FAQ Musei Reali Torino
- Useful info
- Exhibition Itinerary
- Specific sections
- Ancillary services
- Further Information
What days is the museum open?
The whole complex is open from tuesday to sunday from 8.30am to 7.30pm (the exhibition itinerary is open from 9am to 7pm. The ticket office closes at 6pm).
For further information, see the page: Plan your visit.
How can I keep myself informed about the news and the appointments?
To know the news about the exhibitions, the events and the workshops, subscribe yourself to our newsletter and follow us on our social networks. For further information, visit the dedicated page newsletter and follow us social network. For further information, see the page: appointments.
What can I visit with the Musei Reali ticket?
The ticket is combined and includes all the rooms of the Royal Museums. The temporary exhibitions, housed in the Chiablese rooms, are not included. To know something more about the prices and the reductions, visit the page Tickets.
Is it possible to book the ticket online?
No, it is not. All you need to do is get to the ticket office the day of the visit and buy the ticket at the desk. It is possible to plan visits for school groups.
How can I pay?
At the ticket office it is possible to pay by credit card, cash and ATM card.
How long does the ticket last?
The ticket is valid for the whole day, it is possible to get in and get out from the Museums Complex as you like, during the day.
How long does it take to visit the museums?
The visit is totally free and its duration is at the discretion of the visitor. The average length of the visit is about 2h, for this reason we recommend you to buy the ticket in advance of the rooms closing time.
Is there a tourist guidebook within the exhibition itinerary?
Currently, there is no guidebook but there are some panels with captions inside the exhibition halls. You can find a free map of the area (link) at the ticket office, it can be downloaded before the visit, too.
Are there some Museums audioguides or apps for smartphones?
No, there are not. We do not have any media-device, for the time being.
Is the area accessible for visitor with disabilities?
The access to the exhibition itinerary is accessible for visitors with disabilities through elevators, platforms and stair lifts. For further information, visit the page Accessibility.
Is it possible to access to the Royal Gardens?
Yes, it is! The entrance is free. The Royal Gardens are open from Tuesday to Sunday from 8.30 am to 7.30 pm.
What are the Royal Library hours?
The Royal Library follows a different schedule, compared to the Royal Museums. For further information, visit the page Plan your visit.
Do you organize guided tours or didactic workshops?
Yes, we do. We organize guided tours and workshops for the public. For further informaton visit the page servizi educativi.
Are there some rest stops in the Museums?
Inside the Royal Museums you can find the “Caffetteria Storica” (historical cafeteria), you can get in the cafe even without the Museums ticket and is open from tuesday to sunday from 9am to 7pm. In the Cafeteria it is possible to take a break or have lunch during the visit.
Is there a bookshop?
No, there is not a bookshop yet. For further information about the Musei Reali publications, you can visit the dedicated page ufficio documentazione.
Is it possible to take photos or video recordings?
Photographs and videos are allowed for personal use only, without the use of flash, tripods and selfie stick. For videos and photos for commercial and professional use, visit the dedicated page.
Is there a cloakroom for bags, backpacks and strollers?
There is a cloakroom with lockers near the ticket office; you can leave your personal items here. The cloakroom is unattended and the capacity is subject to availability.
Strollers can be left unattended in the cloakroom area, within the limits of the available space.
Are animals allowed inside the Museums?
The access is allowed only for small dogs, it is necessary to hold them in arms or inside their pet carrier. The access for guide dogs for blind people and dogs for pet therapy is allowed, too.
Are there some combined touristic cards (public transportation+museums)?
The Royal Museums are part of the “Abbonamento musei e Torino+Piemonte card” dedicated to tourists. Public transportation may be included in “Torino+Piemonte card”. For further info www.turismotorino.org/card/.