The visit includes the Archaeological Park with the Roman Amphitheatre, unique in its type as it was excavated entirely in an enormous tufa bank, the rupestrian Necropolis from the Roman Era and the Church of the Virgin Mary of Childbirth, also known as the Mitreo. In Palazzo Doebbing Museum it's possible to admire the famous Ephebus of Sutri, also from the Roman Era, and the pictorial and sacred artworks related to the history of the area. The Antiquarium, near the central square, has also recently reopened and is organised on two different levels dedicated to the Middle Ages. In it are exhibits related to the earliest phases of the Cathedral and the Roman period with the relief of Mithras. Continuing along the route, one reaches Villa Savorelli, known for its Renaissance garden, which can also be visited.
The ticket is valid for the whole day during opening hours.
In the Archaeological Park you can visit the famous Amphitheatre, a rare example of a Roman building completely excavated in the tufa without the aid of supporting walls, built between the Late Republican period and the beginning of the Imperial Ag... more
In the Archaeological Park you can visit the famous Amphitheatre, a rare example of a Roman building completely excavated in the tufa without the aid of supporting walls, built between the Late Republican period and the beginning of the Imperial Age, built on an elliptical plan and divided into three orders: ima cavea, media cavea and summa cavea, accessible through the vomitoria, side entrances and exits. In the Rupestrian Necropolis, 64 tombs excavated in the tufa on different levels can be seen, including chamber tombs, double chamber tombs with or without entrance and arched tombs or arcosoli. Proceeding northwards, you will admire a votive chapel with well-preserved frescoes today dedicated to the Virgin Mary of Childbirth and known as the Mitreo, as it is related to the cult of the God Mithras.
The Palazzo Doebbing Museum is dedicated to Father Joseph Bernard Doebbing and was the seat of the Bishop until 1986. Between 2010 and 2018, it underwent a renovation project by architect Romano Adolini. It's divided into several rooms on five levels with a total area of approximately 1000 square metres. The site combines ancient charm with the spirit of modern and contemporary exhibitions. It is in fact divided into three sections: one dedicated to ancient art with artefacts from the Roman era, one dedicated to sacred art and a gallery with works from the Diocese of Civita Castellana. Among the works of particular relevance is the Ephebus, dating back to the 1st century A.D., bearing witness to the millenary identity of Sutrina.less
from Tuesday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Weekends and Public Holidays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
from Tuesday to Friday from 10:20 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays from 10:20 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(last admission half an hour before closing time)
from Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
and from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The entire artistic and cultural heritage of Viterbo in a single ticket.
Skip-the-line entry with a single ticket to access Narni's rich historical and artistic heritage, whose cultural offer is integrated to give an even better service to tourists and residents. An unforgettable and convenient opportunity to learn more about the history and legends of this famous Umbrian village.
Anagni was the birthplace of four Popes and was a papal residence for a long time. In the historical centre, with its elegant and austere buildings, Romantic churches, bell towers, lodges and squares with sober and essential architecture, stands Boniface VIII's Palace, known for having proclaimed the first Christian Jubilee and site of memorable events of the European Middle Ages.
A visit to the most iconic place in the entire Viterbo area. Also known as 'the dying city' due to the constant erosion of the tufa rocks on which it stands, this village between Orvieto and Lake Bolsena has Etruscan and medieval origins. Floating in time and space, Civita di Bagnoregio is one of the most beautiful and characteristic Italian villages.