The Basilica of Saint Clement is a Latin Catholic minor basilica dedicated to Pope Clement I located in Rome, Italy. Archaeologically speaking, the structure is a three-tiered complex of buildings: the present basilica built just before the year 1100 during the height of the Middle Ages; beneath the present basilica is a 4th-century basilica that had been converted out of the home of a Roman nobleman, part of which had in the 1st century briefly served as an early church, and the basement of which had in the 2nd century briefly served as a mithraeum; the home of the Roman nobleman had been built on the foundations of republican era villa and warehouse that had been destroyed in the Great Fire of AD 64.Download Download See more
Mon - Sat: 9 am - 12:30 pm, 3 pm - 6 pm
Sun, holidays: noon - 6 pm
Excavations are open at the same times except for Sun, when they open at 12:15 pm.
Last entrance to the excavations is 30 min before closing.
Free entry to the basilica.
Students (under 26), Children (under 16, without parents): €5
Children (under 16 with parents): free
Note: The visitors should wear appropriately modest attire when visiting basilica.
Official Website http://www.basilicasanclemente.com/
Phone +39 06 774 0021
Address Via Labicana 95, 00184 Roma, Italy
Coordinates 41°53'21.547" N 12°29'51.243" E