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Skip the Line: Vatican Museums at Your Pace

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Duration: 1 days
Product code: 3367
Overview

Discover the masterpieces of Rome on this self-guided tour of the Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel. Avoid the crowds standing in line and take advantage of our exclusive fast-track entrance as Official Partners of the Vatican Museums. Once inside, explore the wonders of one of the world's biggest Art's Collection at your own pace.

The Vatican Museums
No trip to Rome is complete without a visit to the Vatican Museums. Home to 54 different galleries including four statue museums: Museo Pio-Clementino, Museo Chiaramonti, Museo Gregoriano Etrusco and the Museo Gregoriano Egiziano. These museums are home to some of the most famous works of art in the world, featuring artists like Leonardo Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Raphael and Giotto, to name a few. An experience that will sure to inspire the art lover in anyone.

The Sistine Chapel
The 54th gallery of the Vatican Museums is the famed Sistine Chapel. Completed around 1483, The Sistine Chapel is arguably the most famous chapel in the world due to the artwork located within. View many of the most famous frescoes in the world, including the famous ceiling and "The Last Judgement" painted by Michelangelo. Not only does the Sistine Chapel hold some of the world's most precious works of art, it is still used for religious purposes such as the Papal conclave - the process through which a new Pope is chosen.

Highlights
  • Get a spectacular Entrance to the Vatican Museum and its walls
  • Entrance Tickets with exclusive
  • Pigna Courtyard
  • Pius Clementino Museum
  • Chandelier’s Gallery
  • Tapestries Gallery
  • Raphael’s Rooms
  • Sistine Chapel: Michelangelo’s Last Judgment, Creation of Adam Fresco
Good to Know
  • Languages offered on activity/tour Languages offered on activity/tour: English
  • Duration Duration: 1 days
  • Skip the Line Skip the Line
  • Printed or Mobile Voucher Accepted Printed or Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • This tour does not operate on the 2nd of April, 1st of May, 29th of June, 14th and 15th of AugustThis tour does not operate on the 2nd of April, 1st of May, 29th of June, 14th and 15th of August
  • This tour departs daily at 11am except Sundays and religious holidaysThis tour departs daily at 11am except Sundays and religious holidays
  • Easy Cancellation Easy Cancellation
    Cancel up to 1 day in advance for a full refund
  • Instant Confirmation Instant Confirmation
  • Cut-off TimeCut-off Time
    Available to be booked until 1 days before the tour starts. We reserve the option to confirm the tour or not due to availability.
Inclusions
  • Assistant to coordinate the access inside the Museums
  • Entrance Tickets with exclusive
Exclusions
  • Live Guide
  • Audio Guide (may be rented inside)
  • Transport
  • Optional Gratuities
Meeting Point
We kindly invite you to print out this voucher and hand it into the tour personnel along with the main traveller's valid ID at the start of the activity. Please make your way to the departure point (Piazza del Risorgimento) 20 minutes prior to tour start time: just at the centre of the square you will find our staff members at the “Bar - Caffetteria L’Ottagono”, 400 metres from the nearest metro stop “Ottaviano”. Late arrivals will not be accommodated. Our services end upon ticket's delivery in the Vatican Museums Lobby. Ticket valid until Museum's closing time.
Know Before You Go
  • It is forbidden to bring strollers, have bulky bags and carry umbrellas on your person
  • If you have a metal coated pacemakers, all relevant paperwork/ID cards should be carried for security checks
  • This tour visits religious sites, and there is a dress code to be observed. Visitors must be dressed appropriately: no sleeveless blouses, no miniskirts, no shorts, and no hats are allowed.
  • This Tour ends at the Vatican Museums: our services end upon ticket's delivery in the Museum's lobby.
  • This is a self-guided tour: audioguides may be rented inside the Vatican Museums (at your own expenses).
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Reviewed by Gillmurphy GB   September 08, 2018
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This is a must when visiting Rome. Make sure you allow plenty of time and put on comfy shoes. The queues are fairly long but we booked online so managed to skip the queue. It’s a museum like no other, so many works of art. It does get very busy, but well worth a visit.
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Reviewed by jkdavids US   July 14, 2018
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Absolutely beautiful. Worth the money for skip the line. We went right in. Beware of massive amounts of people. It’s almost too many people you feel like a herd of cattle. We just did the museum and Sistine, it took us at least three hours since we were doing self guide then went to the bottom floor and had pizza. Quite a few gift shops everywhere.
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Reviewed by DanielHG IE   June 28, 2018
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If you like art and history the Vatican museum is a must see. There is so much amazing art work to see!
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Reviewed by Cetux CH   June 24, 2018
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Here the skip the line tickets were well worth it. Quick and fuss free we were taken into the Vatican entrance, where we opted not to follow a guide but to buy audio guides on the first floor and journey at our own pace. We found this excellent, and my mum, whose legs were aging by the second, was able to take occasional rests.
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Reviewed by 953 style NZ   May 01, 2018
