Discover the world’s largest museum complex and one of the largest churches ever built with the certainty that you won’t miss the highlights! The Art & Faith Guided Tour follows an itinerary which includes the Pio Clementino Museum, the Gallery of the Candelabras, the Gallery of the Geographical Maps, the Gallery of the Tapestries (Renaissance art), the Raphael Rooms, the Sistine Chapel and Saint Peter's Basilica. Relax, and enjoy a 3 hour tour you won’t regret!
The Art and Faith Itinerary Guided Tour has a duration of 3 hours.
The tour itinerary includes:
Pio Clementino Museum
Gallery of the Candelabras
Gallery of the Geographical Maps
Gallery of the Tapestries (Renaissance art)
Saint Peter's Basilica
Please Note: the visit to Saint Peter's Basilica is possible in accordance with the liturgical celebrations of the Holy Father or other events of the Holy See or of the Vatican City State.
The Vatican Museums require the names of all participants in your group. Once you have added the reservation to your shopping cart, please enter the names in the provided field on the order form.
PLEASE NOTE – Important information:
Tickets CANNOT be canceled and are NOT refundable. It is possible to change the date and time of the visit, according to the availability, up to 3 business days before the visit. It's not possible to change the number of persons reserved for.
From Monday to Saturday; the Vatican Museum Ticket Office is open from 9:00am to 4:00pm. The Vatican Museums close at 6:00pm.
Entrance times will be indicated at the time of the reservation.
The Vatican Museums are closed on the following days:
Sundays (except for the last Sunday of each month, excluding Easter, June 29 and December 25 and 26)
January 1 and 6 (Epiphany)
February 11 (Lateran Pacts Anniversary)
March 19 (St. Joseph)
March/April: Easter Sunday, Easter Monday – please confirm these moveable dates with the current calendar
May: Ascension Thursday, Corpus Christi Day – please confirm these moveable dates with the current calendar
August 14 (Assumption Vigil) and 15 (Assumption Day)
November 1 (All Saint's Day)
December 8 (Feast of the Immaculate Conception), 25 (Christmas Day) and 26 (St. Stephen's Day)
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The Art and Faith Guided Tour gives you the support you will need when visiting both one of the largest museum complexes in the world, and Saint Peter's Basilica.
Saint Peter's Cathedral was consecrated on November 18, 1626. This late Renaissance marvel was principally designed by Bramante, Michelangelo, Carlo Maderno, and Bernini, and is one of the absolute highlights of any visit to Italy.
It is one of the world's largest churches – here are some of the staggering numbers:
From Saint Peter's portico you enter the main entrance hall, with its five doors. On the right you can see the Holy Door, which is opened only every 25 years, in Jubilee or Holy years.
The Vatican Museums are the largest, richest, most compelling and perhaps most comprehensive museum complex in the world. Many treasures of the city's history are here, from both classical and later times, and many of the Renaissance's finest artists were in the employ of the Pope.
The Vatican Palace holds a collection of museums on very diverse subjects: displays of classical statuary, Renaissance painting, Etruscan relics, Egyptian artifacts, not to mention the furnishings and decoration of the palace itself.
The Vatican Museums are the Egyptian Museum, the Chiaramonti Museum, the Museum of Popes Clement XIV and Pius VI, Gregorian Museum of Etruscan Art, Antiquarium Romanum, the Vase Collection, the Biga Room, the Gallery of the Candelabra, Gallery of the Tapestries, Gallery of the Maps, the Apartment of Saint Pius V, the Sobieski Room, the Room of the Immaculate Conception, Raphael's Rooms and Loggias, the Collection of Modern Religious Art, the Sistine Chapel, the Apostolic Library, the Vatican Picture Gallery, the Gregorian Museum of Profane Art, the Christian Museum, the Missionary Museum of Ethnology, and the Carriage Pavilion.
Justly known as one of the most famous places in the world, the Sistine Chapel is the site where the conclave for the election of the popes and other solemn pontifical ceremonies are held.
Full price tickets only.
Free Admission for children under 6, no need to consider them while booking.
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