- October to March:
daily from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
- April to September:
daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Last entry 30 minutes before closing time
- Tuesday 8 March 2022 – Women’s Day – reduced admission for all women
- Saturday 19 March 2022 – Father’s Day – reduced admission for fathers accompanied by children
- Friday 8 May 2022 – Mother’s Day – reduced admission for mothers accompanied by children
- Wednesday 18 May 2022 – International Museum Day – reduced admission to all paying visitors
- Sunday 2 October 2022 – Grandparents’ Day – reduced admission for grandparents accompanied by grandchildren
- Sunday 9 October 2022 – FAMU Day (families at the museum) – reduced admission to all paying visitors
- Monday 31 October 2022 extraordinary opening
- Wednesday 21 December 2022 – Winter Solstice – reduced admission to all full paying visitors at the Aosta sites
Opening times are subject to variations: we advice to verify them by contacting the phone number reported in the “Contact” area.
The ticket has a single rate of € 8.00
from November 19th to January 8th, the “Aosta archeologica” cumulative ticket has the special price of 5 euros
Ticket, valid for a year from the date of issue, allowing one entry in each of the following sites:
- Roman theatre
- Forensic cryptoporticus
- Early Christian Basilica of San Lorenzo
- Regional Archaeological Museum
- Megalithic Area of Saint-Martin-de-Corléans
- children and teenagers under 25 years
- visitors with disabilities and their companions
- teachers and other persons accompanying school groups, 1 person per 10 students.
- on line reservation and purchase of the tickets are strongly advised on MiDA
People with disabilities: accessible.
Pets: small animals are admitted inside the monument only if held in one’s arms or transported in a pet carrier.
Site included in the Aosta archeologica cumulative ticket
The southern facade 22 metres high with its overlapping arches, the lower part of the semi-circle of steps that housed the spectators (cavea) and the foundations of the wall that acted as a backdrop (scaena) are still well visible. Some scholars have supposed that the theatre was covered by a stable roof. During the Middle Ages numerous constructions were loan against the theater’s walls, but were then demolished during the modern repair and restoration works.
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