Colosseum Night Opening “The Moon over the Coliseum 2017”
The Colosseum Night Opening “The Moon over the Coliseum 2017” is an initiative that returns this year. The special opening of the Coliseum began on March 11 and will last until December 30, 2017. This tour offers the opportunity to visit the Coliseum at night, the underground, the tunnels and the internal arches of the Flavian Amphitheater, the largest amphitheater of ancient Rome. The construction of the Colosseum was ordered by the emperor Vespasian in 72 AD with a capacity for 50,000 spectators.
The visit starts on the sand floor, in the heart of this unique monument in the world from where you will be able to see the depth of the underground, the cavity of the galleries and the series of arches inside this fantastic historical monument. A guided tour where the particular and suggestive lighting of the night will tell you a story from a different perspective, full of mystery, curiosity, shadows and emotions.
Simply an opportunity you can not miss, during the month of March this visit will be open to the public every Saturday. During the month of April this nocturnal visit will be held every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 20:00 until midnight. For more information on how to book the extraordinary visit “The Moon over the Coliseum 2017” see the Rome-Museum website or call us at (+39) 055-713655.
DAYS OF VISIT TO THE COLOSSEUM NIGHT OPENING “THE MOON OVER THE COLISEUM 2017”
APRIL AND MAY: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
JUNE, JULY, AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER: from Monday to Sunday
OCTOBER: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
NOVEMBER: Friday and Saturday
VISITING HOURS: from 8:00 pm to midnight, last scheduled admission 22:50
Although the Coliseum was built for the enjoyment of the people of Rome with the famous battles organized between gladiators, today it opens its doors for you, with Rome-Museum you will discover the great artistic and cultural heritage of Rome. To book the Colosseum Night Opening “The Moon over the Coliseum 2017” or other guided tours of Rome, click here.