Events Archive

Neapolitan Crib
22/12/2011 - 05/01/2012
Event

From December 22nd to January 5th, the Amphitheater will house, along the passageway to reach the ticket office, in the atmospheric scenery of a medieval crypt provided of a manger, a big Neapolitan crib. This work will be made by Ferrignos, a family of craftsmen working in Naples since 1836, who are among the masters of terracotta crafts and whose production is inspired to the XVIII century Naples.


Colosseum. Subterraneans
15/03/2011 - 30/10/2011
Special opening

Since Saturday 12 March and until Sunday 30 October, on the initiative of the Special Superintendency for Archaeological Heritage of Rome in collaboration with the Licensee Society Pierreci, the Colosseum has proposed once again the educational service of guided tour of the subterraneans and the third level. These are the areas recently made ​​safe and open to the public thanks to the  interventions coordinated by the Commissioner delegated for the implementation of emergency interventions in the archaeological sites of Rome and Ancient Ostia.


Logo Martedì in Arte
25/10/2011 - 19:00 - 23:00
Special opening

The Special Superintendency for the Archaeological Heritage of Rome is participating in the event “Martedì in Arte”, granting free admission to the four seats of the National Roman Museum (Palazzo Massimo, Palazzo Altemps, Baths of Diocletian,


View of the Complex of the "Villa of the Quintilii" from the Appian Way
26/06/2011 - 16/10/2011
Special opening

From 26 June on, new appointments with APPIAPPIEDI (Appian Way on Foot), a programme of guided tours including a stroll along the Appian Way from the Villa of the Quintilii to the Mausoleum of Caecilia Metella and Villa of Capo di Bove, seat of the photographic exhibition La Via Appia.

For information and booking please call 06399677


Logo Martedì in Arte
27/09/2011 - 19:00 - 23:00
Special opening

The Special Superintendency for the Archaeological Heritage of Rome is participating in the event “Martedì in Arte”, granting free admission to the four seats of the National Roman Museum (Palazzo MassimoPalazzo Altemps