The Musei Reali are an extended and well-structured institution, almost a fortress of history and art. Take your time to explore various itineraries and the works of greater interest through our online catalogue. Find all information on temporary exhibitions, tours, planned activities, special openings and workshops on our Calendar: these are information that can help you decide when to come and visit us, according to your interests and availability.

DISCOVER OUR OPENING HOURS

Before starting the visit, we suggest comparing the time you have at your disposal with the average time shown in the page dedicated to the suggested itineraries. Discover also our recommended guided tours. The visit at the Musei Reali starts from the Royal Palace with the state apartments, the Royal Armoury and the Holy Shroud.

It continues with the Savoy Gallery’s painting collections and with the Archeological Museum’s collections, which include the Roman Theatre’s ruins. The ticket is valid for the entire day and you’ll be able to enjoy a break in the gardens or at the Royal Café whenever you wish.

    • 9 am – 7 pm
      Tuesday – Sunday
    • 9 am – 6 pm
      Ticket Office opening hours
    • CLOSED
      Monday

    • FREE ENTRY
    • 8.30 am – 7 pm
      Tuesday – Sunday
    • CLOSED
      Monday

  • Visits to the monumental hall

Monday – Friday: 9 am – 6.30 pm;
Saturday: 9 am – 1.30 pm

Free Entrance

  • Opening of the study room

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 8.30 am – 6.30 pm,
Thursday and Friday: 8.30 am – 3.15 pm,
Saturday: 8.30 am – 1.30 pm

Access modalities and reservation for scholars

  • CLOSED
    Sunday

 

TICKETS

Buy our ticket online to avoid queues at the cashier’s desk. Like all state museums in Italy, we offer discounts and free tickets to some age groups and professional categories, verify here if they’re suitable for you.

15 € FULL PRICE TICKET

2 € REDUCED-PRICE TICKET
from 18 to 25 years old

FREE TICKET

  • Under 18
  • Persons with disabilities and their companion
  • Teachers with school groups
  • Tour guides with groups
  • Ministry staff
  • Possessori di Abbonamento Musei, Torino+Piemonte Card, tessera ICOM

PRACTICAL INFO

WHERE WE ARE
Main entrance Piazzetta Reale 1
Secondary entrance Piazza S. Giovanni 2

HOW TO REACH US
BY TRAIN

  • From Porta Nuova Station
    • By walk (1.4 km, 20 minutes): cross corso Vittorio Emanuele II and then Piazza Carlo Felice. Continue on Via Roma and up to Piazza Castello, pass the gate with the dioscuri statues and you’ll find yourself in Piazzetta Reale.
    • With public transport: means of transport that from Porta Nuova Station lead close to the Musei Reali are number 4 and number 11 (Bus stop in Via Sacchi, lateral exit on the left of the station). It is possible to get off at the Garibaldi bus stop or at the following Duomo-Musei Reali bus stop, in Via XX Settembre.
  • From Porta Susa Station
    • By walk (1,7 Km, 25 minutes): once you get out of the station, take Via Cernaia and continue on Via Pietro Micca and up to Piazza Castello. Continue on the left towards Piazzetta Reale.
    • With public transport: means of transport that from Porta Susa lead close to the Musei Reali are the numbers 56 and 13 (Bus stop in Piazza Castello), 51 and 57 (Garibaldi or Duomo-Musei Reali bus stops).

BY CAR

From the motorway exit or from the ring-road, follow the signs for the city centre.
The Musei Reali are in a ZTL (Traffic-Restricted Zone) area where cars cannot circulate in some time slots. Before arrival, verify these time slots on the Gruppo torinese Trasporti website and look for the nearest parking lot.

 

ACCESSIBILITY
ACCESS TO THE MUSEI REALI
The Musei Reali are, first of all, a big architectural structure, currently accessible from two entrances: the main one, that overlooks Piazzetta Reale towards Piazza Castello, and the lateral one, that overlooks Piazza San Giovanni, next to the Cathedral, behind the Bell tower. Both entrances allow access to the Ticket Office, the Royal Cafè and the Gardens.
Access to the Chiablese Halls that host the temporary exhibitions is without architectural barriers, just as the visit itineraries in the Halls themselves.
Access to the Royal Library is allowed only from Piazza Castello 191, where a fixed ramp, for wheelchairs, and a mobile one, activated from the customer services, are available.

ACCESS TO THE EXHIBITION
The visit itinerary is very extended: people with motor difficulties lacking their own deambulatory support, can ask the Ticket office for a wheelchair. The entrances are contained in the 3D map, where you’ll find other useful info concerning the visit.
Access to the Gardens through the Court of Honour of the Royal Palace has no architectural barriers.
Access to the visit itinerary is possible starting from the Royal Gardens, where a dedicated entrance lacking architectural barriers is available, and from which it is possible to reach two freely usable elevators (door measures 110 cm). This allows also to take the route in the direction of the Royal Palace‘s noble floor, from the New Wing‘s first floor that contains the collections of the Savoy Gallery and of the Archeological Museum.
Right now, the Royal Kitchens, in the basement of the Royal Palace, the King’s Apartment and Queen Elena’s Apartment in the basement are inaccessible to wheelchairs.
The exhibition halls of the Royal Library’s Vault are accessible thanks to platforms and elevators (door measures 80 cm), with the customer services assistance.
If interested in activities and material in support of the visit, specifically intended for people with disabilities, visit our page dedicated to the educational services .

ACCESSIBILITY TO THE RESTROOMS
Wheelchairs can access the restrooms along the exhibition itinerary: in the Holy Shroud’s Corridor, in the Savoy Gallery, in the Archeological Museum, in the Chiablese Hall and in the Royal Library and the restrooms that are outside the museum’s visit itinerary with entrance from the Court of Honour, into the Court itself and in the Gardens.

MUSEI REALI FOR ALL

PUBLIC SERVICES

Discover all services available during your visit

INCLUSION

The Musei Reali propose visit itineraries for people with special needs

GUIDED TOURS

To know all the royal collections’ secrets, discover our guided tours.

SUGGESTED ITINERARIES

To explore the Musei Reali in autonomy.

FAMILY ACTIVITIES

Share the Musei Reali’s magic with your children. The ticket is always free up to 18 years old.

GROUPS

It is compulsory to book the entrance:
groups 15 € per person (minimum 15 – maximum 25 participants)

It is compulsory to pay in advance.
For info and reservations call +39 011 19560449 or send an e-mail to info.torino@coopculture.it

SCHOOLS

Discover the Musei Reali’s school activities, modulated according to age and educational level.

Royal Palace ORGANIZE YOUR EVENT

ORGANIZE YOUR EVENT

The Royal Palace par excellence is also the perfect place for your private event.

Do you want to share your experience at the Musei Reali with others? You can tell your visit to your friends or other users through your social media: share stories, videos and images! By tagging us, you’ll give us important feedback that will help us to grow and improve. Here are our social accounts.
Your relationship with the Musei Reali, with the stories they tell and the heritage they conserve, doesn’t end here: discover the advantages that your active contribution could give to our history by becoming Friend of the Museums or Friend of the Gardens.
If possible, please participate in the future of the Museums also with more demanding forms of support.
In any case, hoping that your experience here at the Musei Reali met your expectations, we invite you to follow our calendar and our news by subscribing to our newsletter: we are sure that it will make you want to return.