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One could spend an hour or a day going through the museum, there is so much to see. Room after room, all full of treasures.. from any period of history- from the ancient Egyptians to modern art, there’s something for everyone. I would strongly recommend the Audio guide, it’s very thorough, easy to understand and good explanation which you can do at your own pace.
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Reviewed by CarollaZinch ES   April 17, 2018
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The Vatican Museum is really important and the visit is obligatory. I really recommend to book this. I spent almost 4 hours there
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Reviewed by Jane S GB   April 15, 2018
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So much to see. You could spend weeks and still not get to see all the art in detail. Some of the most important pieces of art in the world are in this collection. There are also temporary exhibits that are excellent as well. Allow yourself for plenty of time.
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Reviewed by BrettW ZA   March 29, 2018
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Really worth the visit if you are in Rome. So much history and the artifacts are second to none.
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Reviewed by Glen Allen US   February 16, 2018
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First of all... pay to "skip the line". We had a great visit! Beautiful art. Wonderful to learn about the history of the Vatican. Much larger than I expected. Bring a camera and be prepared to spend 2 to 3 hours!
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Reviewed by krisgils98 PH   January 17, 2018
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This amazing museum is stunning and filled with beautiful works of art. The Sistine Chapel is absolutely glorious, but don't expect the expected silence. It's crowded with tourists, none of whom seem to heed the instructions on keeping quiet. However, don't let it detract you from the beauty.Go on your own so you can take all the time you need.
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Reviewed by Roger S US   January 15, 2018
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The Vatican Museum is like no other in the world. Whether you are Catholic or not, it is a 'must' to see and visit. So much history and beautiful artwork that you could spend a week in this museum. There is so much more than the Sistine Chapel. Every room leading up to the Sistine Chapel is full of history and has just as beautiful artwork. Do not miss the collection of 'Pope Mobiles' under the main courtyard. It was the most interesting exhibit of Pope vehicles from ancient carriages to modern cars that have carried the Pope. Definitely a 'must' if you are in Rome.
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Reviewed by Ariandn GR   January 13, 2018
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Breathtaking, impressive corridors,decorated ceilings,walls,treasures from Egypt,Greece etc Renaissance paintings,frescoes etc.Geography room... It took us 2 hours and still did not see everything. Next time we ll visit Rome,we ll sure come again
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Reviewed by Vindokd DK   November 17, 2017
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It's eye catching paintings with great construction skills.we should spend total one day to complete this place. A must see.
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Reviewed by Herfi NO   November 12, 2017
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Absolutely loved this museum. In fact it was the highlight f our recent trip to Rome. We spent 3.5 hours walking round and felt we could have spent more time.
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Reviewed by Ully DE   October 20, 2017
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Love this museum,even its in the smallest country in this world but their collection of art can very detail tell about life and very beginning era of Christ.
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Reviewed by pyongie ID   October 17, 2017
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The art and the sculptures really takes your breath away! The queue is really long though. You better book a skip the line .Than you go at it alone, that way you can really take your time and see all you want to see at your own pace.
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Reviewed by Alicia P MX   October 09, 2017
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Expect crowds. Everything was nice, we visit the museum at our own pace. It was very packed, but the arts were wonderful.
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Reviewed by Jvwx AE   October 01, 2017
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This place is huge and with lots of history to much really to see..go in the winter months to avoid the heat,was so beautiful..Take a full day on your own pace.Again to much to see.
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Reviewed by jayz GB   July 18, 2017
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The Vatican Museum is huge and there is lots to see so make sure you wear comfortable shoes. There are so many things to see and the ceilings adorned by mosaic, paintings and statues have to be seen to be believed. Michael Angelo's works are stunning and the Sistine Chapel left me awe struck at it's beauty and immensity. No trip to Rome would be complete without a visit here.
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Reviewed by Globalexperience AU   June 18, 2017
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The crowds are enormous ... Pay to the go-in-first skip-the-line tickets ... It is worth it to be ahead of the crowd.
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