From 10 January 2022, a SUPER GREEN PASS (i.e. the certificate issued following vaccination or recovery from COVID) will be required to visit museums and other cultural sites. This provision does not apply to persons under twelve years of age or to persons exempt from the vaccination campaign. Here the text (in Italian) of the Decree: DECRETO-LEGGE 24 dicembre 2021, n. 221, recante “Proroga dello stato di emergenza nazionale e ulteriori misure per il contenimento della diffusione dell’epidemia da COVID-19”
For visitors from countries that have not adopted the COVID-19 Super Green Pass certificates, it is possible to access the Roman National Museum with an equivalent certificate, containing the same information as the COVID-19 Super Green Pass certificate, and which, in case of vaccination, attests the use of one of the vaccines authorized in Italy (Comirnaty of Pfizer-BioNtech, Vaxzevria of Astrazeneca , Janssen of Johnson & Johnson and Moderna), and a valid identity document.
Certificates will be accepted exclusively in Italian, English, French or Spanish, or accompanied by a certified translation (Order of the Minister of Health of June 18, 2021).
Attention: in case of impossibility to show the indicated documentation, it will not be possible to allow access to the National Roman Museum and the ticket will not be refunded.
For more information: www.dgc.gov.it