Porta San Sebastiano is a gate in the amazingly well-preserved Aurelian Walls

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Museum of the Walls, Rome

Porta San Sebastiano is a gate in the amazingly well-preserved Aurelian Walls.

Porta San Sebastiano is a gate in the amazingly well-preserved Aurelian Walls. Inside and upstairs is a museum dedicated to the construction of the walls and their recent restoration. You can take a walk along the top of the walls.


Hours

Sun

9:00

14:00

Mon

Closed

Tue

9:00

14:00

Wed

9:00

14:00

Thu

9:00

14:00

Fri

9:00

14:00

Sat

9:00

14:00

About Museum of the Walls

 Via di Porta S. Sebastiano, 18, 00179 Roma, Italy

 +39 06 0608

 www.museodellemuraroma.it

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