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Explore the Historical Ruins of the Villa di Massenzio in Rome

Admission to the Villa di Massenzio in Rome is free.

Ruins of the Villa di Massenzio in Rome

The well-preserved ruins of Villa di Massenzio are easily reached by bus, free of charge with your City Pass. The Villa di Massenzio is one of the main tourist attractions you can visit with your Rome Pass. This Roman circus could accommodate over 10,000 people and is still very well preserved.

The Roman Emperor Maxentius had the Maxentius Villa, consisting of the palace, circus, and tomb, built at the beginning of the 4th century. Today the well-preserved ruins are among the top sights in Rome.

Opening days and times

Tue–Sun 10am – 4pm 

Closed: Monday, 1.1., 1.5., 25.12.

Location Villa di Massenzio

Via Appia Antica 153, Rome

Metro: Linie A to Arco Di Travertino Bus: 118 to Basilica S.Sebastiano 

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Highlights Villa di Massenzio

  • Located on the Via Appia Antica 
  • Well preserved roman circus
  • Consisting of circus, palace and mausoleum
  • Monument to Emperor Maxentius
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