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Sistine Chapel Tours

Sistine Chapel Tours

One of only a handful of sites in the Vatican that are open to the general public, the Sistine Chapel is filled with a fascinating history and spectacular artwork. Famous for its original frescoes by Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel is arguably the most important room in the history of Western Art.

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Frequently asked questions

Where is the Sistine Chapel?

The Sistine Chapel is located in Vatican City, an independent city-state that is surrounded by and shares an open border with Rome, Italy. It is the chapel of the Apostolic Palace, the official residence of the pope.

How Much Does it Cost to Go to the Sistine Chapel?

Entrance to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel for the general public costs €14. This entrance fee is included in most guided Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel Tours, which generally cost €50 to €60.

How Long Are Sistine Chapel Tours?

The usual tours of the Sistine Chapel are 3 hours long. These tours also include the Vatican Museums and St. Peter's Basilica. Some tours, such as Sistine Chapel express tours, are shorter, making them ideal for visitors who have limited time or want to fast-track to the Sistine Chapel

Can You go to the Sistine Chapel?

The Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel are grouped on most tours because the Sistine Chapel can only be entered through the Vatican Museums. It makes it impossible to visit the Sistine Chapel without also seeing the museums, but if you only want to see the Sistine Chapel, express tours are available that move quickly through the museums.  

Can You Take Pictures in the Sistine Chapel?

Photography is not permitted inside the Sistine Chapel. You are allowed to bring a camera into the Vatican Museums and take pictures or videos of any of the artwork you see (for personal use only), in all areas except in the Sistine Chapel.