Piazza delle Erbe 38 (Restaurant Maffei) - 37100 Verona (VR)
The archaeological area in the basement of the “Maffei” restaurant conserves the remains of the Capitolium of Verona, the temple that was built in mid I century B.C. to celebrate the Capitoline Triad of Jupiter, Juno and Minerva.
History of research
The most ancient finds at the “Maffei” palace date back to 1975, when during the renovation of the building the General Direction for Archaeological Heritage was informed about the recovery of an old structure. The excavations were carried out between 1983 and 1984 and led to the discovery of the Roman archaeological remains that are the object of this visit.
I century B.C. (mid)
Admission: Negli orari di apertura; Visitability: Interno; Ticket: No;
School access
Opening Times
OnlyFriday12-14.30, 19.30-22.30
OnlyMonday12-14.30, 19.30-22.30
OnlySaturday12-14.30, 19.30-22.30
OnlyThursday12-14.30, 19.30-22.30
OnlyTuesday12-14.30, 19.30-22.30
OnlyWednesday12-14.30, 19.30-22.30
SummerSunday12-14.30, 19.30-22.30 (from 15 March to 15 October)

Recommended tour time (minutes): 20
Services for visitors
Educational Services
Information boards
Guided Tours