Tickets for the Palazzo Venezia in Rome
Castle & palace tours

Tickets for the Palazzo Venezia in Rome

Availability: Tuesday - Sunday
Printed ticket only
Duration: up to 24 hours
Do this because
  • Discover what was an ancient papal residence
  • Take part in a special journey in the applied arts
  • Visit different artistic collections dating back to the 15th-18th centuries
What to expect

The National Museum of the Palazzo di Venezia is housed in the ancient papal residence of Paul II Barbo (1464-1471), a great lover of collecting, who founded the museum and promoted the artistic dedication of the building.

Built in 1921, the museum offers a journey through the applied arts. Here you can visit the collections of paintings on wood and canvas from the 15th -18th centuries and 18th century pastels as well as miniatures and fans. In addition, you will find a rich series of Italian and German wooden sculptures, a valuable collection of sketches and reliefs in terracotta of the 1500s and 1600s, early medieval and renaissance marbles, seal matrices, enamels, sacred and non-sacred silversmith objects, glass, ivory, Italian school bronzes and a vast collection of ceramics and porcelain.

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What's included
  • Entrance ticket
What's not included
  • Guided visit
  • Audio guide
Reduced price


  • Citizens of the EU from 18-25 years of age


  • Youth under 18 years of age
  • Students and teachers of the Faculty of Architecture, Letters (Archaeological or Historical-Artistic Address), Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Education Sciences (must show an enrollment certificate for the current academic year)
  • EU teachers and students enrolled in Fine Arts Academies (must show an enrollment certificate for the current academic year)
  • ICOM Members (International Council of Museums)
  • EU (non-university) school groups (by reservation) with a guide
  • Journalists with an order card
  • MiBACT employees (Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism)
  • Disabled people from the EU and their carer
  • EU tourist guides (must show a valid license)
  • EU tourist interpreters when their work is needed alongside the guide (must show a valid license)
  • Teaching staff of the school, with a role or with a fixed-term contract (upon presentation of an appropriate attestation issued by the educational institutions)

Palazzo Venezia, 00186 Rome RM, Italy

What to remember
  • Entrance to the Palazzo is free every first Sunday of the month
  • The ticket office closes one hour before closure
  • You can access the museum at anytime during opening hours
  • Your ticket must be printed at home and shown at the entrance
  • Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged
  • If tickets are purchased at a reduced/free price, it is necessary to show valid ID at the ticket office in line with the reduction you have purchased. If you are unable to show proper ID, you may be required to buy a full-price ticket to enter.
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  • Tuesday - Sunday, open from 8.30am to 7.30pm
  • Closed on Mondays
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Booking fee
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Cancellation policy
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