Colosseum Arena Floor Tickets

Colosseum Arena Floor Tickets

Colosseum, Roman Forum & Palatine Hill: Skip The Line + Arena Floor

by Tiqets
  • Skip the line entry to the Colosseum's 1st & 2nd floor
  • Access to the Arena floor
  • Access to the Roman Forum & Palatine Hill
  • Free cancellation up to 24 hours before your visit (if selected)

Colosseum: Skip The Line + Arena Floor Access & Roman Forum in the Afternoon

by Tiqets
  • Skip the Line Smartphone Ticket
  • Access to the Colosseum's 1st floor & the Arena Floor
  • Access to the Roman Forum & Palatine Hill
  • Downloadable Audioguide & Map of the Colosseum
  • Free cancellation up to 24 hours before your visit (if selected)

Fast Track: Colosseum, Arena Floor & Ancient Rome VIP Tour

by GetYourGuide

Walk in the footsteps of the gladiators on this unique tour of the Colosseum and its arena floor. Explore the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill with an expert guide.


Rome: Special Access Colosseum Arena Floor Tour

by GetYourGuide

Walk through the Gladiator's entrance into the Colosseum, and directly onto the partially reconstructed Arena floor. Skip the line and marvel at ancient Rome's most iconic monument.

62.38 49.90

Rome: 3-Hour Skip-the-Line Colosseum and Arena Group Tour

by GetYourGuide

Enjoy special access to the Colosseum arena on a 3-hour skip-the-line tour. Take in views from Palatine Hill and learn about life in Ancient Rome.

67.38 53.90

Colosseum Underground Tour with Priority Access

by GetYourGuide

Visit the Colosseum's underground chambers, an area off-limits to standard tours. Explore the gladiator's rooms and the arena floor. After you enjoy priority access to the monument, you'll descend to its lower levels to hear ta...


Rome: Colosseum Underground, Arena & Forum Tour

by GetYourGuide

Enjoy exclusive access to areas of the Colosseum not available on a regular ticket such as the Underground, Arena and upper tiers. Learn more about everyday life at the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.


Plan Your Visit

Why book in advance?

Colosseum is the most popular attraction in Rome, with millions visiting each year. It is notorious for its long lines at the entrance. If you don’t buy your ticket in advance, you should expect to spend 2-3 hours waiting in line – or even longer in high season!
Buying your ticket in advance will allow you to skip the long lines and go straight to security check. Though you might incur a small booking fee, your time is much better spent visiting the Colosseum, rather than waiting in a long line, which in the summer can be exhausting due to the extreme heat and lack of shade.

What to book?

    Skip the Line Tickets - are always highly recommended. You will bypass the long waiting line at the ticket office and proceed straight into the venue saving you valuable time during your vacation.

    Guided Tours - If you want to have a more in depth cultural experience, a guided tour can be a good choice. You will learn interesting facts from your expert guide and immerse yourself into the incredible history of the Colosseum.

    Self Guided Tours - An option somewhere in between a skip the line ticket and a tour is the skip the line ticket with audio guide included. Offered in several languages, you can learn a lot, whilst taking things at your own pace.

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How to Get to the Colosseum

the Colosseum is located in Piazza del Colosseo.

  • By Metro: Metro Line B (blue line) - Colosseum Stop. Only two stops from Termini.
  • By Tram: Tram Line 3
  • By Buses: There are a number of bus stops close to the Colosseum including 51, 75, 85, 87, 118 as well as the Hop-on/Hop-off bus service.
  • If you don’t want to use Rome’s public transport you can always opt for a Taxi, though bear in mind that on Sundays Via dei Fori Imperiali is closed to traffic. Or you could walk - its about a 20 minute stroll from most of the central areas in Rome where many hotel are located (such as the Centro Storico, Trastevere, Monti, Termini, Testaccio and San Giovanni).

Opening hours

  • Last Sunday in October – 15th February: 08.30 am - 4.30 pm
  • 16th February - 15th March: 08.30 am- 5.00 pm
  • 16th March - Saturday in March: 08.30 am - 5.30 pm
  • Last Sunday in March - 31st August: 08.30 am - 7.15 pm
  • 1st September – 30th September: 08.30 am - 7.00 pm
  • 1st October - last Saturday in October: 08.30 am - 6.30 pm
  • Closed on December 25th and January 1st.