Wednesday to Friday 10 am – 5 pm Saturday to Sunday 11am – 6 pm
Reduced€ 6,50 over 65, teachers, service person, cultural associations (groups), Pyou Card (15-29 years old), journalists with no accreditation, members of the associations
Reduced€ 4,50 Teenagers (11-18), students
Free minors (11 years old), visitors with disabilities and caregiver, touristic guides, ICOM and CIMAM members, Abbonamento Musei Piemonte and Valle d’Aosta, Torino + Piemonte Card, Royal Pass and Contemporary Card.
The toilets for the public are exclusively on the third floor of the Castello building, as well as those in the cafeteria, only the cafeteria services are available for disabled visitors. We apologize for the inconvenience
Please note that are allowed into the exhibition galleries only little pets ( max 5 kg ) in their kennel . It is possible to enter in the Ticket Office and the Cafeteria even with larger pets kept on a leash.
On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays at 11 am, 2pm and 4 pm, the Museum’s Education Department organizes free guided tours in Italian of the temporary exhibitions or the Permanent Collection.
The online ticketing service is run by Crea Informatica S.r.l. through WEBtic.
Double-check selected date and time prior confirming the purchase.
Online tickets CANNOT be refunded or modified. Free tickets CANNOT be purchased online or booked. They must be collected at the Ticket Office on the day of the visit.
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Register on the WEBtic platform by filling out the form
After activating the account, you can proceed with the purchase
Select the type of ticket
Select the desired date and time
ATTENTION! For the Castello di Rivoli, the ticket allows access on the selected date for the entire opening time of the Museum, while for the Cerruti Collection the ticket allows access on the selected date but ONLY at the chosen time
Validate the payment method by selecting Credit card
Select the number of tickets and type of fare and click Add to cart
For any reductions see HERE
Proceed with the payment
Tickets are sent in PDF format by e-mail confirmation and can be printed or presented at the Castello di Rivoli Ticket Office on electronic devices. In case of non-receipt of the email, contact Crea Informatica firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets purchased online must be validated at the Castello di Rivoli Reception (staircase side).
Reduced tickets must be accompanied by a document certifying the right to the reduction (e.g. valid identity document and / or membership card).
Upon validation of the ticket, the Museum provides for the transfer to the visitor of an asset (bag, cup, notebook, etc.) with the Castello di Rivoli logo on the basis of the price of the ticket purchased.
Once validated, the entrance voucher will be given to be kept for the entire duration of the visit.
Saturday and Sunday
11:45; 13:15; 14:45; 16:15; 17:45
Full price € 26,50 Reduced €19,50
The Guided tours are in Italian.
English, French, Spanish, German for groups by reservation only min 10 persons
Reduced Ticket: visitors over 65, students aged 10 to 26, teachers, military personnel, Abbonamento Musei Card holders, members of a group of 3 or more people, Fai members, Touring Club members and members of Associazione Amici del Castello di Rivoli.
Free ticket: holders of the ICOM Card.
The Cerruti Collection is not part of the museums that participate in the Torino+Piemonte Card.
The ticket includes: the admission, guided tour to the Cerruti Collection visit to the Castello di Rivoli (Permanent Collection and exhibitions), the connecting shuttle from Castello di Rivoli to Villa Cerruti.
Please note that it is necessary to go to the Castello di Rivoli to validate the ticket or buy it at the moment, it is not possible to go independently to Villa Cerruti.
Info T. 011.9565222 / 011.9565213 email@example.com.
The extraordinary collection, built up over the years by Francesco Federico Cerruti, Genoese by birth but Turinese by adoption, is now open to the public thanks to the generosity of this self-effacing and reclusive businessman, who passed away in 2015 at the age of 93. This ambitious project has involved the renovation of the villa that he built in Vicolo dei Fiori, close to the Castello di Rivoli, as well as state-of-the-art technologies to ensure safety and security. Nearly a thousand items, comprising 300 works of painting and sculpture ranging from the Middle Ages to the contemporary era, some 200 rare books with precious bindings, carpets, furniture by renowned cabinetmakers, ceramics and silverware constitute a collection of the highest distinction with few equals in Europe and the world. It maps a journey through the history of art, mostly Italian, from the 14th century to the early 2000s. Our goal is to make Cerruti’s vision a reality, to share this precious collection with the world and thus help to foster an appreciation of art, culture, craftsmanship, and material objects capable of illuminating and inspiring the public through carefully calibrated and innovative educational initiatives. Through this felicitous agreement with the Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, we hope to make the Cerruti Collection a catalyst for new and fruitful creativity.
