Hidden Vatican: Vatican Museums and Chapel of Nicholas V - Private Guide Tour
A unique opportunity to visit the Vatican Museums with an expert guide and to discover the Chapel of Nicholas V with an exclusive opening!
- Reserved entrance
- Confirmation by email
- Fast track entry
- E-voucher accepted
- Duration: about 3 hours
- Private guide
- Visit the main areas of the Vatican Museums with a private guide.
- Skip the line entrance to the Vatican Museums and enjoy the tour.
- Admire the Chapel of Nicholas V with an extraordinary and exclusive opening included in the tour.
Some halls of the Vatican Museums are usually closed to the public. With this private tour you will finally discover one of the most beautiful areas of the Museums: the Chapel of Nicholas V. With an extraordinary opening you can visit exclusively the private Chapel of Nicholas V, famous for its wonderful frescoes by Fra Angelico and Benozzo Gozzoli.
What is included?
- Skip the line ticket for the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel with booked time
- Extraordinary opening to the Chapel of Nicholas V
- Booking fee
- Guide service
- Headphones for groups over 15 pax
The meeting point with the guide will be communicated on your voucher. Remember to arrive 15 minutes before the booked time. The guide will have a sign with your name.
Do not follow the line. Do not go to the entrance alone.
If you are late you will lose the reservation and you will not be refunded.
TuscanyAll.com is not responsible for any delays related to the unforeseen or inefficiency of the Vatican Museums.
The Vatican Museums are subject to security controls at the entrance, you may have to wait in the metal detectors line for security reasons.
Remember you must show an identity document at the entrance, in case of having reduced price tickets.
The entrance to the holy sites is allowed only with proper clothing (it is forbidden sleeveless shirts, shorts, miniskirts, hats).
The entrance to the closed ward may change or be canceled due to unforeseen activities related to the Holy See.
Up to 20 people can participate in the visit.