The House Of The Vettii Reopens To The Public
After 12 years of closure, one of the most famous houses of the archaeological area of Pompeii, the House of the Vettii, reopens its doors to the public. The Domus, which has been subject to a series of complex restoration projects which for years have jeopardised visits, has undergone stabilisation works which have allowed us to reopen the entrance rooms, the atrium and surrounding cubicula, as well as the triclinium with its magnificent series of mythological frescoes.
At the same time as the reopening of the House of the Vettii, the entirety of Regio VI has been reopened to the public, in which the stabilisation works have been completed, carried out under the auspices of the Great Pompeii Project.
In the event of large visitor numbers, access to the house may be subject to quotas.
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