Visitors service

At the ticket counter you will find information in Italian and English about
- fares ok tickets and audioguides;
- information and MIC Card rates;
- categories of those admitted with reduced or free admission;
- access conditions;
- notification of any inefficiencies.

Although the historical character of the buildings prevents, in some cases, the total removal of architectural barriers, museums work to ensure access to their historical and artistic heritage by the widest possible public
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The wardrobe service is free of charge, included in the ticket price, and is self-managed.
For reasons of protection of the works of art, the staff may request that bulky bags, backpacks, umbrellas and other potentially harmful objects be left in the cloakroom.
Objects left in the self-service wardrobe must be collected before the museums close.

The use of a baby pram is admitted inside the museum.

A guided tour service is available in several languages, for a fee and by prior arrangement, with a choice of museum and/or exhibition route. For information and reservations: 060608 daily from 9.00 to 19.00.
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Room attendants provide visitors with information, also in English, on museum tours, services and events and monitor compliance with rules of behaviour. At museum sites, constant and direct supervision and control of the collections is ensured, also during exhibitions, concerts, conferences and other cultural activities.

Both a short bilingual guide (Italian/English) and a more in-depth publication, in Italian and English, are available, documenting with images and reconstructions the complexity of the site and the Museum of the Imperial Fora. The museum's collection of publications also offers a wide choice of guides in the most widely spoken languages, as well as archaeological, historical, art and architectural texts, for both experts and enthusiasts. There is also a selection of books and games for children. Museum guides and catalogues can be purchased online.
The bookshops also offer a selection of objects inspired by the Museums' collections.
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- take photographs with a flash or tripod. In the case of exhibitions it is not possible to take photographs;
- use video cameras;
- carry bulky bags or backpacks;
- enter with umbrellas;
- bring in pets, except for small dogs in carriers;
- consume food and drink;
- smoking.