In accordance with the new government provisions, from 18 January 2021 the site of Pompeii and the Museum of Stabia Libero D’Orsi will reopen. The other sites of competence of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii will remain closed until further notice.

 

Opening hours from 1st November to 31st March

 

 

 

Sites

Opening

Last entrance

Closing

POMPEII Tuesday to Sunday

(Closed on Saturday and Sunday)

9.00

15.30

17.00

BOSCOREALE

CLOSED

VILLA ARIANNA, VILLA SAN MARCO (STABIAE)

CLOSED

OPLONTIS

CLOSED

MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO DI STABIA LIBERO D’ORSI

(Closed on Saturday and Sunday)

9.00

16.00

17.00

Closed on: 25th December, 1st  May, 1st January (Unless otherwise communicated. Click here)

 

Tickets 

Price

Reduced

Validity

POMPEII

 

€ 14.50 (+ € 1.50  of presale)

€ 2.00 (+ € 1.50 of presale) (#)

1 day

BOSCOREALE

CLOSED

 

VILLA ARIANNA, VILLA SAN MARCO (STABIAE)

 

CLOSED

 

MUSEO ARCHEOLOGICO DI STABIA LIBERO D’ORSI (Closed on Saturday and Sunday)

from 9.00 to 17.00 (last admission 16.00)

€ 6.00 (+ € 1.50 of presale)

€ 2.00 (+ € 1.50 of presale) (#)

1 day

OPLONTIS VILLA OF POPPEA

 

CLOSED

 

(#) Admission cost of €2.00 for EU citizens between the ages of 18 and under 25.

Domenica al museo“, which provided free ticket every first Sunday of the month, is currently suspended.

The Pompei365pass validitywill be extendedby the number of days corresponding to the duration of the site’s closure as a result of the health emergency. The free ticket for a single access must be requested on the website www.ticketone.it

 

IT IS POSSIBLE TO PURCHASE THE ENTRANCE TICKET ONLY ON LINE AT THE FOLLOWING LINK

 

OBSERVE ALL SAFETY MEASURES TO REDUCE CORONAVIRUS DIFFUSION

SOCIAL DISTANCING

HAND WASHING INSTRUCTIONS

 

TERMOSCANNER AND THERMAL CAMERA

Access to the Archaeological Park of Pompeii is subject to the detection of visitors’ body temperature in order to reduce and limit the COVID -19 infection: this procedure is part of the operations of prevention, protection and safety of public health, according to the national and regional provisions. Authorized personnel will proceed to the measurement of the body temperature of all visitors with a termoscanner and Thermal Camera: those who have a body temperature equal to or greater than 37.5° C and/or with obvious symptoms of infection will not have access to the areas of the Archaeological Park of Pompeii, even if equipped with personaI protective equipment.

Body temperature measuring data will not be recorded