Castel Sant'Angelo tickets and tours
The National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo can be considered at the same time a monument, an archaeological site and a museum. Inside are preserved num...
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Buy your skip-the-line tickets to the National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo in Rome. Visit its heterogeneous collections.
Join a 3-hour sightseeing walking tour covering St Peter's Basilica, Castel Sant'Angelo, Sant'Angelo Bridge, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Campo de' Fiori and taste an aperitivo.
Discover the beauty of Rome in just 48 hours with the Rome Pass card. Take advantage of special reductions and discounts in Italy's stunning capital.
Discover the beauty of Rome in just 72 hours with the Rome Pass card. Take advantage of special reductions and discounts in Italy's stunning capital.
Buy tickets for visiting the most famous amphitheater in the world, the Colosseum. Tickets valid for 2 days including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
Book Colosseum, Roman Forum and Palatine Hill tickets and enjoy jump-the-queue access with a small group and a professional guide.
Your Vatican Museums, St. Peter's & Sistine Chapel skip the line tour - Less time in line, more time on art! Discover amazing activities in Rome with Musement.
Make the most of your Vatican visit with skip-the-line tickets to the museums and the Sistine Chapel. See the collection of art treasures in your own time.
The inside story
The National Museum of Castel Sant'Angelo can be considered at the same time a monument, an archaeological site and a museum. Inside are preserved numerous and heterogeneous collections, here merged in different historical moments. Visiting the museum, you will discover the fascinating history of the building that houses it. Built around 123 A.D. as a tomb for Emperor Hadrian and his family, Castel Sant'Angelo accompanied for almost two thousand years the fate and history of the capital. From a funerary monument to a fortified outpost, from a dark prison to a splendid Renaissance residence, from a Risorgimento prison to a museum, Castel Sant'Angelo embodies the story of the Eternal City, where past and present seem inextricably linked. Founded as a museum of war memorabilia and military, such as weapons and uniforms, in recent decades the exhibition space of Castel Sant'Angelo has been enhanced with an impressive collection of pottery (with examples dating from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century) and an interesting group of medieval and modern sculptures.