Skip the line and enjoy a self-guided visit of the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, some of the best sites in Rome. Get your ticket today!
- Adult Ages 18 - 64
- Senior Ages 65 - 99
- Child Ages 6 - 17
- Infant Ages 0 - 5
Skip the Line Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica Walking Tour
- Duration: 3.5 hours
- Start Time: 8.45, 11.45 and 13.45
- Languages: English
- Group: Small group of 18 people or fewer
- Professional expert guide
- Skip the Line access at the entrance
- Admission fees
- Head sets when needed
- Instant confirmation
- Children 5 and younger are complimentary
Explore the Vatican and all its most cherished treasures during a comprehensive guided tour, with skip-the-line entry to the Vatican Museums. It’s an opportunity to marvel at timeless masterpieces of Renaissance art found in the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Meet your guide and enter the Vatican’s towering walls, where you’re greeted by a sprawling courtyard and the impressive spherical statue at its center. Make your way to the Vatican Museums and skip the long lines. Your guide enlightens you to the history of the remarkable city-state as you take in its ambiance.
Stops along the tour include the Pine Courtyard, Raphael’s Rooms, Gallery of the Maps, and the Gallery of the Tapestries. Enter the doors of the stunning Sistine Chapel and gaze up at Michelangelo’s iconic ceiling, whose frescos include breathtaking depictions of The Last Judgement and The Creation of Adam. Next, pay a visit to St. Peter’s Basilica, the largest church in all of Christendom.
Please be aware that St. Peter’s Basilica is not included on this moment due to current restrictions (at this moment the access from the Sistine Chapel to the St. Peter’s is closedfor the public).
- 48 hours cancellation policy
- Not wheelchair accessible
- No hotel pick-up
- Please be aware that St. Peter’s Basilica is not included on this moment due to current restrictions
- Dress code: shoulders and knees must be covered
- On Wednesday mornings, access to St. Peter’s Basilica may be restricted due to the weekly Papal Audience.
- St. Peter’s Basilica may be closed for the pubblic at any moment without any kind of notice (expecially during religious holidays such as Christmas and Easter). In this case you will visit other parts of the museums.