From 3 February, imagination and culture will once again have a starring role. And, finally, they will be visitable once again. Cinecittà Studios reopens its immense historical and architectural heritage which has not stopped enchanting and fascinating since the late 1930s to the public. This setting, where the free expression of the imagination has been transformed into unforgettable stories for the Silver Screen, will safely open for visitors from Wednesday 3 February following the shift of the entire region of Lazio to yellow zone.

The exhibitions offered by Cinecittà Studios, created and promoted by Istituto Luce – Cinecittà, starting with Cinecittà si Mostra/ Cinecittà Shows Off , the permanent display that first brought the general public into the Studios and recounts the history and development of Cinecittà and Italian cinema, returns with a wide range of choice for visitors, including the guided tour of the open-air sets (Ancient Rome, Florence in the 1400s and the Temple of Jerusalem) which reveals behind the scenes secrets of making movies and TV series and the permanent routes Girando a Cinecittà/Shooting at Cinecittà, Backstage and Felliniana – Ferretti sogna Fellini providing a voyage into the imagination of the great masters of film and the genres of cinema.

MIAC, il Museo Italiano dell’Audiovisivo e del Cinema/ Italian Museum of Moving Images also reopens offering a voyage through 120 years of the history of Italian entertainment through video-installations and immersive installations.

A brand-new temporary exhibition marks the re-opening; Ri-tratto rosso – Elisabetta Catalano guarda Federico Fellini, in Teatro 1, recounts the dialogue between the film director from Rimini and the internationally renowned photographer, from Catalano’s very first photographs, on the set of Fellini’s 8 ½ to the distinctive and iconic portraits taken at the height of her career. This double tribute to the photographer and the genius of Italian cinema marks the closure of the Fellini Centenary celebrations by Istituto-Luce Cinecittà.

To properly celebrate the re-opening of Europe’s most famous film studios, Cinecittà si Mostra/ Cinecittà Shows Off is offering visitors the opportunity to visit all the museum routes on a single ticket at the special price of €15.

Furthermore, starting 10 February, a new promotion – Cinebreak – will be available every Wednesday – an initiative for those who would like to reward themselves at lunchbreak with a trip into the world of cinema: the €10 ticket, which includes the guided tour of the sets and access to all museum routes, is available for entrance at 1pm only.

Cinecittà si Mostra/ Cinecittà Shows Off is open from Monday to Friday, from10 am to 6.00 pm. The Ticket Office closes at 3.30 pm
The touring experience is divided into two distinct phases: the visit to the exhibitions in the historical buildings with a one-way path clearly indicated by the exhibition signage and the guided tour to the permanent sets.
Visitors may remain onsite until closing time.

11.00 guided tour in Italian (entrance from 10 am)
3.30 guided tour in Italian (entrance from 10 am)

For guided tours in English and French, please book by writing to
To change your scheduled time, please contact
The guided tour of the permanent open-air sets (Ancient Rome, Florence in the 1400s and the Temple of Jerusalem) lasts approximately 60 – 70 minutes.
Visitors may spend the time they wish on the exhibition routes.
To book special tours, VIP tours and open-air educational activities for children and family, contact

To respect current health protocols and optimise organisation, visit dates to Cinecittà si Mostra| Cinecittà Shows Off must be scheduled in advance by writing to
Tickets may be purchased online at or at the Ticket Office after booking by email.
Payment by credit or debit card is highly recommended.
Visitors who are in possession of tickets for a date when the site was closed may use the ticket with no further costs after contacting
Cinecittà si Mostra| Cinecittà Shows Off reserves the right to allow walk-in visitors to access the site last-minute when the daily capability permits.

Adults (aged 27 to 64) 15 euro – Children (aged 6 to 12) 7 euro.
Under 26/Over 65 13 euro.
Children under 5 anni free.

Family Ticket 40 euro (2 adults and 2 children (under 18 years). A family ticket may only be purchased from, it is not available online at TicketOne.

Open Ticket (no scheduled date) 15 euro adults 14,00 euro – children (aged 6 to 26): valid for 6 months from date of purchase. For information:

Visits to MIAC, Museo Italiano dell’Audiovisivo e del Cinema | Italian Museum of Moving Images is included in the purchase of the ticket to Cinecittà si Mostra.

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