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Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini, Rome

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Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini, a 16th-century palace, houses the provincial government offices as well as underground ruins. Tour the palace halls to admire the ornate mosaics and marble detailing, or venture underground to see what's left of the ancient private bath complex. Only small groups are allowed underground at one time, so book your tickets early. Request an audio guide to learn more about life in ancient Rome and the historical uses of the structures. Work out when and for how long to visit Le Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini and other Rome attractions using our handy Rome trip generator.
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  • With limited time in Rome, we never would have gone without a recommendation... and would have missed a unique experience! It might be one of my favorite museums worldwide! Walk on glass floors over a...  more »
  • Hidden away near Trajans column, this cool museum provides a great insight to life in ancient Rome. In a small group we were led by our guide through the villa. Without spoiling the surprises, the tec...  more »
  • Not to be missed. A journey through time without equal! Competent and helpful guide. A must do well with children of school age.
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  • A Pearl, an extremely skillfully performed show. To a history freak a real must. Wins Tutankhamen`s grave, Lucy`s bones, absolutely The high point of my trip.
  • wonderfull concept for a sound and light show. it last about 1h30. I am sadden by the fact that the rooms are very small and the group to big. As such, we can barely see what there is to see and constantly have to fight to see something. too bad as the concept is great
  • Amazing experience going through the history of rich families from Rome. My tour had only 5 People so that was very good tô see things without 100 chineses in the same space as it would have on other attractions from Rome.
  • Wow. Amazing. Laser pointers and holograms are used to being an ancient Roman home to life. The site only allows small guided tours, not individual exploration. Well worth the visit.
  • Properly brings the history alive. My (typically lazy) teen kids were captivated. Sets the bar for a modern museum experience.