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Skip-the-line ticket to the Vatican Museum & the Sistine Chapel

Skip-the-line ticket to the Vatican Museum & the Sistine Chapel
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Breeze past notoriously long public entrance queues at the Vatican with skip–the–line admission tickets, available at a range of times to fit your itinerary. Once inside, explore the grounds at your own pace, from the tapestry gallery to the Sistine Chapel. Upgrade to include a tour guide, who provides little–known anecdotes and context about important works of art.

What to Expect

Meet our staff at our office to purchase your pre-booked Vatican skip - the -line ticket. Our privileged entrance will allow you to explore one of the world's busiest museums by yourself at your preferred time. You will be able to visit on your own the Vatican galleries that  you are mostly interested in, following a 14 km long museum lay out that varies from ancient to modern art.

Among others you can visit the most popular sites including the Belvedere courtyard, the  Greek cross Room, the Gallery of the maps frescoed by the end of the 16th century, the gallery of the Tapestries and the Raphael’s rooms to admire the technique of the renaissance artist. At the end of the Vatican museum you will explore the Sistine Chapel, famous for Michelangelo’s frescos with the Creation of Adam.

If you prefer more than a ticket, you can choose an upgrade, a guided group tour and join one of our expert guides to have a great experience visiting the highlights of the Vatican Museums, the Sistine Chapel and the St’ Peter’s Basilica. This 3-hour group tour will impress you with the details about each gallery and you will learn more about the history of the Vatican and the popes in general.

Remember that your skip -the line - ticket is valid until the Vatican Museum closes, at 6 pm.

Reviews (49)
1 - 5 of 48 reviews
Reviewed 5 days ago
Vatican Tour

We had a really nice and interesting time in the Vatican City. Our guide was Antonio. He is brilliant guide, knowledgeable and with great seance of humour he made our visit exciting . Thank you!

Reviewed 12 September 2018 via mobile
Unprofessional, Sloppy, Disorganised and Rude

Awful. Let me share my unfortunate experience with so called " Enjoy Rome". Sourced a Vatican tour on the web and selected one that started at 8.30am. Website told us to be at the meeting place, (Via Vespasiano 46B) at least 25mins before scheduled tour...More

2  Thank 3030Aussie
Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile
Guided tour with Mr Vasco

We had really an amazing tour to the Vatican City. The tour guide’s name was Vasco and he was very helpful and he knew everything! We were a group of 4 people and totally recommended. He stayed with us more than 3,5 hours and explained...More

Thank Michalis O
Reviewed 25 August 2018 via mobile
Varican Tour

We booked the skip the line tour with Enjoy Rome, we turned up and our tour guide was Alma. She was brilliant really informative and friendly. Definitely recommend for other tours definitely a highlight of Rome.

Thank NorthStar114328
Reviewed 18 August 2018
Long tour that could have been shorter

It was great to be able to skip the line to the vatican museum, but the tour was very long with the sistine chapel at the end. Would have preferred an option that shortened the tour. Also, guide had an issue with needing a bathroom...More

Thank Dan D
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