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The Palatine Museum
- The Palatine Museum
- Alt Name:
- Museo Palatino
- Ancient Rome
- Palatine Hill, Domus Augustana,
Palace of Septimius Severus, The House of Livia ,
about The Palatine Museum
The Palatine Museum (Museo Palatino) on Rome’s Palatine Hill houses a collection of finds from this incredible archaeological site.
With artefacts dating back as far as the Middle Palaeolithic era, the Palatine Museum offers a good overview of the area considered to be the birthplace of Rome.
The main exhibits at the Palatine Museum date back to Ancient Rome, particular between the first and fourth centuries AD, when the Palatine Hill was the best address in the city and home to Rome’s emperors.
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Address: Palatine Hill, Via di S. Gregorio, 30, 00100 Rome, Italy
Phone: +39.06.399 67 700
The Palatine Museum is located in between Domus Augustana and Domus Flavia on the Palatine Hill. The Palatine Hill can be reached via metro station Circo Massimo (line B). Buses 60, 75, 85, 87, 117, 271, 571, C3 and 850 and Tram 3 also stop nearby.
The Palatine Hill is open daily 8:30am-an hour before sunset (museum 9am-6pm). Entry costs €12, €7.50 concessions (combined same-day ticket with Roman Forum and Colosseum).
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