The archaeological site of Pompeii and the Libero D’Orsi Archaeological Museum of Stabiae at the Royal Palace of Quisisana are reopening to the public following months of closure.

In compliance with ministerial guidelines, and until further notice, the sites will be open from Monday to Friday at the usual times (Pompeii 9:00-17:00, last admission at 15:30; the Libero D’Orsi Museum 9:00-17:00, last admission at 16:00), and will be closed on Saturdays and Sundays.

During this phase of gradual reopening, it will be possible to enter and leave the archaeological area of Pompeii through the Piazza Anfiteatro Gate.

The visit will take place along a route that is indicated both at the site and on the My Pompeii support app, in order to ensure a safe visit to the site in full compliance with the anti-COVID health provisions.

It will be possible to walk inside the Amphitheatre, visit the Large Palaestra and access the ‘Venustas: Grace and Beauty at Pompeii’ exhibition. It will also be possible to visit the Praedia of Julia Felix, and walk along Via dell’Abbondanza, taking in the main domus, but also explore the Porta Nocera necropolis and the Garden of the Fugitives, before reaching the Theatre Quarter and the Triangular Forum. From Via dell’Abbondanza, one can reach the Forum, with all of its public and religious buildings, and visit the external area of the Stabian Baths, or proceed along Via Stabiana as far as Via del Vesuvio, where one can admire the House of Leda and the Swan.

The complete list of buildings which can be visited is available to view online, click here

The admission ticket for the two sites can be purchased exclusively online, at, which is the only officially authorised retailer.


  •        Pompeii full ticket: €14.50 (+ €1.50 online advance sale fee) reduced rate: €2.00 (+ €1.50 online advance sale fee)
  •        Quisisana €6.00 (+ €1.50 online advance sale fee) reduced rate: €2.00 (+ €1.50 online advance sale fee)

         Free tickets and reductions as per regulations

At the time of purchasing online, the visitor will be able to select an entrance time slot, which will permit a maximum of 500 people to enter within every 15 minute period, until 13:00. After 13:00, a maximum of 300 people will be permitted per time slot. The ticket must be shown at the entrance, either on a smartphone or tablet (QR Code), or as a paper copy previously printed at home and kept in order to scan it at the exit turnstile. A delay of a maximum of 10 minutes beyond the time slot indicated will be tolerated, both for visitors and guides. Booking will be possible for the same day, subject to availability.

For those in possession of the Pompei365 pass, its period of validity will be extended by the number of days corresponding to the duration of the site’s closure as a result of the health emergency. A promotion offering a 50% reduction on the price of the pass is also in effect until the 28th February. Exclusively for those passes whose validity has been extended, a purchase under this promotion before the 28th February will be valid for one year from the date of first use. The free ticket for individual entries must, in each instance, be requested on the website

Upon arrival, visitors will be subjected to temperature checks by means of a thermal scanner, and will be required to wear a mask in both indoor and outdoor areas, regardless of social distancing.

All information relating to the safety measures for containing the SARS-CoV-2 contagion, and to the visiting arrangements, will be provided to visitors via monitors situated at the entrances, and via signs.

Visits will proceed in full compliance with the distancing measures detailed by the Scientific Technical Committee, and follow the directions indicated by signs which have been specially installed in the Park. Hand sanitiser gel dispensers for visitor use will be present at the entrance and at the toilets.

Visitors with mobility difficulties, entering from Piazza Anfiteatro, will be able to follow the facilitated ‘Pompeii for All’ route, returning to leave via Piazza Anfiteatro, or alternatively via Piazza Esedra, using the Antiquarium lift.

At the Piazza Anfiteatro entrance it will be possible (until further notice) to request a guided tour at a specified time between 9:00 and 13:00.

Groups will be able to access the site according to the following limits:

            Groups of independent visitors, up to a maximum of 5 people

            Groups accompanied by guides, up to a maximum of 10 people (for groups with disposable ‘whisper’ earphones, the maximum limit is 25 people).