פורום אוגוסטוס (בלטינית: Forvm Avgvsti) הוא פורום אשר נבנה על ידי הקיסר אוגוסטוס בראשית תקופת הפרינקיפט של רומא העתיקה ושימש בשיאו כמבנה מרכזי בחיים הציבוריים של העיר. אוגוסטוס (אז עוד בשמו המקורי - אוקטביאנוס) נדר להקים מקדש לאל המלחמה הרומי, מארס, בעת קרב פיליפי (שנת 42 לפנה"ס). סווטוניוס תיאר את ההחלטה על בניית הפורום בביוגרפיה של "אוגוסטוס האלוהי":
Fabio Telarico | נוב׳ 4, 2017
Honestly, I was not particularly amazed from this monument. Even though I can recognise its immense architectural and historical value, I just didn't get that fascination.
Rômulo Vasconcelos | מרץ 21, 2018
Located on the opposite side of the Foro Romano, this Foro is not so large, but very impressive too. You don't have to pay to visit it from the balcony on the avenue. At night the place is iluminated and very beautiful to see. Its columns and central building are quite well preserved (remember it's age and what it endured since its construction) and impressive.
Robert Paflitzko | דצמ׳ 3, 2017
I stayed down the road from this ruin. The lights at night illuminate the whole place, and I think there is a laser show at times. Most of it looked like they were doing some preservation to it on the back side of it near the Forum Hotel. One side has some bleachers so you can see and look at it. It is a large section of a city block, and to walk all the way around it will take about 15 mins. It was built to honor Mars and I believe the Romans met here before battle.
Alessandro Bonafini | ינו׳ 18, 2018
One of the most important point of artistic and historical interest in the world. This forum was builted by the emperor Ottaviano Augusto, the first and the most important emperor of Rome. Nowadays you can see olny the ruins because of several attacks in the history, but here if you search on YouTube some Rome rebuilding videos you can understand how this place was important. I suggest to visit this one by nighy, with the lights on it becomes very suggestive and exciting.
Deborah Wickens | אוק׳ 20, 2017
The evening light show here is great. Entertaining & learned lots not just about the forum but the empire.