By studying and preserving the past, our goal is to share the rich cultural heritage that has been handed down to us by making you participate in the first person. We invite you to observe the future with an eye always turned to the past through the analytical lens of our collection and our places of culture. The proposals are always innovative with events, educational meetings and temporary exhibitions aimed at intriguing and involving all types of public.
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Informiamo i gentili visitatori che NON è obbligatorio l’utilizzo di dispositivi di protezione delle vie respiratorie ma solo fortemente raccomandato. Per gruppi superiori a 5 persone la prenotazione è obbligatoria.


The places of culture belong to all of us: knowing and preserving them is a common mission

The Museum

The Archaeological Civic Museum opened in 2002 in the historic seat of Villa Adele, collects the main material evidence of ancient Anzio from its origins until the period of maximum splendor under the Roman Empire. Inside the exhibition space it is possible to see...

Roman Theatre

The small performance building on the hill of Santa Teresa was discovered and excavated in the late 1920s. Restoration works date back to the years of the Second World War and the fifties of the twentieth century. Given its small size, the theatre presents all the typical elements of this...

Area of the Imperial Villa

The coastal arch between the root of Capo d'Anzio and the small promontory of the Arco Muto constitutes the limit towards
sea of the imperial residence of Anzio. The place was initially occupied by a series of private domus intended for otium of exponents of the Roman aristocracy...

known as “Vallo Volsco”

The primitive settlement of Anzio is located on the hill corresponding to the current district of Santa Teresa and is certainly attributable to Latin populations as evidenced by the oldest burials located in Viale Severiano and along the coastal road, between the Santa Barbara barracks and the coast line...

Mulakia Tomb

The tomb was discovered and immediately looted in 1938 during excavations carried out for the extraction of sandstone blocks. Some of the material related to the grave goods, initially recovered, were then dispersed. On the small access pitch there are three sepulchral complexes: the one on the left...


The remains of the so-called "Cisternone", at the intersection
of Via Ardeatina and Via Tripoli are actually related to a cistern with several environments of the Roman imperial age. The structure is formed by a
large rectangular room supported by three internal pillars in stone blocks and outside...


We are always active to engage visitors in unique journeys through the secrets of history between present and past


Closed on Monday all day and Wednesday afternoon
Martedì 10:30 - 13:00 e 16:00 - 18:00
Mercoledì 10:30 - 13:00
Giovedì 10:30 - 13:00 e 16:00 - 18:00
Venerdì 10:30 - 13:00 e 16:00 - 18:00
Sabato 10:30 - 13:00 e 16:00 - 18:00
Domenica 10:30 - 13:00 e 16:00 - 18:00

Area of Villa Imperiale's opening hours
10:30 - 13:00 e 16:00 - 18:00
Open only Friday, Saturday and Sunday

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