Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli On-line Tickets
Booking a ticket online allows you admission with no line to Villa Adriana in Tivoli, the magnificent villa that the Emperor Hadrian had built in the Tiburtine countryside.
Every day, except December 25, January 1, and dates with free entrance, not bookable.
The villa has electric vehicle service to allow disabled people access to the site. The service is free but must be booked in advance. These vehicles cannot carry wheelchairs. The site is flat but has uneven paving.
The voucher sent by email must be printed on a hard copy and presented at the ticket office
Skip-the-line for quick access to the Roman Forum and other sites.
Flexible duration: after entering the site, you can stay as long as you like until closure.
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(Mon-Fri 8:30 am -6:30 pm/ Sat-Sun 8:30 am -4:30 pm)
Description of your booking
You will immediately receive an email with a copy of your order. Your ticket will be emailed to you later. If you order after 6:00 pm, you will need to wait until the following morning to receive your or our email informing you when you will receive the ticket.
You will still need to wait your turn to go through security at the metal detector. Please be as punctual as possible.
Arrive at least 15–20 minutes ahead of your entry time.
Museum reservations have to be made al least one day prior to the date of the visit.
What is included
- One access to Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli
- Pdf-guide of hadrian's Villa with map
What is not included
- Guided tour
- Audio Guide
The voucher sent by email must be printed on a hard copy and presented at the ticket office.
Italy Travels cannot be held responsible for partial closing museum rooms, itinerary variations inside the museum, cancellations or entrance delays due to unexpected events, strikes or decisions taken by the museum direction or by the Ministero dei Beni Culturali or by the Sovraintendenza delle Belle Arti.
Prices for this offer
EU citizens 18-24 years
Children: 0-17 years
Rate includes entrance ticket, reservation fee, Pdf-guide of hadrian's Villa with map.
No ticket required for children under 6 years.
Eventual temporary exhibition extra charges are automatically calculated in the on-line price.
Full ticket: € 12.00 + € 2.00 reservation fee
Reduced ticket: € 2.00 + € 2.00 reservation fee
Free ticket: € 0.00 + € 2.00 reservation fee
The entrance tickets for Villa Adriana are neither changeable (time and date) nor cancellable. In no case, therefore, will it be possible to grant refunds, even partial.
Opening Times: every day from 9:00 am to one hour before sunset.
From 1 October to 28 February, last entrance at 3:00 pm.
From 1 March to 30 September last entrance at 5:00 pm.
Closed January 1, December 25.
Ticket office closes one hour and half before closing time.
Address: Largo Marguerite Yourcenar, Tivoli
How to arrive from Rome with public transport:
Underground line B, Ponte Mammolo stop and bus Co.Tral direction Via Prenestina, stop at 300 m. from the site, or bus Co.Tral direction Via Tiburtina, stop at 1 km from the site, or bus Co.Tral direction Tivoli/highway A24, stop at 1 km from the site
train FS stop at Tivoli's station and bus line CAT number 4, stop at 300 m. from the site
You must go through security checks at the metal detectors. The wait for these mandatory procedures cannot be avoided.
Disabled People and one accompanying person enter free and do not need any reservation.
Do not forget to bring a valid identification card or valid passport (one per person).
Italy Travels is not responsible for any partial closure of rooms, itinerary changes, cancellations or delays in entry due to force measure, adverse weather, personnel strikes, or decisions made by the management of the museum or the Superintendency.
What you will see with this reservation
The Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli - Rome
The Emperor Hadrian built this country villa for himself and his court, and it bears unique testimony to the grandeur and architectural and decorative characteristics of the period. Today it exists as an immense park, extending over 80 hectares and dotted with several Roman ruins as well as spas and houses from the 1700s and all set in an environment charged with ancient fascination.
The grounds also contain the "Teatro Marittimo", an artificial island which was a private residence of the Emperor as well as other interesting locations such as "Canopo", a huge rectangular pool encircled by sculptures which recall the Serapeo and a museum which houses an extraordinary collection of various decorative objects from the villa itself.
Excavations, still in course, have brought to light an intricate system of roads which lead to the imperial residence.