- Stand on a Roman staircase and watch a multimedia, visual spectacular on the ruins!
- Learn about the history of Rome and Augustus’ reign in the time of Rome’s imperial expansion
- Enjoy commentary written and arranged by noted science journalist Piero Angela in a night out you won't forget
When in Rome... make some aptly-themed evening plans! The Forum of Augustus Evening Show is an amazing, interactive experience that catapults you back to Ancient Rome. Combining lights, projections, music, effects, and history. We came, we saw, we were entertained!
Stand on a Roman staircase surrounded by ruins, and let the multimedia spectacular transport you through the history of Rome. Watch the projections on the ruins and imagine what it must have been like before it was... well, ruined.
The commentary has been written and arranged by Piero Angela, one of the most important science journalists and writers on the planet. Learn the story of Augustus' reign in the time of Rome's imperial growth, right where it happened!
This incredible, interactive show will be a highlight of your trip to Rome. Stand by the remains of a temple that once stood nine floors high and towered like a giant over the Forum, and absorb the history of the Roman Empire.
Show your smartphone voucher at the entrance gate of the Forum. Make sure to be there on time, at least 15 minutes before the start of the show!
- Cancellations are not possible for this ticket
- Changes are not possible for this ticket
Metro: Line MEB, get off at Colosseo station. From there, it is a five-minute walk along Via dei Fori Imperiali.
This show helps you imagine how the Forum looked in the past ( It looked magnificent). Too bad so little is left of it now.