8 AM: Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel & St Peter’s Guided Tour

Visit the must-see Vatican Museums easily and efficiently with a tour that includes skip-the-line access and an early entry time. Before the museums are open to the public, you and your private group will meet your guide and head in to see the highlights. You can move at your own pace through the collections and ask plenty of questions.

Doria Pamphilj palace in Rome, Italy

Doria Pamphilj Palace Private Tour

A taste of Roman Baroque with a private tour of Doria Pamphilj gallery and palace.
Visit the biggest collection of art in Rome in a palace that is still run by its original owners: princely Roman family Doria Pamphilj. The first part of the tour includes visit to the The Family chapel, Saletta Gialla and Rossa, Sala del Poussin, Main painting galleries and many more.

A fresco of the Sistine Chapel

After Hours Semi Private Tour of Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel

A more unique way to visit the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel is after hours tour: entering the Vatican Museums in the evening when most of the crowds have left.

With VIP after hours access to the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel to enjoy a quieter evening exploring the incredible art with a local guide. A highlights of its many galleries including but not limited to the Gallery of Maps, Gallery of Tapestries, Raphael’s rooms and the Gallery of the Candelabra.

At the end of the tour a quiet time in the Sistine Chapel will be unforgettable after hearing your guide’s stories of its creation.

Castle Sant Angelo Private Tour

Join this private skip-the-line private tour of Castel Sant’Angelo, once the tallest building
of Rome and now a national museum, castel and the tomb at the same time and wind
through centuries of history from ancient Rome to the era of the Popes.

Capitoline Hill and Museum Private Tour

Book this private tour and visit one of Rome’s Seven Hills and the museum dedicated to the Eternal City.

The Capitolium or Capitoline Hill is one of the Seven Hills of Rome and was dedicated to the god Saturn. The existing design of the square and the surrounding palaces was created by Renaissance artist and architect Michelangelo Buonarroti in 1536–1546.

The creation of the Capitoline Museums has been traced back to 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV donated a group of bronze statues of great symbolic value to the People of Rome. The collections are closely linked to the city of Rome, and most of the exhibits come from the city itself.