Spread across four different sites, the National Roman Museum isn’t just a must-see for visitors to the Italian capital – it’s home to the world’s greatest collection of Greco-Roman art. With this combo ticket, valid for eight days, you’ll enjoy skip-the-line access at all four branches.
The Palazzo Massimo location of the museum, housed in a 19th-century Neo-Renaissance palace, showcases a collection of Greco-Roman sculptures, frescoes, mosaics and numismatics across four floors. The Palazzo Altemps branch, meanwhile, offers you the chance to see the famous Boncompagni-Ludovisi sculpture collection, as well as a range of Egyptian artifacts.
The stunningly preserved, imperial Baths of Diocletian are also accessible with a combo ticket, as is the Crypta Balbi. A striking venue, the Crypta Balbi offers up museum exhibitions as well as the chance to visit its excavated, basement crypt. Together, the four branches present a compelling view of Ancient Rome; a combo ticket is the best and more flexible way to see them all.