The “Central Archaeological Area” can be described as a rich plot of architectural signs, levels and backgrounds merged in a complex and articulate portrait. In this peculiar context, the modern excavations have revealed the ancient web, whose interpretation is still an interesting subject matter for the insiders because it is still simply unsolved. The limits, the spatial and temporal sequences between the site’s functional units are still unclear. In order to understand and to proceed through the musealization of this area, it is necessary to investigate and to discover the archaeological site original shape and function. Regarding the “Central Archaeological Area”, the most chaotic and unknown part is definitely the one which is around “Largo Corrado Ricci” and Massenzio’s Basilica, where spot excavations have revealed its correlation – already investigated by Gian Battista Nolli during the XVII century and by many other ontemporary Archaeologists like Andrea Carandini – to the imperial age architectural complex known as “Templum Pacis”. “Foro della Pace”, erected in the 75 a.c. under the Emperor Vespasian reign, has been a fundamental reference for the following urban development of the entire system of the “Fori imperiali”, being regarded as the “hinge” or the “connection” between the old “Suburra” and the heart of the town itself: the Foro. The time has deleted any trace of its presence, reducing all its majesty to a few wrecked ruins reemerged only after recent excavations. Since the early stages, to approach this project based on such a fragmented complex, our priority was to return to this site its unity and its original appearance that has gone lost during the ages. Technically, the first step we have been through was about redefine the boundaries and the original path of “Via dei Fori”. We have restored the edges and the extension of the various ancient squares, Fori, aiming to give the right reading to the entire archaeological site, without distortions and alterations to the footprints impressed during the various ages, whose contribution have been fundamental to the characterization of the “Central Archaeological Area” itself. Our project is mainly focused on the “Foro della Pace” area, stressing and relying on its key role in the articulated system represented by the “Fori Imperiali” site, aiming to restore its original shape and enhance the ancient dimensions of the “Foro di Vespasiano” by unearthing a larger part of it, the one that has been buried and hided underneath the surface during the centuries. The project has soon become an on-site musealization of the “Foro della Pace” in which have been collected and reorganized a large number of fragments belonging to the ancient marble composition called “Forma Urbis”. Dimensionally modest, located in an already congested area, our project has been deployed on a middle level, between the archaeological layer and the pedestrian ground of “Via dei Fori Imperiali” with the aim to link, through a shared “historical walkway”, ancient squares and buildings that lies on different levels, that have been detached both physically and ideally for ages. Through this project, we aimed to strengthen the role of the so called “Tempio della Pace”, that acts as a hinge for all the surrounding architectures, restoring the connection to the inaccessible “Romolo’s Temple”, bonding element with the “Holy Way”, and by reopening the old path of “Via ad Carinas”, connection axis to the “Foro Romano”. This very last part of our project, have been possible by the musealization of the level where all the supporting structures of Massenzio’s basilica are located and by the restoration of an old entrance through an historical opening. The restoration and the musealization project of the “Central Archaeological Area” can be described as the proposal to give a new life and a new meaning to this unique historical and architectural complex, removing its ambiguity and restoring its ancient beauty already witnessed in the writings of Plinio il Vecchio and Svetonio.