✓Architect Richard Meier's Ara Pacis Museum is the only major contemporary structure to have been built in the historic center of Rome since World War II.
✓Choose from regular admission or admission plus the Spartacus Exhibition, (or simply check out the Spartacus Exhibition!).
✓If you were living in Rome 2,000 years ago, you would now be very, old. But also importantly: you would've been alive during the time of Augustus, the first Roman Emperor (and grand-nephew of Julius Caesar). His reign ushered in a period known as the (The Roman Peace) a two-century long period when the Roman Empire was largely free from large-scale conflict.
✓The Ara Pacis ('Altar of Peace') was Augustus's way of declaring his commitment to peace. See the 'Altar of Peace', originally inaugurated in 9 BC and then buried for centuries, plus loads more as you walk right into living history.
✓Opt for a ticket with the Spartacus Exhibition included and learn about the gladiator who terrorized Rome and held the great Roman army at bay for three years.
✓Explore 11 different areas and 250 amazing archaeological finds! Afterward, you too will be declaring " am Spartacus!"