Hoping to welcome you back soon, we kindly remind that the Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea and the Cerruti Collection are closed to the public from November 6th to December 3rd, 2020.
With reference to the philosophy of the “Slow Food” movement born in our Piedmont region and therefore thinking locally, Castello di Rivoli is developing a “Slow Museum” prototype. It is a new concept of museum, which on a physical level addresses local visitors, while it can also be experienced digitally by national and international audiences, through our enhanced digital programming on Digital Cosmos and social media.
As the Museum will re-open, we would like your visit to be pleasant and interesting, so we will advise you to follow some simple instructions: measure the temperature at your arrival, please wear a mask during your visit, respect your turn, keep the distance, follow the safety routes and sanitize your hands. The Museum staff is trained on the issues of COVID-19 prevention and is subjected to the envisaged health protocol (temperature measurement, hand sanitation, etc.); it also has adequate personal protective equipment.
Thu: 10.00 – 17.00
Fri-Sun: 10.00 – 19.00
Guided tours on Thursday and Friday at 11 and 15.
Guided tours on Saturday at 15 and 17.
Guided tours on Sunday at 11, 15, 16.30 and 18
COLLECTION + EXHIBITIONS
admission: € 8,50
reduced admission: € 6,50
CASTELLO DI RIVOLI + COLLEZIONE CERRUTI
Admission: € 26,50
Reduced Admission: € 19,50 reductions
Children aged 11-14, senior citizens, teachers, students, military personnel, cultural associations and other organisations, Pyou Card holders (age 15–29) free admission collection and exhibitions.
Children under age 11, visitors with disabilities and their carers, ICOM and CIMAM members, holders of Abbonamento Musei Piemonte and Valle d’Aosta, Torino + Piemonte Card, Royal Card and Contemporary Card. Citizens of Rivoli on the third Saturday of the month
The Cerruti Collection, the third venue of the Museum, gathers more than 300 works of painting and sculpture, ranging from the Middle Ages to today, rare and ancient books with exquisite book bindings, and furnishings, including antique carpets and desks by renowned cabinet makers.
In compliance with the DPCM of November 4, 2020, the Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art and Villa Cerruti from November 6 th and until December 3d will be closed to the public.
Let’s keep in touch thanks our social networks : instagram, facebook and twitter and on our Digital Cosmos.
The Cerruti Collection is open Saturday Sunday only with a guided tour in Italian max. 6 people in turn, with free shuttle bus from Castello di Rivoli.
The visit is reserved for people over the age of 12 with an adult.
Duration of the visit about an hour.
Visits in English, French, Spanish, German only by reservation for groups.
Saturday, Sunday : 10.15 am – 11.45 am – 1.15 pm – 2.45 pm – 4.15 pm – 5.45 pm.
Full ticket € 26, 50 – bag
Reduced ticket € 19.50 – scholarship upon presentation of document certifying the right to reduction for groups of at least 3 people, over 65, students up to 26 years, teachers, soldiers, journalists, FAI members and Italian Touring Club, Friends of the Castle Association of Rivoli.
The ticket includes entrance and guided tour of the Cerruti Collection in Italian and entrance to the Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art.
The guided tour of the Castle can be booked for € 70 in Italian; € 80 in English, French, Spanish, German; for free guided tours, see the “Guided tours” section.
Free entry At the Castello di Rivoli Ticket Office on presentation of a document certifying the right to free admission for disabled and accompanying persons, ICOM members, supporters and benefactors of the Friends of the Castello di Rivoli Association. Depending on the availability of places, the citizens of Rivoli are entitled to free admission on the third Saturday of the month and the citizens of the Turin metropolitan area on the third Friday of the month.
Tickets can be purchased at the Museum Ticket Office or online by credit card without advance sale fees after consulting the “Tickets online” section.
It is recommended to purchase tickets online as access to the Cerruti Collection is limited to groups of 6 people.
Tickets purchased online must be validated at the Castello di Rivoli Ticket Office at least 15 minutes before visiting time.
Free tickets CANNOT be purchased online or booked but must be picked up at the Castello di Rivoli Box Office on the day of the visit.
Shuttle from Castello di Rivoli to the Cerruti Collection
A free shuttle connects the Castello di Rivoli to the Cerruti Collection (approximately 5 minutes) at the following times:
Saturday, Sunday 10.15 am – 11.45 am – 1.15 pm – 2.45 pm – 4.15 pm – 5.45 pm
Please observe the maximum punctuality.
