The Carcer Tullianum is the oldest prison in Rome, for many centuries a maximum security prison for Rome's enemies awaiting execution. Also known since the Middle Ages as Mamertine Prison, it is the place where, according to tradition, the Apostles Peter and Paul lived their last days before being martyred.
You can then visit the Capitoline Museums located a few steps from the Carcer Tullianum whose birth dates back to 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV gave the Roman people a group of bronze statues of great symbolic value.
Finally, you can explore the center of the Eternal City accompanied by our Vatican&Rome Multimedia Audio Guide, available in six languages.
With just one ticket you can visit the Carcer Tullianum, discover the marvelous collections of the Capitoline Museums and explore the center of Rome with our innovative Vatican&Rome Audioguide.
To listen to the audio guide you will need to download our Vatican&Rome App from the App Store or Play Store
Place of exchange and issue of the ticket
Address and opening time
Carcer Tullianum - Clivo Argentario
Capitoline Museums - Piazza del Campidoglio, 1