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Tickets overview

  • A stone's throw from other popular ancient Roman sights – the Colosseum and Palatine Hill

  • Most Roman Forum tickets also include entry to the Colosseum

  • The Roman Forum was once the heart of civic life in ancient Rome, and where Rome's legendary founder, Romulus, is buried

  • You can find the ruins of religious temples, civic structures, and marketplaces throughout the venue

  • Visitors are greeted by the Arch of Titus, commemorating the victories of Emperor Titus in the first century

  • The columns of the Temple of Saturn have survived fires, earthquakes, and thieves over thousands of years

As one of the more popular historical sights to see in Rome, tickets are required for entry into the Roman Forum.

Because of its close proximity to other ancient Roman sites – namely the Colosseum and Palatine Hill – it's a good idea to combine admission fees. You'll also save time and avoid the ticket lines by purchasing tickets in advance.

Roman Forum tickets include:

  • Combination entrance tickets to the Colosseum, Palatine Hill, and the Roman Forum – with priority entrance!

  • Go for a guided tour with a live guide, or go at your own pace with a video guide

  • Make it a true Roman holiday and book a visit to the Roman Forum with entry the Vatican and the Sistine Chapel included

  • Food and drink are allowed in the Roman Forum – pack a picnic and find some shade to enjoy the lunch of a lifetime among Roman ruins

  • There are free water fountains all over the Roman Forum. Don't forget to bring your refillable water bottle!

  • Entrance lines are often shorter at the Roman Forum than at the Colosseum – consider starting your self-guided tour here instead

  • Signage around the ruins is limited, so a guided tour is a great way to to get the most out of your visit

  • Plan on spending at least two hours to see everything around the Roman Forum

  • Beat the heat of the day and go for an early morning tour, or see the ruins illuminated at night with an evening visit

Roman Forum reviews

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3 reviews
Nicole,  United States United States
29 Nov 2023
Our tour guide was just wonderful! Teddy made sure to give us all possible information and keep everyone at the same page! It was a pleasent tour even during a rainy day.
Colosseum & Arena Floor: Guided Tour
Bernard,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
29 Oct 2023
Excellent tour. Informative and interesting. Well managed. We got to avoid most of the queues and had good vantage points to view the attraction. Our guide was Roberta and she was excellent.
Colosseum & Arena Floor: Guided Tour
Janet,  United States United States
21 Nov 2023
Absolutely amazing! Our guide spoke excellent English and answered everyone’s questions with a nice sense of humor. The tour was definitely worth the money spent.
Colosseum, Underground & Arena Floor: Guided Tour

About: Roman Forum

When Rome was Caput Mundi (Capital of the World), the Roman Forum was the very heart of the Roman Empire. Now a sprawling complex of ruins, it is here, a javelin's toss from the Colosseum, where everything happened: from making and enforcing laws to buying and selling exotic goods. Highlights include the Temple of Vesta, the Temple of Caesar, and the Senate House.

Roman Forum
Sunday 09:00 - 16:30
Monday 09:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 09:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 09:00 - 16:30
Thursday 09:00 - 16:30
Friday 09:00 - 16:30
Saturday 09:00 - 16:30
Roman Forum
Via di San Gregorio 30, 00186, Rome
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