The visits are in italian.
English, French, Spanish, German for groups by reservation only min 10 persons.
Villa Cerruti houses the Cerruti Collection. The villa can only be reached with a connecting shuttle. Each tour can accommodate max. 12 people. Children from 10 years of age are admitted only accompanied by an adult.
The Collection is accessible only with pet therapy animals with their own documentation.
The Cerruti Collection is accessible to people with disabilities. Contact the ticket office staff for assistance.
Purchase your tickets
In consideration of the limited number of seats available, it is advisable to purchase entrance tickets online HERE.
The Museum is accessible to visitors with disabilities via two ramps, respectively on the side of Castello Building and Manica Lunga. On the side of Castello, there is an intercom to contact the reception. A wheelchair is available. Blind people can enter the Museum together with their guide dog.
The Museum’s Education Department organizes special tours for visitors with sensory, cognitive, and psychic disabilities, and training days on the matter.
Entry is only permitted for small pets in their own pet carrier. A carrier compliant with the law is preferable but access to the animal is also permitted inside a bag, provided that the space is not excessively restricted and the animal is not suffering. The same must remain inside the bag or carrier during the entire stay at the Museum.
It is possible to access the Ticket Office and Cafeteria spaces even with larger animals kept on a leash
Photos and Videos
Cameras and smart phones with cameras are allowed in all outdoor areas, in the Museum galleries (Permanent Collection and temporary exhibitions) provided that:
(1) photographs and videos are for personal use only, even on social media. They cannot be used for commercial or promotional purposes (2) no flash or artificial light to be used (3) selfie sticks cannot be used in the exhibition galleries
Tripods, portable microphones and other equipment are not permitted without permission from the Management.
Cameras should be kept at least 1 meter away from artwork.
Taking photographs and video recording of works of art in temporary exhibitions may be prohibited by the lenders of the works. Please check any restrictions at the entrances to temporary exhibitions. Please do not photograph or retake any work bearing this symbol
Please respect the privacy of other visitors and custodians.
Castello di Rivoli reserves the right to withdraw permission to photograph or film on its premises if it is believed that the activity could endanger works of art or other visitors.
Professional shots, including weddings, engagements, and fashion photo shoots must be undertaken upon permission of the Museum.
From Turin (Porta Nuova and Porta Susa railway stations) take the Tube to Fermi. Hop off at Paradiso (approx. 10 minutes). Take the bus number 36 until terminus (approx. 30 minutes). Take shuttle bus number 36 to Castello di Rivoli.
On Sunday and public holiday shuttle bus number 36 also operates from Piazzale Robotti – Alpignano (in front of Alpignano Railway Station). For info on trains, click HERE.
From Highways A4 (Turin–Milan), A5 (Turin–Aosta), A6 (Turin–Savona), A21 (Turin–Piacenza) and A32 (Turin-Bardonecchia) follow directions for T4 Frejus, Moncenisio, Monginevro – exit Rivoli, not Rivoli-Rosta.
(T +39 011.5730/5737)
Castello di Rivoli has an agreement with the Radio Taxi and Pronto Taxi cooperatives to offer its visitors an exclusive service at discounted rates. Anyone wishing to use the service can call 5730 or 5737 quoting the CASTELLO DI RIVOLI agreement.
Rates are effective till December 31 2025
All those who wish to reach or return from the Museum by taxi can request at the time of booking the rate agreed with the Museum . By presenting the taxi receipt at the Museum ticket office, a € 5 euro discount voucher will be given to be used for the return journey.