setting.
Every Friday until October 25th, from 7.00 pm to 11.00 pm (last admission at 9.30 pm). And the news has not ended here! This year's edition will not include the usual August break, thus guaranteeing greater access to and visiting those who will be in Rome.
Happily experienced in recent years, and thanks to a great public success, Friday Night Openings are now a consolidated reality. From April to October, the Pope's Museums open the doors even at sunset to reveal themselves in a suggestive and unusual nocturnal atmosphere. Every year, to enrich the special visit experience, a rich concert review.
Entrance ticket and Happy Hour
Visitors will have the opportunity to taste a buffet aperitif in the magnificent setting of the Cortile della Pigna. At the end of the tasting it will be possible to start visiting the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel.
Period: April, May, June, July, August, September, October.
Timetable: from 7.00 pm to 11.00 pm (last entry at 9.30 pm).
Opening time of the concert (if scheduled): h. 20.30 (on the days indicated by dedicated calendar ) .
Admission booking and guided tours: mandatory online.
Museum areas that can be visited: Gregorian Egyptian Museum, Pio Clementino Museum, Gallery of Candelabra, Gallery of Tapestries, Gallery of Geographical Maps, Raphael Rooms, Borgia Apartment, Collection of Contemporary Art, Sistine Chapel , Galleries of the Vatican Apostolic Library.
Exceptionally open museum sectors: Sale of S. Pio V (collection of medieval and Renaissance ceramics; minute mosaics).