At 500 mt from the railway station, Parco Villa Gregoriana preserves a rich heritage. It’s an unexpected Tivoli. A path in nature, history, archaeology and craft. A must-see destination of the Grand Tour and the most popular subject in the paintings portraying Tivoli. You can’t leave Tivoli without a visit to Parco Villa Gregoriana. Enjoy a visit on your own strolling between caves and narrow paths or book a guided tour to discover the rich history of this amazing place.
Parco Villa Gregoriana is open daily, with the following opening hours:
Last admission: 60 minutes before closing.
In order to book and to verify special openings and closures, please click here.
Closing times might be subject to variations in March and October, depending on the sunset. We recommend to contact the Property (ph. +39 0774 332650) for further information.
FAI members: free*
Children (6-18 years): €3
Children (0-5years): free*
University students under 26: €6
Residents in the municipality of Tivoli: €3
National Trust members, Bienfaiteurs Amis du Louvre members, people with disabilities + 1 companion: free*
Families (2 adults + children (6-18 years): €23
*with the exception of special events taking place, in which case only the price of the admission to the event will be charged
FAI members: €3
Reduced (aged 6-18): €6
Students aged 25 or under: €9
INTO – The International National Trusts Organization members (for more informations www.into.org/places/), Soci Mécènes e Soci Bienfaiteurs Amis du Louvre, ICOM, those with disabilities + 1 companion: €3
All prices are subject to variation during certain events.
Guided tours and ludic workshops specifically designed for school groups are also available.
For further information, click here.
Entrance from Largo Sant'Angelo.Exit and bookshop from the Temple of Vesta.
Highway Roma - L'Aquila A24, exit Tivoli and Castel Madama. Follow the signs for Tivoli, Villa Gregoriana.
The station is 5 minutes (400 m) from the entrance of Parco Villa Gregoriana.
From Rome, Ponte Mammolo, Tivoli bus stop.
Except for special weather conditions, Parco Villa Gregoriana in case of rain is regularly open to the public.
No refunds of tickets admitted.
Visitors with disabilities and, when applicable, their caregiver have free access, in accordance with M.D. 507/97 updated to M.D. 13/2019 and L.104/92.
A reduced ticket is required in case of guided tours, events and other additional services.
Guide dogs and therapy dogs with a training certificate for assistance to persons with disabilities are allowed, always on a leash.
Parco Villa Gregoriana is accessible to persons with intellectual disability thanks to the “Bene FAI per tutti” project in collaboration with L’Abilità.
Buying items can contribute concretely to support FAI.
A careful selection of books, items and merchandising is waiting for you, inspired by the place you have visited and the territory that hosts it; you will find a colorful assortment of FAI objects and food products made with the raw materials of our Goods: Marmalades from the ancient citrus fruits and extra jam of the prickly pears of the Kolymbethra Garden, extra virgin olive oil from the centuries-old olive trees of the Bay of Ieranto, honey from the hives of the Monastery of Torba.
FAI members will get 10% discount on all products!