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Stadio di Domiziano

Via di Tor Sanguigna 3, 00186 Rome, Italy
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PIAZZA NAVONA UNDERGROUND The ruins of the Stadium of Domitian (Unesco World HeritageSite) in Piazza Navona are located about 4.50 meters below street level. The archaeological site is all that remains of the first and only example of a masonry stadium up to now known in Rome. Audioguide, even for children, panels and 3D video show the history of sport the history of sport and sports practices from ancient Greece to Imperial Rome, with particular attention to the history of the stadium and the square. We are open every day of the year.
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Via di Tor Sanguigna 3, 00186 Rome, Italy
Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Fascinating to realise you are under Piazza Navona! This has a very 'normal' looking shop front to it, so could be missed easily, but was worth finding it. The ruins are interesting, and the audio is useful, except a bit tricky that some of the...More

Thank centralvic
Reviewed 3 November 2017

The best 8 euros that I spent. No one was there...so we could explore the ruins easily. Takes about an hour and that 8 euros includes the audio tour. This is one of the best things we did in Rome. We had about enough time...More

Thank Melissa M
Reviewed 18 October 2017

Stadio di Domiziano is underground. It is located right underneath Piazza Navona. It is hard to imagine there was actually a huge stadium on this beautiful public square, but there you have it! The emperor Domitian had the stadium built "for the people".... well, they...More

Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 7 October 2017 via mobile

Really neat and smart museum a real must see and it only takes an hour. 2 problems which spoil the attraction. The first are the stall impolite and uninterested, second the plaques are numbered twice so you will find 2 x number 8 for example....More

Thank James A
Reviewed 24 September 2017 via mobile

Another underground Rome experience. It is self guided and you don't need more than 45minutes. Located at Piazza Navona, it brings you under current day Navona to when it was a Stadio. Quite interesting.

Thank Ed T
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Although not overrun with tourists (a good thing) this easy to miss museum is chock full of essential information for any visitor to Rome and Piazza Navona. If you're interested in the history of Rome, Roman emperors, the Popes, and the construction of ancient Rome,...More

Thank henry v
Reviewed 23 August 2017 via mobile

See also Piazza Navonna. This is a hidden secret that could so easily have been missed where it not for another trip advisor contributor. The Piazza sits about 5 meters above this ancient relic. The Stadio di Domiziano was a Roman arena where chariot racing...More

Thank Paul G
Reviewed 19 August 2017

It's incredible to think that Navona square was in the past a stadium of athletics, built to satisfy the desires of emperor Domitian. What is left is not much, that's true. But yet it deserves a visit, better with a guided tour. It was my...More

Thank Salgari7777
Reviewed 16 August 2017

The entrance is hidden. Look for Hotel Raphael and it is just opposite. It is a gem and you will se a part of Rome not known to many!

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Reviewed 1 August 2017

After our lunch at the Piazza Navona, were stumbled upon this little museum. Since it was so hot outside, we decided to go inside to escape the heat for a little while and we had a very memorable experience. It gave us great inside into...More

Thank Shirley G
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