The small group Vatican Museum tour includes skip the line tickets and English-speaking expert Vatican tour guides. Be guided to the the most important rooms and works of art in the Vatican Museum. With no more than 20 people in the group you’ll enjoy your tour guide’s intimate attention. Don’t waste time getting lost trying to navigate the crowds and enormous Vatican art collection without an expert tour guide. The Sistine Chapel, Raphael’s Room, the Hall of Maps are just a few of the Vatican tour highlights. Submit the form to book your Vatican Museum tour today.
Small Group Vatican Museum Tour Details
- Price: 45 Euro
- Duration: 2.5 hours
- 1030A Guided Tour Vatican Museum with Skip the Line
- 230PM Guided Tour Vatican Museum with Skip the Line
Price includes small group Vatican Museum tour with Sistine Chapel and Vatican Museum skip the line tickets.
VATICAN DRESS CODE ALERT: Inside the Vatican City, for both ladies and men, knees and shoulders must be covered. For men, no shorts of any kind are allowed. No exceptions are made.
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The Vatican Museum Tour covers the highlights of arguably the most important collection of art in the world with more than 1,200 rooms. Such highlights include the Rooms of Raphael, the Sistine Chapel, the Hall of Maps, and Ancient Roman and Greek pieces in the Belvedere Courtyard.
As the Sistine Chapel is located at the far end of over 1200 galleries, we have outlined the shortest possible path to get you there quickly and without hassles or unnecessary waiting (while still covering the most important masterpieces along the way). Our guides provide a full background on the Sistine Chapel from before it was commissioned to the finishing touches while distinguishing between truth and popular legends promulgated by Hollywood and popular books.
After leaving the Sistine Chapel, you will have direct access to St. Peter’s Basilica which is allowed only to official guided tours. All other visitors are forced to exit the Vatican, take the long route to the basilica, and line up to go inside.