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“Museum under renovation”
Oct 5, 2017
“Construction”
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Piazza Augusto Imperatore | Campo Marzio, 00198 Rome, Italy
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Mausoleo di Augusto on Piazza Augusto Imperatore is still under intensive renovation. The "ruins" are completely fenced off and you can only see some of the information written on the timber boards outside. Do check the work completion time prior to visit this museum when...More

Thank YTCHENG
Reviewed 20 December 2017

This is still closed down and being restored, so as others have mentioned, you can just catch a place or two thru the fences. If you work your way all the way around, there is one pretty good view of the entrance.

2  Thank CFEIII
Reviewed 13 November 2017

Mausoleo di Augusto is full of history about a great personality. This is the "final resting place" of the man who changed the course of history in so many ways. Visiting it would be a wonderful experience if only to just be there. It's only...More

1  Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed 6 October 2017

Only a few stolen views through a fence are available. If this would be the only reason you head to this area, check and make sure the renovation is completed first.

Thank BDavis1236
Reviewed 19 August 2017

Will be closed for a while as the renovation will be extensive. You can still see much if the building and read the information boards. There are other interesting things in the area to see including The Ara Pacis - an alter of peace build...More

1  Thank Hemmo1968
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Forming the centre of a fascistic styled square, the Mausoleum of Augustus still stands above all else. It is not the size which is imposing, but the thought of touching, seeing and experiencing early Roman Imperial history. For the mausoleum, architecturally inspired by the traditional...More

Thank SEgberink
Reviewed 9 July 2017

You can stand and look at this building from outside as at present it is undergoing renovation. This is the original burial spot for the emporer Augustus so glad we saw it after seeing it on the map and seeking it out. There is a...More

Thank Hazel D
Reviewed 8 July 2017 via mobile

I've been there before, but this time I couldn't visit as it's undergoing important maintenance works so it's going to take a while before it's open to the public again. Instead, you can take a look at the Spartacus exhibition just around the corner. Another...More

Thank Cecilia D
Reviewed 28 June 2017

We stayed a block away and when we walked over to see it, we couldn't get close. It is undergoing renovations.

Thank Mo1962
Reviewed 28 June 2017

While it's certainly a thrill to be standing in the original burial spot for Augustus, it is currently fenced off and only partially visible from the streets around the Mausoleum.

Thank Scott L
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Response from CFEIII | Reviewed this property |
The mausoleum was being redone, I was there a few months ago and doubt if they have made major progress on it. Two sides had fences that covered up all but the top. If you walk around it, there is a way to walk into... More
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