Reduced price: students, groups (at least 20 people) and associations with special agreement.
Free: children up to 10 y.o.; disabled people min 74% certified disability; religious; the clergy; members of armed forces; residents of the Ravenna municipality; certified touristic guides of Regione Emilia-Romagna; teachers in school trip groups (1 free on 10 students) – see also SCHOOL TRIPS SPECIAL. For groups other than schools 1 free on 20 people who pay.
Journalists can ask Opera di Religione della Diocesi di Ravenna for an authorisation to free entrance (to be asked in advance).
|Opening hours||From March until October||From November until February|
|Basilica of St. Vitale|
Mausoleo of Galla Placidia
Basilica of St. Apollinare Nuovo
last admission 18.45
last admission 16.45
|Archiepiscopal Museum and St. Andrew’s Chapel||9.00-19.00|
last admission 18.30
last admission 16.30
|Closed on Christmas and New Year’s Day|
Tickets and Book-shops
You can buy inclusive ticket at the ticket office of the following monuments:
Basilica and monuments in Ravenna are first of all places of worship, please keep a respectful behaviour during your visit. Groups are asked to keep a considerate and respectful behaviour inside the monuments sites.
We appreciate your keeping silence as a proof of respect towards holiness of the place and towards other people both worshippers and tourists.
Entrance to the monuments is allowed only to visitors properly dressed.
In order to ensure the best possible experience for visitors, we discourage the use of mobile phones inside the monuments. Please put your mobile phone on silent and use your electronic devices for video and explanations through headphones.
Baby changing tables are inside restroom in Basilica Saint Apollinare Nuovo and in Archiepiscopal Museum.
In the Basilica of Saint Vitale and Mausoleo of Galla Placidia there is an easy route for people with limited mobility. A Braille description is located at the entrance of the Basilica of St. Vitale.
St. Apollinare Nuovo: access for mobility impaired people.
Archiepiscopal Museum: access and rooms for mobility impaired people (including St. Andrew’s Chapel). Some rooms have braille descriptions and tactile boards.
Neonian Baptistery: access for mobility impaired people.
Battistero Neoniano: access for mobility impaired people.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND FILMING
Photograpy without flash and video recording is permitted in all the monuments for private purposes only using hand-held equipment.
The use of tripods, monopods, telescopic “selfie sticks”, flash and professional items is forbidden.
Video or photos for professional use require a special permission to be asked at email@example.com
PETS AND GUIDE DOGS
Access to the Diocesan Monuments is not permitted to dogs, even inside bags or kennels.
Access to guide and assistance dogs, on the leash, for visually impaired people and pet therapy certified animals is allowed
SUPERVISION AND PROTECTION OF THE ARTISTIC HERITAGE
In all the monuments touching artworks is strictly forbidden, except tactile items for visually impaired people.
Amplified microphones and loudspeakers are forbidden inside the monuments and in adjacent area.
Laser pointers are forbidden inside Diocesan Monuments.
“No smoking area” in all the monuments and adjacent area – including electronic cigarettes.
FOOD AND DRINKS
It is forbidden to consume food and drink inside diocesan monuments.
LOST & FOUND
In case of loss of personal belongings, visitor is advised to report it the nearest guard staff point to enable the object to be found.
In case the visitor has already left the monuments, it is possible to make a request for assistance by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that items found and not reclaimed by the end of the day will be placed in storage at the offices of Opera di Religione
In no event can the Opera di Religione be held responsible for the loss of personal belongings.
Opera di Religione is pleased to welcome families with children and strollers in tow. The guard staff will show visitors the easiest route. In the Archiepiscopal Museum and Basilica of St. Apollinare Nuovo there are restrooms for baby changing table.
Due to microclimate reasons, in case of heavy visitor traffic especially groups, a longer stay than 5 minutes inside Mausoleo of Galla Placidia and Neonian Baptistery is not permitted.
In order to ensure the best possible experience for visitors in the Medieval Room (Archiepiscopal Museum 2nd floor) only 6 people at a time are allowed.
CARDIO-PROTECTED MONUMENTS (AED)
The diocesan monuments are provided of Automated External Defibrillator equipped both for adults and children.
In particular AED are located at the ticket office of Basilica St. Vitale in via Argentario 22, Archiepiscopal Museum and Basilica of St. Apollinare Nuovo