Tickets for the Baths of Caracalla with optional audio guide
- Visit the remains of a large Roman spa complex, running between 216 and 357 AD
- Discover the best preserved spa ruins in Rome with your audio guide
- See the places where the ancient Romans used to take care of their bodies and beyond
The full ticket costs 8 euros; the reduced ticket costs 2 euros.
The Baths of Caracalla, also known as Antoniane, deriving from the full name of the emperor of the same name, represent one of the greatest examples of extremely well preserved imperial baths in Rome.
Rectangular in shape, the baths functioned as a place for bathing, sports and body care and also as a place to go walking and study. The entrance to the structure had four doors, and once entered, the calidarium, the tepidarium, the frigidarium, the natatio, and other spaces stood in sequence. The interiors were characterized by marble columns, statues, mosaics and flooring in colored marbles and in oriental style.
Restored several times, the spa unfortunately ceased to function in 537 AD.
- Entrance ticket
- Audio guide (if selected)
- Musement digital guide
- Guided tour
- EU citizens aged between 18 and 25 years old
- Permanent teachers of EU state schools
- EU citizens under the age of 18
- Disabled EU citizens and their carer
- Permanent or fixed-term Italian teaching staff (by showing a valid certification issued by educational institutions)
- EU students and teachers of the Faculty of Architecture, Arts (with archaeological and historical-artistic programs), Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Educational Sciences and Academies of Fine Arts (by showing a certificate of enrollment for the current academic year)
- Icom (International Council of Museums) members
- Journalists with a press card
- MiBACT (Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism) employees
- EU tourist guides and interpreters (by showing a valid certification issued by a competent authority)
Viale delle Terme di Caracalla, 00153 Rome RM
Caracalla's thermal baths.
- On every first Sunday of the month, you can access the museum for free
- The ticket is valid for 1 day from the date of first use for a single entry
- The optional audio guide is available in Italian and English
- You can reach the site by metro - Line B, Circo Massimo stop or by bus n.760 or n.628
- When purchasing a reduced or free ticket, it is always mandatory to show the document certifying the reduction at the ticket office, otherwise you will have to buy the full ticket
- 2 January-15 February: 9.00am - 4.30pm
- 16 February-15 March: 9.00am - 5.00pm
- From the last Sunday in March to the 31 August: 9.00am - 7.15pm
- From September 1 to September 30: 9.00am - 7.00pm
- 16 - 24 March: 9.00am - 5.30pm
- From 1 October to the last Saturday in October: 9.00am - 6.30pm
- From the last Sunday in October to 31 December: 9.00am - 4.30pm
- From 16 March to the last Saturday in March: 9.00am - 5.30pm
- The ticket office closes an hour in advance
- Closing days: 1 January, 25 December
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