Forum Pass: Skip-the-line ticket to the Imperial Forums

Foro di Traiano 

Forum Pass
See the Imperial Forums in Rome with the Forum Pass and skip the line!

This all-in-one ticket includes admission to the Roman Forum, the Forum of Caesar, the Forum of Trajan, the Palatine Museum and Palatine Hill. This is a new way to see the entire area of the Imperial Forums with a single skip-the-line ticket.
This booking is for an open ticket (without a reserved time) that is valid for 1 day (one admission per site).
Thi offer includes admission to the Roman Forum, the Palatine Hill & Museum, and a large area of the Imperial Forums, digital guide of the Imperial Forums. With the Forum Pass, you can also see the Forums of Trajan and Caesar, the S.U.P.E.R. sites.

Not included: admission to the Colosseum.

READ CAREFULLY: These tickets can in no way be changed or canceled once booked.
This means that if visitors are unable to use these tickets, they will not receive any refund, even partial. We, therefore, suggest you take special care when reserving online and choosing the date, time, and ticket type. The Palatine Hill is not accessible to those with motor disabilities. The area of the Roman Forum and other forums are only partially accessible.

Access: the tour can be started from any of the sites included in the booking. You can present this ticket to the ticket offices at the Roman Forum (Via Salara Vecchia or Via Sacra near the Arch of Tito), at the Palatine Hill (Via di San Gregorio 30), or at the office near the Trajan Column in Piazza of Santa Maria di Loreto. Other access points: Largo Corrado Ricci and Via del Tulliano in front of the Mamertine Prison.
Hours: this is a day ticket valid starting at 8:30 am.
Closed: New Year's Day, May 1, and Christmas.

Prices Forum Pass Tickets
Full ticket: €16.00 + €2.00 reservation fee
Reduced ticket: €2.00 + €2.00 reservation fee
Free ticket: €0.00

What you will see by booking this ticket
The Roman Forum (skip-the-line ticket) 

Foro Romano forum pass

The Roman Forum (Largo della Salara Vecchia 5/6) is in the center of the Fori Imperiali area on Largo della Salaria Vecchia. It is open at different times depending on the season. From January to March and from October to December, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. From April to the end of September, 8:30 am – 7:00 pm. The ticket office closes 30 minutes in advance. Hours may be extended in some periods of the year. The recommended tour time is approx. 1 hour and 30 minutes.
The Roman Forum is the only of the Imperial Forums that can be seen on foot. The others can be seen only from outside, admiring them from terraces. The Roman Forum in its present form is the sum of buildings constructed over the centuries by many different emperors. The Forum was the undisputed center of political power in Rome and the city's administrative center in imperial times. It holds the remains of many edifices, temples (including the Temple of Romulus, included this ticket), triumphal arches and celebratory columns of incredible impact, some of which are very well preserved.

Palatine Hill – Via San Gregorio 30
Ruins of Iron Age settlements can be toured on the Palatine Hill, identified as the oldest center of Rome.  The Palatine Hill was the site of major cults in the city, including that of Magna Mater (Cibele). Between the 2nd and 1st centuries BC, the Palatine Hill became the Roman aristocracy's residential area. To this day, we can still see the ruins of patrician homes, refined houses featuring incredible painted and floor decorations, such as those in the Casa dei Grifi. After the reign of Octavian Augustus, who chose the hill for his own home, the Palatine Hill went on to become the site of imperial palaces.

The Forum of Trajan (Piazza Santa Maria di Loreto)
The Trajan Forum, also known as the Ulpium, is the largest Imperial Forum.  The Trojan Forum was the last one, built by Trajan after his victorious war to conquer Dacia.  This forum stands out from the other Imperial Forums because of the variety of its monuments and its great size.  The Ulpia Basilica is among the monuments to admire for its porticoed courtyard where the famous Trajan column stands.

Caesar's Forum
Caesar's Forum, the first to be built, is parallel to the Trajan Forum.  Caesar had this forum built for a dual purpose: to celebrate himself and to expand Rome's political and religious center.  Originally it was a large, long, narrow square, with arcades on three sides and a temple on the fourth side.

Palatine Museum
The Palatine Museum on the hill of the same name, in Via di San Gregorio 30, was built on the ruins of the palace of Emperor Domitian.

The museum is open daily from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm (October-March) and from 9:00 am to 6:30 pm (April-September). The estimated tour time is about an hour.
The exhibition route covers two floors. The ground floor tells the history of the Palatine Hill from its Roman origins to the Principality of Octavian Augustus, until about the first century BC. The exhibition spaces were made conserving the original structure of the ancient domus. On the first floor, you can admire many Roman artifacts dating from the period of Augustus and after. The mosaics and extraordinary paintings from Nero's Domus Transitoria are absolute must-sees.

The following "S.u.p.e.r. sites" are also included in the ticket, all of which are in the archaeological area of the Roman Forum: House of Livia, House of Augustus, the Neronian Cryptoporticus, Isiaca Hall / Loggia Mattei, Santa Maria Antiqua and Oratory of the Forty Martyrs, Temple of Romulus. All sites on the ticket are between the Palatine Hill and the Roman Forum, so easy to reach on foot. These sites can accommodate a maximum number of visitors at a time, which means you may need to wait for visitors to leave before entering.
The ticket includes guaranteed entrance to the Roman Forum and the Palatine Museum. If you cannot get into one or more of the "Super Sites" due to long waits or temporary closures, no refund will be given.

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Italy Travels is not responsible for any partial closure of rooms, itinerary changes, cancellations or delays in entry due to force majeure, adverse weather, personnel strikes, or decisions made by the management of the museum or the Superintendency.


How to choose the correct ticket for Archaeological museums in Rome

Half price ticket: for 18-24 year olds from the European Union with documents.

Free ticket (reservation only)
Kids and children under 18 (children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult). Identity document is required.

Teachers pay full price tickets. Only Italian teachers can benefit from free tickets.

Disabled people and one accompanying person enter free and do not need any reservation. Documents attesting disability will be asked at the entrance.

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Some of the sites included in this package may be temporarily closed due to provisions of the Archaeological Park Management. In these cases it is not possible to request even a partial refund of the ticket.


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