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The Last Days of Pompeii

The Immersive Exhibition

Immerse yourself in the city that was the symbol of the rising power of the Roman Empire. Discover the city and experience first-hand the tragic end that the fury of Vesuvius had in store for them.

A select collection of original archaeological pieces will take you back to that moment in the autumn of 79 when time stood still at the foot of Vesuvius. Enjoy an extraordinary virtual adventure, stroll through the Villa of the Mysteries, interact with its treasures, its paintings, the water in its atrium and the cool breeze in the peristyle of the house. You will also be the protagonist of a fight between gladiators facing numerous beasts!

Live the experience!

Opening hours
Monday from 16:00h to 20:45h
Tuesday to Thursday from 10:00h to 20:45h
Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00h to 21:45h
Sundays from 10:00h to 20:45h
*There will be no screenings from Tuesday to Friday between 13:15h and 16:45h.

General admission: 18,40€ / 23,40€*.
From 13 to 64 years old.

Senior ticket: 16,40€ / 20,40€*.
Adults > 65 years old

Junior ticket: 14,40€ / 16,40€*
From 3 to 12 years old

Children’s ticket: Free
Children under 3 years old

Family pack 3: €46,20 / €55,20
Minimum 1 junior (3 to 12 years old) in the group.

Family Pack 4 or more (proportional rate will apply) 57,60€ / 69,60€*.
Minimum 1 junior (3 to 12 years old) in the group.

Groups > 10 people: 12,40€ / 15,40€*.
Price per person

Special groups: 40% discount.
Disabled, unemployed, youth card holders and large families.


WEEKDAY PRICE from Tuesday to Friday / *WEEKEND PRICE (Saturdays, Sundays and holidays)

DISCOUNT on general admission.
MONDAY MAD spectator’s day on all screenings.
Price per ticket: 14,40 Eur. All audiences.

> Timetables and prices are subject to change without prior notice due to changes in the programme or due to holidays.

Immersive Room

In the immersive room, with 1,200 m2 of projection, you will live a unique experience as you walk through the streets of Pompeii and discover its neighbourhoods, shops, entertainment venues, public spaces and temples.

Virtual Reality

In the largest virtual reality room in Europe (50 seats with VR goggles + headset) you will enter an amphitheatre crowded with an expectant audience in a chariot where you will witness a thrilling gladiator fight.

Metaverse Room

MAD inaugurates its Metaverse Room, where you will become a virtual avatar and will be able to walk freely and interact with the space visiting the famous Villa of the mysteries.

Exhibition Room

In the exhibition areas you will receive information about Pompeii and the Roman Empire, an introduction to understand the period and an exhibition of original pieces and replicas.

The exhibition professionals


Míriam Huéscar (Murcia 1989)

She holds a degree in Art History and a Master’s degree in Production and Management of Artistic Projects. Expert in Cultural Management and Audience Strategy, her professional career revolves around exhibition design and art curatorship, where she combines different technologies with didactic and informative purposes.

In recent years, she has advised on the influence of classical culture on contemporary art projects, as well as on innovation projects applied to culture for the development of new audiences.

Screenwriter and historical advisor

Nacho Ares (León 1970)

He holds a degree in Ancient History from the University of Valladolid and a Certificate in Egyptology from the University of Manchester. He has dedicated his whole life to the dissemination of history through television and radio programmes, historical novels and essays.

He has been director of Revista de Arqueología, has published more than 300 articles in magazines and was a reporter on the television programme Cuarto Milenio.

Director and presenter of the programme SER Historia (SER channel), he is curator of our international exhibition “Tutankhamun, the immersive exhibition” and scriptwriter for “The last days of Pompeii”.

Collaborating Company

Produced by AMC Networks International Southern Europe, Canal HISTORIA, a leader for more than 10 years among pay-TV documentary channels in Spain. It offers the most prestigious and exciting documentary series on television and is committed to its own production (‘Piratas en Baleares’, ‘Al-Andalus, el Legado’, ‘Encadenados’) to reveal to the viewer the keys to our past.

It is distributed on the main pay TV platforms: Movistar Plus+ (82), Orange TV (55), Vodafone TV (103), Euskaltel (31), R (52), Telecable (51), CLICtv and Cable Local.