Opening Hours

Opening hours for the publicBookings and reservations
Opening hours for the public The Villa Farnesina is open from Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 2 pm, on second Sunday of the month from 9 am to 5 pm.

Visitors who present their admission ticket to the Vatican Museums (within 7 days from the date of visit to the Vatican Museum) will be entitled to a reduced entrance fee to the Villa Farnesina

  • Sunday opening, on the second Sunday of every month from 9am – 5pm with guided tours.

For the schedule, go to the homepage

Reservations e-mail: tel.: +39 06 68 02 7268 Visitor Relations e-mail: tel. +39 06 68 02 72 68; e-mail: tel. +39 06 68027397 Web:
OPENING BY REQUEST The opening of the Villa Farnesina is granted to anyone who requests it, unless there is a special approval from the Management department. The reservation of the visit should be made at least 15 days in advance. The payment due must be received at least 10 days in advance of the date of the visit. It should be paid by bank transfer, to the Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei – Via Lungara 10-00165 Rome, specifying the date and time of the visit. For details on payment methods, please contact tel.: +39 06 68 02 73 97, e-mail: The stay in the Villa Farnesina cannot exceed 2 hours. For any cancellations made after payment, there is not refund. During the special visits by request, there will not be any special discounts.

Borgo Farnese

Arrangements for visits by elementary schools, middle schools, high schools and universities Elementary, middle and high schools as well as universities must arrange an appointment for their visit with the personnel working at the Villa Farnesina. There is a daily allowance of up to two classes of thirty students each. Schools must submit a list of their students on headed paper at the entrance. The maximum stay in the Villa Farnesina is 2 hours. Inside parking is prohibited for visitors.
Photographs and Video Pictures without flash are permitted. Video footage is prohibited both inside and outside of the Villa Farnesina, even during special openings. However, for reasons of personal study which are not linked to the production of material for public disclosure – such as publications, various objects illustrating the entities inside the Villa, or television programs – the Academy, at its discretion, may permit to take a limited amount of footage. In order to request permission for this, it must submit a letter, clearly stating their particular motives for study, addressed to Dr Virginia Lapenta ( The applicant should also deliver a copy of their material/project to the Academy. For photographs and video footage which contribute to the professional image of the Villa, it is necessary to request specific authorization from the Academy, who will examine the request, and upon accepting it, will activate the appropriate proceedings in accordance with current legislation.