The Gladiator Museum is located in the Italian capital of Rome, between the Piazza del Popolo and the Roman City Museum. It is a testimony to the history of ancient Rome. There are many helmets and vests of ancient Roman armies and gladiators that have been accurately remade in the hall.
There are hundreds of helmets, armors, shields and other items on display in the museum, vividly reproducing the historical trajectory from the seventh century BC to the fourth century AD.
Be sure to visit this museum. These products are completely foreign and curious to us.
The largest arena, admiring the wisdom of the ancient Romans, can hold up to 80,000 people!
This is basically deceiving boys and children, and selling souvenirs is the main service. It’s a bit boring without air conditioning in summer. If you go to Piazza Navona, just drop by. It’s not worth going there, just buy tickets on site!