Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel Fast-Track Ticket
DURATION: 2 hours – 1 day
DEPARTURE TIME: Every 30 min from 10.30am – 3pm
FREQUENCY: Monday – Saturday
MEETING POINT: Vatican Museum entrance – Viale Vaticano, 100
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Take a stirring journey through art and religious history with skip-the-line entry to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel. Enter through the fastest entrance available and then enjoy your visit at your own pace.
Tiptoe through the Greek Cross Gallery to see elaborately-carved sarcophagi that might just contain the earthly remains of some of antiquity's famous kings and queens! Peek at the Cabinet of the Masks, or tour the Sala degli Animali to see a virtual menagerie of fantastic beasts, real and imagined. Walk the Upper Galleries, including the Gallery of Maps, to see how cartographers depicted the world through the ages. See masterpieces by Renaissance masters in the Raphael Rooms, and rest for a while in the Borgia Apartments.
Then, it’s time to marvel at Michelangelo’s exquisite Sistine Chapel, the crown jewel of the Vatican, and perhaps even of all the world’s art treasures.
- Please note that late arrivals can't be accommodated
- Children under the age of 6 go free and don't need a reservation but they will need to show a valid ID
- The Vatican Museums offer free entry to all disabled visitors with certified invalidity of more than 74%. For visitors who are not self-sufficient, free entry is also extended to a companion. Free entry tickets are issued upon presentation of a certificate of invalidity at the Special Permits and/or Reception desks in the hall of the Museums
- Please observe the strict dress code; no shorts or sleeveless shirts are allowed
- Please note that the museums' hours and closures may change due to special events at the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter's
- Access to St. Peter’s Basilica and the Square may be closed in the morning due to the Papal Audience