Visiting The Colosseum

Welcome to your comprehensive guide on touring the Colosseum. This platform provides all the necessary information for exploring the Colosseum archelogical park. Additionally, we offer a variety of articles delving into the fascinating history and intricate details of the Colosseum, including the Roman Forum, among other noteworthy landmarks.

Visiting the Colosseum information & FAQ

Welcome to Visiting the Colosseum, your ultimate guide to visiting the Colosseum archaeological park! Here you will find a wealth of information about the Colosseum, and its attractions surrounding attractions including the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill. We offer tips on everything from what to see and do while you’re there, to how to navigate the crowds and avoid long lines. If you are planning to sightsee further in Rome you may be interested in our page on Visiting the Vatican. 


January 2nd to February 15th 8.30 to 16.30 February 16th to March 15th 8.30 to 17.00 March 16th to last Saturday of March 8.30 to 17.30 Last Sunday of March to August 31st 8.30 to 19.15 September 1st to September 30th 8.30 to 19.00 October 1st to last Saturday of October 8.30 to 18.30 Last Sunday of October to December 31st 8.30 to 16.30
Colosseum tickets start at €18.00 for regular access on the official website. Resellers sell Skip the line tickets between €25-30. For guided tours the typical range is €55-100 euros depending on the group size and tour type.
Indeed, the Colosseum welcomes disabled individuals with its accessibility features. Upon arrival, you can access the building through a ramp and explore the ground floor. Additionally, an elevator is available to transport you to the middle tier. It’s worth noting that the elevator can accommodate up to two wheelchairs simultaneously, depending on their size.

Visitors are permitted to bring a small backpack when visiting the Colosseum. However, it is strictly prohibited to enter with large backpacks. Additionally, for the safety of all, the Colosseum prohibits the entry of any dangerous objects, including weapons, knives, explosive items, or fireworks.


Feel free to capture your memorable moments at the Colosseum as cameras are allowed within the premises. While you can take photos inside the magnificent amphitheater, capturing the Colosseum as a backdrop from the outside will provide you with a quintessential tourist shot, offering a classic perspective of this iconic attraction.