Baths of Caracalla


National Roman Museum Tickets! Valid for 3 days!

This booking is for a pre-paid ticket for one admission to the four sites of the National Roman Museum. All the accessible areas can be visited with this ticket, including scheduled exhibitions. 


Every day, except December 25, January 1, and dates with free entrance, not bookable.

Disabled visitors
Disabled visitors

The museum sites are accessible to disabled visitors.

Ticket by email
Ticket by email

The voucher sent by email must be printed on a hard copy and presented at the ticket office

Quick Access
Quick Access

Skip-the-line for quick access to the Roman Forum and other sites.


This ticket is valid for 3 days. Flexible duration: after entering the monument, you can stay as long as you like until closure. One access for each of the four sites included.

Telephone Assistance
Telephone Assistance

+39 055 5321180
(Mon-Fri 8:30 am -6:30 pm/ Sat-Sun 8:30 am -4:30 pm)

Description of your booking

The National Roman Museum includes: Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, the Baths of Diocletian, and the Crypta Balbi. The ticket is valid for 3 days.
The sites to visit are not all in the same place so visitors must go from one site to the next.
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

What is included

- One access to Palazzo Altemps
- One access to Diocleziano Baths
- One access to Crypta Balbi
- One access to Palazzo Massimo
- Pdf-guide of the 4 sites with map

What is not included

What is not included

- Guided tour
- Audio Guide
- Transfer service from one site to another


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.


Full ticket€ 16.00
Reduced ticket€ 12.00

EU citizens 18-24 years

Free ticket€ 4.00

Children: 0-17 years

This offer includes: entrance ticket with reservation and pdf-guide of the 4 sites with map.
No ticket required for children under 1 years.
Eventual temporary exhibition extra charges are automatically calculated in the on-line price.

Full ticket: € 12,00 + € 2,00 reservation fee
Reduced ticket: € 8,00 + € 2,00 reservation fee
Free ticket: € 2,00 reservation fee

Cancellation Policy

From booking to 5 working days before the day of the tour, the cancellation fee is € 8.00 per ticket. From 4 working days or fewer before the day of the tour and for no-shows, the cancellation fee is 100% of the amount paid, i.e. there is no right to a refund.If you need to cancel or modify your reservation, please contact our offices by email at or by phone +39 0552670402.
Changes must always be communicated in writing by email or fax to receive a partial refund when allowed by the cancellation policy as stated below. For the purposes of calculating the cancellation fee, we will use the date of receipt of the client's cancellation request. For these purposes, requests for cancellation received by telephone, without anything in writing, will not be considered valid.


Every day, except December 25, January 1, and dates with free entrance, not bookable.
Open: every day from 9:00 am till 7:00 pm.


Address Palazzo Massimo: Largo di Villa Peretti 1, Roma
Address Crypta Balbi: Via delle Botteghe Oscure 31, Roma

Address Terme di Diocleziano: Via Enrico de Nicola 79, Roma

Address Palazzo Altemps: Piazza Sant'Apollinare 46

Useful info

The ticket allows you to access to each site only once.
You must go through security checks at the metal detectors. The wait for these mandatory procedures cannot be avoided.
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

Palazzo Massimo: in this museum various works of art representing a broad range of classical sculpture are exhibited. These include a statue of Augustus, various Roman copies of Greek statues such as those as the famous 'Discobolo Lancellotti', a sleeping Hermaphrodite, Venus about to take a bath, and Apollo which was copied from a fifth century B.C. Greek original in the workshops of Fidia.
There is also a section of interesting bronzes.
Crypta Balbi: originally a huge courtyard annexed to the theatre which Lucio Cornelio Balbo built for Augustus at the end of the first century A.D., the Crypta Balbi represents a development of Roman society and the urban landscape from antiquity to modern times.
Palazzo Altemps: the Palace of Altemps is one of the most interesting examples of the Renaissance architecture in Rome.
The Bath of Diocleziano: this magnificent structure of the bath, the biggest of Ancient Rome, was built between the years 298 and 306 A.D. As well as sporting the traditional pools of water at various temperatures (calidarium, frigidarium and tepidarium), the bath also included a central basilica, an open-air swimming pool and many other rooms which were put to various uses. Part of the perimeter of the bath is now occupied by theChurch of Saint Mary of the Angels.

In the palace are Renaissance and Baroque sculptures such as the famous Boncompagni Ludovisi collection, the rich sixteenth century collection of Asdrubale and Ciriaco Mattei and the Altemps collection itself.