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Entrance tickets to Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica
2.5-hour guided tour in English
Headsets to hear the guide
Wear clothes that cover your shoulders and knees, as the Vatican has a strict dress code. You may be refused entry if not properly dressed.
Please wear comfortable shoes
This tour is not wheelchair accessible
St. Peter’s Basilica has an airport-style security check. No liquids, large bags, or sharp items are allowed.
St. Peter’s Basilica and Square may be closed in the morning due to the Papal Audience
Once the booking has been confirmed, you cannot get a refund of these tickets.
Access exclusive no-wait entrances to the Vatican attractions
Hear in-depth stories behind the art from your expert guide
Discover lesser-known works that visitors often miss
Get more time to immerse yourself in the Vatican’s awe-inspiring art with no-wait access to the museums and basilica.
With a group of 20 people or fewer, your expert guide will bring the art and history to life in the Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museums, St. Peter’s Basilica, and more.
Avoid the long public line and go straight to the front of the Vatican Museums. Learn about the history and people behind the art in the Pinecone Courtyard, the Hall of Maps, the Gallery of Tapestries, and the Gallery of Candelabra. A headset ensures you can hear the guide clearly.
Next, visit and hear the story of the magnificent Sistine Chapel. See if you can spot Michelangelo’s self-portrait, which hints that he would rather be skinned alive than paint in the Sistine Chapel again. (After you learn what it took to create a fresco, you’ll understand why.)
Then, use another exclusive entrance to head straight into St. Peter’s Basilica. See the incredible altar and Michelangelo’s beautiful sculpture, “La Pietà.”
The tour ends in St. Peter’s Square. Admire Bernini’s clever optical illusion, spot the balcony where the Pope delivers his public addresses, and take photos of the imposing exterior of the basilica.
What you will see:
• Vatican Museum
• Pinacoteca Courtyard – with views of St. Peter’s Basilica
• Pinecone Courtyard
• Chiaramonti Museum
• Gallery of Candelabra – ancient sculptures
• Gallery of Tapestries
• Gallery of Maps
• Sistine Chapel
• St. Peter’s Basilica
• St. Peter’s Square