Tickets for the Royal Museums of Turin

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Availability: From Tuesday to Sunday
Duration: 24 hours
Printed ticket only
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  • Visit the Royal Museums of Turin, one of the largest and most comprehensive museum complexes in Europe
  • Enjoy a fascinating itinerary through history art and nature
  • Explore the majestic museum complex and discover artifacts that date all the way to prehistory and up to the modern age
What to expect

The full ticket costs 15 euros; the reduced ticket costs 2 euros.
The price listed in the calendar includes operating costs.

The Royal Museums of Turin, located in the heart of the city, offer a fascinating itinerary through history, art and nature.

Their origin dates back to 1563 when Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia moved the capital of the duchy to Turin and started an immense urban transformation and an enrichment of the dynastic collections.
The complex is one of the largest and most comprehensive in Europe. Throughout its 55,000 square meters of exhibition space, over 3km of museum walk and 7 hectares of gardens, every visitor can discover artifacts and testimonies that date all the way to prehistory and up to modern age. The museum complex combines the Royal Palace, the Royal Armoury, the Savoy Gallery, the Museum of Antiquities, the Royal Gardens, the Royal Library, the Chiablese Halls and the Chapel of the Holy Shroud, brought together in a single compendium in 2014.

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What's included
  • The ticket includes admission to the Appartamento dinastico on the first floor of the Royal Palace, to the Armory, the Chapel of the Sacred Shroud, the Sabauda Art Gallery and the Museum of Antiquities
  • Turin city digital map by Musement
Reduced price


  • Eu citizen from 18 to 25 years of age

Free (with pre-sale fee):

  • Children (0-18)
  • Visitors with disabilities + an accompanying person
  • The staff of the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage
  • Holders of the Abbonamento Musei di Torino, Piemonte Card or ICOM card

Royal Museums of Turin

Meeting point:

How to reach the Royal Museums:

  • By tram or bus:

Bus stops n. 472 Castello in Piazza Castello, n. 423 Duomo-Polo Reale in Via XX Settembre, n. 204 XI Febbraio in Corso XI Febbraio.

  • By train:

From Porta Nuova railway station (15 minutes walk) take Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and proceed on Via Roma, up to Piazza Castello. From Porta Susa railway station (20 minutes walk) take Via Cernaia and proceed on Via Pietro Micca up to Piazza Castello.

  • By car:

From the highway exit, follow the road signs to the city center. Please remember that the Royal Museums are located in a restricted traffic area where cars are not allowed to transit.

What to remember
  • PLEASE NOTE: due to the Coronavirus situation, the opening and closing times of the museum will be the following, until further notice

    - Royal Palace, Royal Armoury and Chapel of the Holy Shroud from 10.00 am to 7.00pm (ticket office closes at 6.00pm)
    - Exhibition "Konrad Mägi. La luce del nord" in the Chiablese Halls from 10.00 am to 7.00pm (ticket office closes at 6.00pm)
    - Exhibition "Il tempo di Leonardo" at the Royal Library from 2.00pm to 6.00pm (ticket office closes at 5.00pm)

    The turnout will be regulated by following the instructions of the national authorities to avoid an excessive number of visitors in the hall. Audioguides will not be distributed, but visitors will be able to use the Musei Reali Torino app available for Android and iOS

  • From 16 April to 14 July 2019 the Museums will also host the exhibition 'Leonardo Da Vinci. Drawing The Future'
  • When purchasing a reduced or free ticket, it is always mandatory to show the document certifying the reduction at the ticket office, otherwise, you will have to buy the full ticket
  • Please remember to exchange your printed voucher for the official ticket at the Royal Museums' ticket office
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  • Open from Tuesday to Sunday
    From 9.00am to 7.00pm Appartamento dinastico on the first floor of the Royal Palace, the Armory, the Chapel of the Sacred Shroud, the Sabauda Art Gallery, the Museum of Antiquities
    From 8.30am to 700am Royal Gardens
    From 10.00am to 6.00am Chiablese Palace
    From 8.00am to 7.00am (Monday to Friday) and from 8.00am to 2.00pm (Saturday) Royal Library. The Royal Library is closed on Sundays but open on Mondays

  • Special Opening Days
    Palazzo Reale and Armeria - Mondays, May 13, 20, 27
    Palazzo Reale and Armeria - Mondays, June 3, 10, 17
    Monday, June 24
    Palazzo Reale and Armeria – Tuesday, June 25

  • Free Days
    The first Sunday of the month from January to March and from October to December
    2 June
    24 June
    Every Thursday from June 6 to October 17, from 5.00pm to 7.00pm

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