Admission fees and opening times


Useful information for visitors of the Valley of the Temples and the “Pietro Griffo” Archaeological Museum

Valley of the Temples

Archaeological Park
  • Opening times:
    • week-days: 08.30 a.m. – 22.00  (exit by 23.00)
    • public holidays and pre-holidays: 08.30 a.m. – 23.00  (exit by 24.00)
  • Admission ticket::
    • Price: € 10,00 per person
    • Concession: € 5,00 per person
    • Free admission for everybody: the first Sunday of the month. (Not valid in the summer of 2021 because of Covid-19 restrictions).
Valley of the Temples and Archaeological museum
Combined ticket::
  • Price: € 13.50 per person
  • Concession: € 7 per person
  • Free admission for everybody:: the first Sunday of the month. (Not valid in the summer of 2021 because of Covid-19 restrictions)
Valley of the Temples Park and Kolymbetra gardens
Combined ticket::
  • Price: € 15 per person
  • Concession: € 9 per person
  • Free admission for everybody: the first Sunday of the month. (Not valid in the summer of 2021 because of Covid-19 restrictions)

Archeological museum

“Pietro Griffo” regional archeological museum
Opening times:
  • Monday to Saturday: 9.00 a.m. – 19.00
  • Sundays and public holidays: 9.00 a.m. – 19.00
Admission ticket:
  • Price € 8,00 per person
  • Concession € 4,00 per person
Valley of the Temples and Archaeological museum
Combined ticket::
  • Price: € 13.50 per person
  • Concession: € 7 per person )
  • Free admission for everybody: the first Sunday of the month. (Not valid in the summer of 2021 because of Covid-19 restrictions)

Notice


REDUCED TICKET (50% discount):
  • European Union citizens only, between 18 and 25, upon showing passport or ID
FREE ADMISSION:
  • European and non-European citizens under 18
  • tour guides from EU countries practicing their professional activity;
  • tour interpreters from EU practicing their professional activity;
  • members of ICOM (international council of museums);
  • members of iccrom (international organization for the conservation of cultural heritage);
  • reserved school groups from European union schools, accompanied by one teacher every 10 students;
  • teachers and students of faculties of architecture, conservation of the cultural heritage, education sciences, and degree courses in the arts, or in literary subjects with a specialization in archaeology or art history, in humanities faculties of universities from the European Union;
  • students enrolled in these specializations of faculties of architecture, conservation of the cultural heritage, education sciences, and of degree courses in the arts, or in literary subjects with a – specialisation in archaeology or art history, in humanities faculties of universities and doctorate students in the aforementioned disciplines;
  • socrates and erasmus students of the aforementioned disciplines;
  • teachers and students of fine arts academies from the European Union;
  • teachers of art history in upper secondary schools;
  • students of the following schools: istituto centrale del restauro, opificio delle pietre dure, scuola per il restauro del mosaico;
  • journalists in the Italian national register or any other journalist from a foreign country, only for work purposes and according to a valid document proving the given professionalism;
  • disabled persons and a companion;
  • members of volunteer work associations of the cultural heritage