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Cinecitta Si Mostra - Shows Off

Via Tuscolana 1055, 00173 Rome, Italy
+39 06 7229 3265
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The huge success of "Cinecitta Shows Off" confirmed his values and convinced the studios to proceed the project which grows up and gets new: more spaces dedicated to sceneries, completely new the part of the costumes and some accessories exposed in the dedicated spaces. Cinecitta Shows Off traces the history of Cinecitta: scenes, costumes, sets, characters – actors, directors, producers – who passed through what we called The Dream Factor. The new area "Backstage" is an educational and interactive environment to discover the world of film making. The exhibition is open every day (closed on Tuesday) from 9.30 am to 6.30 pm (ticket office close at 5.30 pm). To buy tickets, click here. Cinecitta also allows guided tours of permanent sets, with the purpose of cultural entertainment. For our customers, we propose different kind of visit that offers the unique opportunity discover "behind the scenes" a real film production company.Going through the gate that separates the real world from wonderland, you get the feeling of being in contact with a legend understanding why it's called the Factory of Dreams. The same feeling that charmed Fellini and that convinced Scorsese to shoot right at Cinecitta his Gangs of New York and still allows a lot of directors to work with us.
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  • Average18%
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  • Terrible11%
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“italian cinema” (11 reviews)
“film buffs” (8 reviews)
“outdoor sets” (7 reviews)
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Via Tuscolana 1055, 00173 Rome, Italy
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+39 06 7229 3265

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is situated exactly in front of the exit of the metro station. Very nice place and if you like movies especially Rome series, you will love this place. The tour is included in the entrance ticket. Really satisfied. Would recommend to anyone.

Thank Howard W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Spent a fascinating 5 hours here. Easy to get to: the Metro stops right outside. There is plenty to see at this film studio started in the 1930s. As the Italian economy rose from the ashes of WWII, local film makers were ironically making realist...More

Thank djm143
Reviewed 1 January 2018

This was a fascinating place to visit. I am, admittedly, a fan of Italian cinema from the neo-realists to Fellini to the more modern Gomorrah and the Best of Youth. However, the museum is really well put together, includes fascinating exhibits like the original drawings...More

Thank David T
Reviewed 21 November 2017

As a big fan of the old Clint Eastwood/Sergio Leone westerns, I had to visit this place. It was an interesting tour that blew my mind when I saw some of the sets that shows like Rome were filmed at. It's an easy ride there...More

Thank Todd K
Reviewed 19 November 2017

easily accessed from Rome on the metro (1.5 euro each way) We went on the english speaking tour with only 4 other people. Our guide was very informative and even managed to sneak us onto a set which was being built for the Italian version...More

Thank foodloverclassic
Reviewed 30 October 2017 via mobile

My wife and I took a metro ride to Cinecitta whilst stsying in Rome and were not sure what to expect. We were treated tons guided tour of the sets of Italian TV series and also the BBC series 'Rome'. Well worth a trip if...More

Thank Stefano B
Reviewed 28 October 2017 via mobile

To the homage of Federico Fellini, I visited this place finally. So glad that I had a chance to visit the Teatro 5 which was the second home of Fellini in the past. I am a fan of Italian post war movies so when I...More

Thank BatesLau
Reviewed 30 September 2017 via mobile

We looked forward to seeing where all the great Italian films were made and true, we learned about directors and actors we hadn't heard of. That said, the manner of presentation was problematic. Overlapping visuals in over-designed areas competing with each other made information hard...More

Thank centering
Reviewed 5 September 2017

Expensive to enter it was worth it. We spent five hours in a fascinating world of make believe. The English tour with Roberta was informative and fun. There is a clean picnic area (usually used for school groups but we had it to ourselves) and...More

Thank Jerusalemmiriam
Reviewed 30 July 2017 via mobile

I don't get why this isn't more popular. So many wonderful films were filmed here, including Ben-Hur (original and remake), Cleopatra and Roman Holiday. Not to mention Italian masterpieces like La Dolce Vita and Nuovo Cinema Paradiso. They have two buildings with expositions, one about...More

Thank Ana C
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Lynntravels83
26 April 2017|
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Response from CAT-TEO-DVD | Reviewed this property |
Between 1 and 1,30 hours. The tour is divided in two parts. 1 guided tour on external studios to see scenographies 2 free tour to see the museum with movie posters, short trailers and costumes.
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ex-lakesguy
19 March 2015|
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Response from kony21 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Kevin didnt realise you cant add a website link here if you google it and go on the website and select the box office tab it will bring up a list of the opening times and guided tour times too. we turned up at 11 and did... More
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Jessieko
27 February 2015|
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Response from kony21 | Reviewed this property |
€20 per person with the guided tour! Think it was a 10% discount if you had a train ticket too!
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