Palazzo Madama is one of the most monumental buildings representative of Piedmont. Today, Palazzo Madama houses the Museum of Ancient Art, whose collections include more than 70,000 works dating from the Middle Ages to the Baroque: paintings, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts, ceramics and porcelain, gold and silverware, furniture and fabrics that bear witness to the richness and complexity production of ten centuries of Italian and European art.
Single ticket valid all day for the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions. Tickets: Full Price Reduced Price: visitors over 65; visitors from 10 to 25 years old; members of associations recognized by Fondazione Torino Musei; groups of at least 20 visitors, upon reservation (a single tour leader, who acts as the contact person, is granted free admission) Free tickets: minors under the age of 10; persons with disabilities and a member of the family, or an accompanying person who can prove affiliation with the social welfare services; school classes of all grades, whether public or private, upon reservation (accompanying school staff enter free of charge as follows: for nursery and elementary schools: 1 tour leader for every 10 students or fraction of 10 for the first and second years of lower secondary school: 1 tour leader for every 15 students or fraction of 15 groups of students from all university faculties, fine-arts academies and academies of music on study tours, upon reservation; accompanying teachers enter free of charge; active directors of the Founding Institutions; directors and curators of Italian and foreign museums; managerial staff of the Ministry of Cultural Heritage; staff of Fondazione Torino Musei and of the Cultural Services Division of the City of Turin; professional journalists; licensed tourist guides; members of the Amici della Fondazione Torino Musei and other affiliated museums with equal and reciprocal concessions; holders of ICOM cards valid for the current year. holders of the Abbonamento Musei / Torino Card and other promotional cards offered by the local authorities PLEASE NOTE: Service fees (pre-sale and online booking fees), as well as fees for temporary exhibitions happening during your visit are due for ANY KIND OF TICKET as well as for free admission days. When picking up a reduced or free ticket, you will be asked for a document proving your right to the price reduction.
Palazzo Madama Piazza Castello - 10122, Torino Palazzo Madama is one of the most monumental buildings representative of Piedmont. Today, Palazzo Madama houses the Museum of Ancient Art, whose collections include more than 70,000 works dating from the Middle Ages to the Baroque: paintings, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts, ceramics and porcelain, gold and silverware, furniture and fabrics that bear witness to the richness and complexity production of ten centuries of Italian and European art. OPENING HOURS: Open from Tuesday to Saturday: 10am to 6pm; Sundays: 10am to 7pm. The ticket office closes an hour before closing time. Closed Mondays. Admission free on the first Tuesday of every month (if not holiday). Reservations must be made with a minimum of 1-day notice. Reserved tickets must be picked up no later than 30 minutes before the confirmed time slot. After this time, reservations will be canceled and you will lose the right to your tickets. Any change is subject to confirmation according to availability. INFORMATION about access for visitors with limited mobility and disabilities: Free loan of wheelchairs. Audio-guides for the visually impaired. The main entrance of the museum is accessible to wheelchairs. Free loan of wheelchairs. The opening of the doors of the entrance is manual thrust outwards. The museum has an elevator, complete with numbering in braille on the buttons inside and outside. There is a mobile lift on the ground floor to overcome some steps and access the Staffarda room. The museum has a dedicated tactile trail and audio guide prepared for the visually impaired. You are kindly asked to notify the museum about your visit by telephone to book the path and audio guides. It is also possible to book free guided tours for the visually impaired. There are mobile cards of deepening and multimedia along the exhibition. Not professional photo shooting is allowed; however, in order to improve the comfort and tranquility of the visit, it is forbidden to use the flash. Cancellation Policy: Cancellations and changes without penalty if communicated within 24 hours from the original booking For cancellations or changes up to 3 days before the date of the visit, the cost of the service is due as penalty For cancellation or changes from 3 days before the date of the visit, no refund of the ticket, service, or ancillary services such as guides or earphones will be granted. Any change is subject to confirmation according to availability. Save time ordering: Add all tickets for museums and other services you want into your basket, then fill in the form and send your request. PLEASE NOTE: Immediately after submitting an order, you will receive an email with your order summary plus a second email confirming your successful payment. A confirmation email with links to the vouchers will be sent one business day after you place your order (Monday afternoon for orders submitted on Friday and during the weekend). Please make sure that your anti-spam filter does not block automatic emails from firstname.lastname@example.org. How to get there: Palazzo Madama is in the center of Turin. Traffic is subject to restrictions in certain areas. Look at the City of Turin website for further information. From the railway station: Palazzo Madama is within walking distance from Porta Nuova (along Via Roma) and Porta Susa (along Via Garibaldi – about 2 km), or you can take a bus: routes 11, 12, 51, 55, 56, 61, 68; trams: routes 4, 13, 15, 18 Car parks The car parks – for which a fee is charged – are in Piazza Castello (underground; “Torre Romana”), in Via Pietro Micca (underground) and in Piazza San Carlo (underground car park).