Castello di Rivoli is open from Thursday to Sunday from 11am to 7pm.

The Cerruti Collection is open Saturday and Sunday with visits at: 11.45 am, 1.15 pm , 2.45pm, 4.15pm and 5.45pm.



From January 10tth 2022  Super Green Pass  and surgical mask required to visit the Museum          Please see here the rules  to access 




Full ticket: € 10.00
Reduced ticket: € 6.50 pensioners over 65, teachers, military, cultural associations,  journalists Pyou Card holders (young people aged between 15 and 29 years)
Reduced ticket: € 4.50 children (aged between 11 to 18 ) and university students.


Free admission to collections and exhibitions: children under 11, people with disabilities and accompanying persons, turist guides, ICOM and CIMAM members, holders of the Piemonte and Valle d’Aosta Museums Subscription, Torino + Piemonte Card, Royal Card and Contemporary Card.



 The Education Department offers the public free guided tours with tickets, conducted by the Artenaute at the current exhibitions on Saturday and Sunday 11 am – 2 pm – 4 pm – 6 pm.

Visits to the public do not need to be booked, it is sufficient to wait at the Museum Ticket Office

Info and reservations: +39 011.9565213 

Groups, schools, associations, travel agencies can book a guided tour of the Castello di Rivoli and the Cerruti Collection at the Education Department even in english, french, spanish and gernan.

Info and reservations: +39 011.9565213


With reference to the philosophy of the “Slow Food” movement born in our Piedmont region and therefore thinking locally, Castello di Rivoli developed 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.

We would like your visit to be pleasant and interesting, so we 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.