General information

Entrance and visit

All our garden tours are guided, and our season runs from March to November inclusive.

After the tour, which lasts about 60 minutes, visitors are asked to leave the garden.

Italian-speaking guided tours depart every 10 minutes.

Our two English-speaking guided tours depart at 10.30 and at 15.30. If you wish to be part of such a tour, please book the time slot 10.30-11.00 or 15.30-16.00. Please note that in October and November the afternoon time slot is 15.00-15.30.

Please try to get to the departure point 15 minutes before your tour commences.

Baby strollers or prams are allowed, but visitors are asked to keep an eye out for low branches or other obstacles.


  • +39 378 3012866 (Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3.30 om to 5.30 pm)
  • +39 378 3012864 (from Tuesday to Friday from 7.30 am to 12.30)

Planning your visit

  • Booking online is easier and faster. If tickets are not sold out online, it may be to acquire them at the ticket office.
  • Booking and payment are acceptable until 23.59 on the eve of your visit.
  • Please book through PayPal, credit card or debit card.
  • Entrance contributions apply only on the chosen date and cannot be refunded. We advise special care in this regard.
  • Disabled visitors may pay on arrival at the ticket office. The contribution is € 8 p.p.
  • There is no charge for accompanied children under 12-years old, so they should not be booked.

Once in the garden

  • When you reach Ninfa, please show the booking confirmation which you will have received by email. This can be displayed in printed form or on your device (mobile or pad).
  • Guided tours are guaranteed even in the event of rain.
  • Lunches or picnics are strictly prohibited.
  • Dogs under 5kg in weight are permitted but must be kept on a short leash. Owners must be equipped with hygienic bags.
  • Ninfa has extensive parking for cars, coaches and campers.
  • Our shop sells books, comestibles and memorabilia, and refreshments and coffee are available. At the entrance of the Garden, a refreshment point will always be available for lunch. Reservations are recommended (0773.164.68.43 or email

Entrance Contribution

Visitor contributions make it possible for the Roffredo Caetani Foundation, as proprietor and manager of the garden, to conserve and develop it.

Adults€ 15,00
Children under 12-years old
Accompanied by an adult

Discounted Contributions
(Members of Fondo Ambiente Italiano(FAI), Lazio YOUthCard – EYCA, Società Dante Alighieri) 
Members must show their 2020 membership cards at the ticket office.


Visitors with a disability, plus one carer/friend/relative, payment on arrival  

€ 8,00 p.p.
Hortus conclusus
Optional, payment at the entrance
€ 2,00

Online booking fee € 0,50 for each contribution. The entrance contribution must be used for the chosen date and it can’t be refund.

For more than 10 people

Public opening days

JUNE2, 6, 7, 20, 21, 27, 28
JULY4, 5, 18, 19, 25, 26
AUGUST1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, 22, 23, 29, 30
SEPTEMBER5, 6, 12, 13, 19, 20, 26. 27
OCTOBER3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25, 31


9.00 – 18.00

9.00 – 18.30

9.00 – 15.30

How to find us


The Garden of Ninfa is located in Cisterna di Latin, in the province of Latina, between the villages of Norma and Sermoneta, 60 km south of Rome. The area is not served by public transport. You can get to the surrounding area by train and taxi service from the Latina Scalo station (circa 7 km).

The Caetani Castle of Sermoneta is about 30 minutes/9 km by car from the Garden of Ninfa.


At the Garden’s entrance there is a wide parking for cars, coaches and campers.

Via Provinciale Ninfina 68,
04012 Cisterna di Latina 
LT – Latina


From Napoli centrale or Roma Termini railway station, regional or intercity trains that stop at Latina Scalo.
From Latina Scalo railway station a taxi service to reach the Garden in 10 minutes/7km (Taxi +39 0773. 1747)


To reach the Garden of Ninfa by car from Rome, you can take the road S.S. 148 from the ring road and continue to the junction for Borgo Bainsizza. From Naples take the A3 highway towards Rome and exit at Frosinone.

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