Roman Domus of Palazzo Valentini Tour
The scenic route through the remains of the patrician Domus of the imperial age, which once belonged to powerful families, is rich with mosaics, wall decorations, polychrome floors, paving blocks, and other remains. The excavations have been further enhanced with virtual reconstructions, graphics and videos. You'll see walls, rooms, peristyles (columned porches), kitchens, baths, furnishings and decorations all come back to life, as the ruins of this great Domus of ancient Rome are completed and brought to life by projections and light effects.
- Visit of Palazzo Valentini
- Entry/Admission - Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini
- Food and drinks
- Transportation to/from attractions
- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
- You must print and present your confirmation voucher in order to redeem your tickets at the time of your visit
- Reserved tickets must be picked up no later than 30 minutes before the confirmed time slot. After this time, reservations will be canceled and you will lose the right to your tickets
Very interesting tour. Amazing to see how they can recreate history with light. The tour was 1.5 hours and everything was explained in great detail. It is a lot of just standing so wear comfortable shoes.
An amazing tour of the hidden foundations and mosaics of two Roman houses. Very informative commentary which more than offset the slightly nervous experience of walking on see-through floors!
A wonderful tour which came to life through the VERY clever lighting and video displays. Just a small thing that could affect some visitors is that you walk along a glass floor, which is safe, but for some visitors who are affected by height, this needs a little getting used to but should not put you off! A wonderful experience!
Unique experience to see what a Roman house looked like.
We had seen the Domus Valentini about 4 yrs ago when it initially opened. It was good then. Now it is absolutely FANTASTIC. The program was almost 1 1/2 hr long and included portions of the primary house that had never been previously excavated, plus another domus next door, plus seeing part of the bunker that Mussolini built in WWII, plus a tunnel going to the base of the nearby Trajan's Column.
Brings archaeology and the Roman past alive! This was an exceptional experience appropriate for anyone interested in gaining a more vivid understanding of what the ruins can tell us. Enjoy this multi-media, archaeological look back at the Palazzo Valentini which bite is priced at a great value.
Awesome. Enough lights and technology to keep the children interested. Would definitely recomend including this in your itinery.