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Visit ancient Roman relics listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site!
The first example of an athletic stadium built in Rome
Audio guides in French
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Mandatory printed voucher
Opening hours 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Visit the first Roman relics dedicated to sports and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site!
The Domitian Stadium (Stadio di Domiziano in Italian), located in central Rome, is a stadium hailing from the Roman Empire dedicated to sports. Listed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the stadium first opened to the public in 2014. Discover the Roman ruins buried 4 meters below street level.
Audio-guides (including for children) and 3D video’s illustrate the history of sports and other physical activities in the time of Ancient Greece and Imperial Rome as well as the history of the stadium and the Navona Square. Re-live popular activities of the time like discus throwing, running, long jumping, javelin throwing, wrestling and boxing.
You will be asked to indicate a provisional date for your visit when you book, but your ticket is not restricted to this date. Your official ticket is non-dated, meaning you can visit the museum on the date of your choice (within 3 months of the date selected upon booking)
Good to know
- Availability: Monday to Sunday (excluding exceptional dates)
- Time: 10h00 – 19h00 et 10h00 – 20h00 le Saturday
- Location: Stadio di Domiziano
- An audio-guide is available
- The museum may be closed due to a private event, we recommend calling the museum before your visit
- Admission to the Domitian Stadium
Price doesn’t include
- The return transport to the Stadium from Rome
- All other extras