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The Cinecittà visitor experience provides access to the Dream Factory and the great history of Italian and international cinema.


The museum area includes the exhibitions: Cinecittà Shows Off, Felliniana – Ferretti dreams Fellini, Shooting in Cinecittà and Backstage – A didactic route to, MIAC – Italian museum of moving images; and the gardens.

Set elements and sculptures demonstrating the essential work of set design and set dressing that characterises Italian cinema are dotted around the gardens of Cinecittà, including the Rocking Horse and the Fairy’s Carriage from Roberto Benigni’s Pinocchio (2002), the head of Venusia from Fellini’s Casanova (1976), the permanent set from the popular TV series Un medico in famiglia and a landscape setting.

The visit is self-guided and visitors may decide how to allot their time between watching the films, reading the information, admiring the photographs, interacting with the multimedia content and observing the sets and film sculptures in the gardens.

Individual visitors do not require booking for self-guided museum visits.  Tickets can be bought online at or at the ticket office in Via Tuscolana 1055.
The working production area of Cinecittà, with soundstages and sets, is not visitable.

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Groups of 14 individuals, or more, must write to to book entrance times or a guided tour.

The Educational Department has guided tours for a range of target groups, offering the possibility of personalizing every visit.

Check the educational offer for schools, themed tours for groups, VIP tours, accessible activities, suggestions for the families of Cinebimbicittà and for celebrating a Birthday at Cinecittà.

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Un medico in famiglia Set: the outdoor set is a self-guided visit.  The exterior of the villas may be viewed from the garden; it is not possible to go inside.  The interior scenes were shot on soundstages which are not open to the public.

Professional filming and/or commercial videos and copying of the works on display must be authorised by Cinecittà S.p.A.. Authorisation may be requested from:


Make sure that the entry stamp is visible until the end of the visit.

Silence should be observed in the exhibition halls.

No food or beverages are allowed in the exhibition halls.

No animals are allowed in the exhibition halls, except guide dogs for the visually impaired.

Smoking is not permitted indoors.

The exhibition has no cloakroom.

Limited baggage storage service is provided.

Amateur videos and photographs are allowed in all areas open to the public.

    Il tuo carrello

    Guided tours of the permanent set of Ancient Rome are available every weekend until April 14th.

    Contact to book.