Free open days at Colosseum in Rome

Free entry to Colosseum, Palatine and Roman Forum on select days.

Visitors will have free access to the Parco del Colosseo - the archeological park incorporating the Colosseum, Palatine Hill and Roman Forum - on select days in 2019.

The openings are part of a package of up to 20 days of free admission to state museums and archaeological sites, which included the week-long Settimana dei Musei in March, introduced by Italy's culture minister Alberto Bonisoli.

The first free day at the Parco del Colosseo is on 9 May. This is followed by another seven free openings in 2019: on 5 June, 29 June, 23 September, 4 October, 4 November, 22 November and 18 December.

Visitors should note that the sites included in the S.U.P.E.R. (Seven Unique Places to Experience in Rome) ticket will be closed to the public on free days.

These seven Palatine sites include the Criptoportico Neroniano, Museo Palatino, Aula Isiaca - Loggia Mattei, Casa di Augusto, Casa di Livia, Tempio di Romolo and S. Maria Antiqua.

For full visiting details see the Parco del Colosseo website.

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Address Piazza del Colosseo, 1, 00184 Roma RM, Italia

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Free open days at Colosseum in Rome

Piazza del Colosseo, 1, 00184 Roma RM, Italia

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