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Sistine chapel questions

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We are arriving in Rome at 9:30am next Saturday and will only be there for two nights. On the Vatican website I can purchase tickets for Sistine Chapel at 3PM on Saturday. We are staying pretty close to the Vatican (Via Giulia) and we like to keep moving that first day, so i thought i might visit the place we missed on our last Vatican trip (did scavi tour and St. Peters and went up to the roof). My question is, if the ticket says 3pm will we get in at that time or will the entries be backed up by then? Our only other time frame would be early Monday morning and the only tickets available are at 11am, a little later than we want.

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