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Tickets for Ara Pacis Museum

An altar dedicated to Pax, the Roman goddess

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Opening hours
09:30 - 19:30, last admission: 18:30. Dec 24 & 31: 09:30 - 14:00, last admission: 13:00.
Best time to visit
Early morning or late afternoon
  • Marvel at the inspiring Res Gestae (‘List of Achievements’ of Emperor Augustus) below the Ara Pacis
  • Get a close-up look at the reliefs around the Ara Pacis itself - a veritable who’s who of Augustan society including Marcus Agrippa, Augustus’s great general and builder
  • Check out the monumental windows designed by Richard Meier

Architect Richard Meier's Ara Pacis Museum is the only major contemporary structure to have been built in the historic center of Rome since World War II.

If you were living in Rome 2,000 years ago, you would now be very, very old. But also importantly: you would've been alive during the time of Augustus, the first Roman Emperor (and grand-nephew of Julius Caesar).

His reign ushered in a period known as the Pax Romana (The Roman Peace) a two-century long period when the Roman Empire was largely free from large-scale conflict.

The Ara Pacis ('Altar of Peace') was Augustus's way of declaring his commitment to peace. See the 'Altar of Peace', originally inaugurated in 9 BC and then buried for centuries, plus loads more as you walk right into living history.

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Ara Pacis Museum
Lungotevere in Augusta - 00186, Roma, Italy, Rome
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Opening Hours

  • 09:30 - 19:30, last admission at 18:30
  • Dec 24 & 31: 09:30 - 14:00, last admission at 13:00

Getting There

  • Metro: Line A to Piazza di Spagna. Then a 10-minute walk to Ara Pacis
  • Bus: Line 70 to stop Lungotevere Marzio
Insider tip

Nearby Gusto (Piazza Augusto Imperatore 9) does a pretty fantastic aperitivo. Head there and get a faceful of delicious Italian snacks to go with your sunset wine.

Tiqets Writer/Editor
Jan 7, 2018
Ara pacis: molto bella, da visitare
Nov 14, 2017
Muy buena

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