Info and reservations
Tel. 011/9565220 – 011/9565213 email@example.com
Reservation recommended on Acquista Biglietti
Hoping to welcome you back soon we remind you that in compliance with the DPCM of November 4, 2020 the Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art and Villa Cerruti, starting from November 6th and until December 3rd 2020 are closed to the public.
Tickets for the Castello di Rivoli and the Cerruti Collection can be purchased online by credit card.
Castello di Rivoli Temporary exhibitions + Permanent Collection
Full € 8.50
Reduced € 6.50
The presale cost is € 1
For info on timetables and fares https://www.castellodirivoli.org/visita/
Castello di Rivoli + Cerruti Collection
Full € 26.50 – bag
Reduced € 19.50 – bag
Without advance sale costs
For info on the Cerruti Collection https://www.castellodirivoli.org/visita/ section “Cerruti Collection”
The online ticketing service is managed for Castello di Rivoli by Crea Informatica S.r.l. Via Lepetit 8, 20124 Milan through the WEBtic platform.
Before proceeding with the purchase, read the information relating to timetables and fares carefully at the link https://www.castellodirivoli.org/visita/
Check the selected date and time carefully before confirming the purchase.
Tickets purchased online CANNOT be canceled, refunded or modified.
Free tickets CANNOT be purchased online or booked but must be picked up at the Castello di Rivoli Box Office on the day of the visit.
- — Click on the red “Buy Tickets” button
- — Register on the WEBtic platform by filling out the form and following the instructions
- — indicated after reading “Terms and Conditions of Service”
- — After activating the account it will be possible to proceed with the purchase
- — Select the type of ticket
- — Select the desired date and time
- — WARNING! For Castello di Rivoli the ticket allows access on the date selected for the entire opening time of the Museum, while for the Cerruti Collection the ticket allows access on the selected date but ONLY in 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 consult https://www.castellodirivoli.org/visit
- — Proceed with the payment
Tickets are sent in pdf format via confirmation e-mail and can be printed or presented at the Castello di Rivoli Ticket Office on electronic devices.
In case of non-receipt of the e-mail contact Crea Informatica firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets purchased online must be validated at the Castello di Rivoli Ticket Office.
Reduced tickets must be accompanied by a document certifying the right to reduction (eg valid identity document and / or membership card). When the ticket is validated, the Museum will provide the visitor with the transfer of a good (bag, cup, notebook, etc.) with the Castello di Rivoli logo based on the price of the ticket purchased.
Once validated, the entry voucher will be delivered to be kept for the duration of the visit.
Download the authorization form that you must to fill and deliver to the Museum ticket office.
From Porta Nuova and Porta Susa railway stations: take the Tube to Fermi and get off at Paradiso (approx. 10 minutes); then take bus number 36 until its last stop (approx. 30 minutes), and then take shuttle bus number 36 to Castello di Rivoli. € 1.50
Sunday and public holiday: Shuttle bus number 36 also operates from Piazzale Robotti – Alpignano (in front of Alpignano Railway Station). For info on trains, see trains from Torino Porta Nuova to Alpignano www.trenitalia.com
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 at Rivoli, not Rivoli-Rosta.
By Taxi with special rates T +39 0115730 /5737
Who wish to reach or return from Castello di Rivoli by taxi can request a special rate at the moment of the booking.
Presenting the taxi receipt at the Museum ticket office, you will receive a 5 euros discount voucher to be used for the return journey
Rivoli Express Shuttle
Every Saturday and Sunday a shuttle connects Piazza Castello in central Turin to Castello di Rivoli, via Porta Susa (Piazza XVIII Dicembre) railway station. The service, provided by GTT, also operates on Easter Monday, April 25, June 2 and August 15.
Saturday January 11th due to an event in the city center
from 1.30 pm to 7 pm
Direction Turin : from corso Francia diverted to corso Inghilterra (stop n° 3562 near Duchessa Jolanda road ), corso Vittorio Emanuele II, via XX Settembre, via Bertola (provisional terminus shared with 58 line).
Direction Rivoli: from provisional terminut in via Bertola continues along via San Tommaso, via Arsenale, corso Vittorio Emanuele II, corso Inghilterra (stop n° 3563 near via Duchessa Jolanda), corso Francia, normal route.
