Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel - Skip the Line Gray Line
Piazza del Risorgimento, Rome , 00118 (IT), Italy
We regret that we are unable to accommodate guests with wheelchairs or mobility impairments on our tours. We are also unable to accommodate pushchairs or strollers on our Tours.Art & culture
- Morning, Afternoon, 3.5 hours
- Mobile voucher accepted
- Skip the line entrance
- Discover some of the world's most important art collections
- Admire colourful frescoes and impressive sculptures
Location Show on map
- A. Piazza del Risorgimento, 00118, Rome, Italy In front of the Bar L'Ottagono.
Customers must be at the meeting point 30 minutes before the departure of the tour.
ItineraryVatican Museums and Sistine Chapel (3 hours)Itinerary
- 1. Vatican Museums
- 2. Sistine Chapel
- 3. Raphael’s Rooms
- Skip the line-Fast track
About this tour
With skip-the-line access this guided tour to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel shows you the best of the Vatican City in under four hours.The Vatican Museums attract millions of tourists every year and it’s clear to see why. Come and see for yourself the beautiful artwork and artefacts which inhabit the museums from Vincent Van Gogh’s Pietà, after Delacroix, which is housed in the Collection of Modern Religious Art, to the Augustus of Prima Porta in the Braccio Nuovo. The various sculptures and paintings are a sight to behold and at night they’re even more so.
After the visit to the Museums you will be taken to the renowned Sistine Chapel, the official residence of the Pope in Vatican City. Get a taste of the architecture and art which has gone into making the Sistine Chapel what it is today, with work from some of Italy’s most famous Renaissance artists, including Michelangelo and Pinturicchio. See the gorgeous Sistine Chapel Ceiling, covered in art including The Creation of Adam and many more pieces by Michelangelo.
Take this fascinating tour through the Vatican City!
What's more, you will visit the Raphael Rooms, the 4 rooms painted by the artist and considered one of his masterpieces.