Opening hours | How to visit

Opening hours

The new opening hours will be in place from June 19th until an unknown date due to the
Covid-19 emergency.

Friday 15.30-20.30
Saturday and Sunday 10.30-20.30

Please note that tickets are sold until 1 hour before closing time

Pre-booked tours for groups and schools

  • On opening days
  • Tuesday and Thursday 10 a.m. > 4 p.m.
  • Wednesday  10 a.m. > 1 p.m.

Info Group Visits

Info School Visits

Closed

Every Monday

December 25th | January 1st

Easter Sunday

April 25th | May 1st | August 15th

Rules

We recommend all visitors to abide by the rules of the Museum and to behave respectfully to other visitors.
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Non-guided visit

  • Individual visitors with valid ticket
  • On opening hours
  • Visit duration | 90 minutes

Programmed guided tours – italian

  • With the purchase of the ticket for single visitors
  • Friday at 17.00 and at 19.00
  • Saturday and Sunday at 11.00, 17.00 and 19.00 .
  • Duration 1 hour
  • Price: €5
  • To request your reservation please call 050 8057880 (available also with text
    messages on WhatsApp).
  • Groups must not exceed 10 persons per guided tour.

Free thematic guided tours – italian

Free thematic guided tours are SUSPENDED

Visiting our museum during the Covid-19 emergency

The use of the mask covering mouth and nose is mandatory during the entire stay in the museum.
Visitors’ temperature will be taken at the entrance. It is recalled that people with body temperatures equal or above 37.5 degrees are prohibited from entering, as well as the lacking of the mask.
Entrance will be subjected to the new restrictions due to the Covid-19 emergency, and it will be based on the capacity of our exhibition’s rooms as well as the new social distancing regulations.
Those in possession of a purchased online ticket can skip the queue at the ticket office and head to the entrance of the exhibition.
It is possible to reserve your entrance by calling 050 8057880 (available also with text messages on WhatsApp). The reservation is NOT mandatory.
It is important to underline that the access will be granted only if the number of visitors does not exceed the maximum capacity of our exhibition on the base of the new Covid-19 restrictions.

Prices

Full ticket 10€

Free

  • children up to 6 years old
  • visitors with disabilities and escorts
  • tourists guides and tour leaders
  • teachers
  • journalists with a press card, upon accreditation
  • staff of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage
  • university students in archaeology, restoration and arts
  • Archaeology and Archaeological Restoration graduates
  • ICOM members

Reduced ticket 8€

  • groups of more than 10 people
  • people over 65 years of age
  • university students with valid student ID
  • Unicoop Firenze associates
  • CRAL
  • Other affiliations

Reduced ticket 5€

  • people resident in the Municipality of Pisa
  • people between 6 and 18 years of age
  • schools

Family ticket 20€

  • max. 2 adults and 3 children between 6 and 18 years of age

Year-long ticket with unlimited entrances

Full ticket 40€

 

Reduced 20€

residents and Pisa University students living in Pisa

It entitles to

Reduced 8€ ticket for an escort

10% bookshop discount

Priority access to free lectures

Free entrance on the following days

(unless coinciding with Mondays, for the following categories of visitors)

  • FEBRUARY 14TH | Valentine Day | 2×1 ticket for couples
  • FEBRUARY 15TH | Galileo Galilei’s birth anniversary | residents in the Municipality of Pisa
  • MARCH 8th | Women’s Day | all women
  • MARCH 25TH | Pisa New Year’s Day | residents in the Municipality of Pisa
  • JUNE 17TH | San Ranieri | residents in the Municipality of Pisa
  • Last Saturday of June  | The Battle on the Bridge | residents in the Municipality of Pisa
  • JUNE | Palio of the Ancient Maritime Republics | residents in the Municipality of Pisa

Mandatory booking for groups

Groups > booking fee 20€

Compulsory earpieces – Rental 1.5 € per person at the bookshop

Services

Accessibility

The “Museo Le Navi Antiche di Pisa” is completely accessible.

Cloakcroom

Free of charge. It is located at the entrance. Umbrellas, big backpacks and bags must be deposited. We provide a cloakroom for groups and schools.

Toilets

Close to the entrance. Accessible to visitors with disabilities.

Nursery

A designated space for breastfeeding and taking care of your babies, by the cafeteria. Changing tables can be found in the toilets.

Information Desk

At the ticket office.

Earpieces

At the bookshop.

Audioguides

At the ticket office. Available in Italian, English, French, Russian and Chinese. Rental fee: 5€. Available until 4:30 p.m.

Cafeteria

At the entrance, next to the bookshop.

Bookshop

At the entrance. It provides homing devices in different languages as well as books on archaeology and the history of the excavations and restoration of Pisa roman ships.

We are here

Lungarno Ranieri Simonelli, 16, 56126 Pisa PI
DD (decimal degrees) > latitude 43.714948 | longitude 910.392573