THE SHUTTLE IS TEMPORARY SUSPENDED
Access for People with Disabilities
All the Museum’s galleries are accessible to people with disabilities.
- Both the Edificio Castello and the Manica Lunga have wheelchair access points located along the side of the buildings, with door phones to contact staff if needed.
- A wheelchair is available for visitors.
- Service animals are welcome at Castello di Rivoli.
Our Education Department organizes access programs for people with sensorial, cognitive, and mental disabilities, as well as offering training days related to accessibility.
- Info: 011.9565.211, email@example.com
Pets (excluding service animals) are forbidden in the Museum galleries but may be brought into the ticket office and cafeteria.
Photography and Video Policy
Handheld cameras, video cameras, and camera phones are welcome in all public outdoor spaces as well as in the permanent collection galleries, subject to the following:
Photographs and videos are for personal use only and may not be sold.
Natural light only; no flash or other supplemental light.
Selfie sticks are welcome in public outdoor spaces only. To protect the art and for the safety and enjoyment of all visitors, selfie sticks are not allowed inside.
Tripods, monopods, handheld microphones, and other external equipment are not permitted without permission of the museum.
Cameras must be kept a minimum of 18 inches away from artwork.
Photography and video of artworks on loan for temporary exhibitions are sometimes prohibited by lenders.
Please check at the entrances of changing exhibitions for any restrictions in those galleries. Please do not photograph or videotape any work with this symbol:
Please be mindful that your photography or video activities respect the needs and privacy of other visitors and do not distract staff from their primary duties. Castello di Rivoli reserves the right, to withhold and/or withdraw permission to photograph or videotape if it is a disruption and/or is perceived that it might endanger works of art or other visitors.
Professional shoots, including wedding, engagement, and modeling, are not permitted without explicit permission of the museum in both internal and external and external museum spaces ( stair areas and courtyard). For personal use, this permission will not be unreasonably denied. Please request authorization in andvance by writing to Roberta Aghemo firstname.lastname@example.org
The Education Department organizes activities for groups, schools, families and training courses for teachers and professionals.
The Education Department has obtained accreditation for specialized training from the MIUR
011.9565.213 / fax 011.9565.232 email@example.com
Library and video archive
By appointment from Tuesday to Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Consult the online catalog
Open during the Museum’s opening hours.
The Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea and the Cerruti Collection reopen after the temporary closure due to measures to contain the spread of COVID-19. In accordance with current regulations, health measures and behavioral provisions have been prepared in the Museum to ensure that the visit is in any case a pleasant and interesting experience. In this sense, the number of visitors has been reduced to offer large spaces and marked safety routes. The Museum staff has been trained on the issues of COVID-19 prevention and is subjected to the envisaged health protocol (temperature measurement, self-certification of the state of health, hand sanitation, etc.); it also has adequate personal protective equipment.
Guided tours € 8 (IN ADDITION TO THE MUSEUM TICKET)
Free for under 14 years old
The Education Department organizes guided tours lasting about one hour and thirty (max. 12 people per group) at the following times:
Thursday 11, 13, 15
Friday, Saturday and Sunday 11, 13, 15 and 17
The visit at 13 is FREE (max. 12 people per group)
Groups and school groups
For information and bookings, please contact the Education Department: 011.9565213, Fax 011.9565232, mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exclusive visits, visits to collectors groups, Friends of Museum and affiliated institutions.
It is possible to book exclusive closed-doors visits, visits for grouips, Friends of museum and affiliated institutions.
Info and reservations : Roberta Aghemo Tel 011.9565270 email@example.com
The Castello’s Cafeteria is located in the garden of the Manica Lunga. Visitors can enjoy breakfast, a light lunch or a traditional italian aperitivo in the modern interior space, or on the quiet terrace with its views of Turin.
The Cafeteria’s staff is also available to organize your private events, working lunches, birthday or wedding parties.
- Thursday 10 am -5 pm
- Friday/ Saturday/Sunday 10 am -6 pm
+39 011 9565.273
The Combal.Zero Restaurant, located next to the Manica Lunga and with beautiful panoramic views over Turin, has elegant spaces for 200 visitors. Offering the refined Italian cuisine of chef Davide Scabin, it has been awarded a star by Gambero Rosso’s Guide.
Combal.Zero Restaurant can be hired for private events, breakfasts or working dinners.
Tuesday – Saturday: dinner only