Tue-Fri: 10.00 – 17.00
Sat-Sun and holidays: 10.00 – 19.00
December 24 and 31 10.00 – 17.00
Open Easter Monday, May 1 10.00 – 19.00
The Ticket Office closes 15 minutes before the Museum.
Collection + Temporary Exhibitions (Anri Sala. AS YOU GO + Harald Szeemann: Museum of Obsessions + Hito Steyerl. The City of Broken Windows + Andy Warhol. Two Major Works from Cerruti’s Collection + Ottobre 1968)
Regular Admission € 8,50 – Notebook
Reduced Admission € 6,50 – Notebook
Children aged 11-14, senior citizens, teachers, students, military personnel, cultural associations and other organizations (consult the list), Pyou Card holders (age 15-29), holders of the ticket of Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi, Precettoria di Sant’Antonio di Ranverso and Venaria Reale Royal Palace – Notebook
Children under age 11, visitors with a disability and their carers, ICOM and CIMAM members, citizens of Rivoli on the third Saturday of the month, holders of Abbonamento Musei, Torino + Piemonte Card, Royal Card and Contemporary Card. – Notebook
As of today, our online ticket office selling tickets for the museum’s permanent collection and temporary exhibitions is officially up and running. Tickets for the Cerruti Collection will also be available on presale. This new area acquired by the museum opens on 4th May.
You can buy tickets for:
1. Entry to the Castello di Rivoli Collection and exhibitions at the full price of €8.50 or the reduced price of €6.50.
Presales have a surcharge of €1.
2. Entry to the Castello di Rivoli Collection and exhibitions and to Villa Cerruti at the full price of €26.50 and reduced price of €19.50. There is no presale surcharge for this ticket. (The reduced rate also applies for groups of at least 3 people)
We remind you that on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays guided visits to Castello di Rivoli (the museum collection and exhibitions) are free of charge. They are also available without reservation.
Villa Cerruti, opening hours
Villa Cerruti is open to the public through guided visits from Thursdays to Sundays.
Entrance is reserved to groups of maximum 12 people, aged 14 or over.
Based on availability, Rivoli locals can enter free of charge on the third Saturday of the month, while residents of the Turin metropolitan area can enter free of charge on the third Friday of the month. There are five tours on Thursdays and Fridays, starting from Castello di Rivoli – Museum of Contemporary Art from 10am to 5pm.
The tours start at the following times: 10:15am – 11:45am – 1:15pm – 2:45pm – 4:15pm.
There is an additional tour on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays starting at 5:45pm from Castello di Rivoli – Museum of Contemporary Art.
We advise booking tickets for Villa Cerruti in advance as entry is limited to groups of 12 people exclusively through guided visits.
We urge you to arrive on time and to validate your ticket at the Castello di Rivoli reception at least 15 minutes before the shuttle bus leaves.
We remind you that you can also visit Castello di Rivoli the same day at the following times:
– Thursdays and Fridays from 10am to 4:45pm
– Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 6:45pm.
Those going on guided visits of Villa Cerruti at 4:15pm on Thursdays and Fridays and at 4:45pm on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays must arrive at least one hour earlier if they want to visit Castello di Rivoli.
Those who buy reduced tickets are required to bring the relevant valid documents with them to allow museum staff to check their right to a reduction.
You can check the list of reductions for Castello di Rivoli and for the Cerruti Collection by clicking on “Visit”.
Visiting and booking
– Print out the ticket purchased online.
– On the day of the visit, go to the museum reception to validate the ticket. Upon validating the ticket, you will be given a gift with the Castello di Rivoli – Museum of Contemporary Art logo. The gift varies depending on the rate of the ticket purchased. Once the ticket has been validated you will be given the voucher for entry.
– Free tickets must be collected at the museum’s ticket office. They cannot be acquired online.
NB: notification of successful payment of the ticket is sent by email.
If you made the payment but did not receive the confirmation email, contact CREA WEB, the authorised online ticket seller for Castello di Rivoli – Museum of Contemporary Art: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regulations for purchasing tickets online
Tickets are only valid for the date chosen when purchased and for the entire opening hours of the museum. Tickets for the Cerruti Collection are only valid for the visiting time shown on the ticket.
How to get there
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
The Castello di Rivoli has an agreement with the Taxi Torino Cooperative to offer visitors an exclusive service at a discounted rate. Simply call 5730 or 5737 and mention the Castello di Rivoli concession.
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.
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, May 1, June 2 and August 15.
For the public
Every Saturday at 3.30 and 6.00 pm, and every Sunday and public holiday at 11.00 am, 3.00 pm and 6.00 pm, museum ticket holders can join free guided tours to the temporary exhibitions and the Permanent Collection.
Every Sunday at 4.30 pm, ticket holders can join free guided tours dedicated to the history and architecture of the Savoy residence.
Groups, associations, and Senior Citizens’ Universities can book special guided tours. Available itineraries: Contemporary Art and the Collection; Temporary Exhibitions; the History and Architecture of the Castello.
Guided tours are available in Italian (€70), English, French, and Spanish (€ 80). An invoice will be issued for the cost of the guide’s services. Guides must be booked with at least one week’s notice.
For groups of at least 20 people, a reduced price (€4.50 per person) is available for, with free admission for tour leaders.
For school groups
Guided tours to the exhibitions and to the Permanent Collection are available in the morning or in the afternoon. Hours and themes can be planned according to the groups’ requirements.
Guided tours are available in English, French, German and Spanish.
Tours cost €4,50 per pupil booked. The number of tickets issued must correspond to the number of pupils declared at the time of booking. Free Admission for accompanying teachers.
For information and bookings, please contact the Education Department: 011.9565213, Fax 011.9565232, mail: email@example.com
For Friends of museums groups, partners, and private groups it is possible to book exclusive and private tour dedicated to the Permanent Collection, the temporary exhibitions, and the history and architecture of the Savoy residence.
For information and bookings, please contact: Roberta Aghemo Tel.011.9565270 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Professional shoots, including wedding, engagement, and modeling, are not permitted without explicit permission of the museum.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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’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.
Tuesday – Friday: 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday -Sunday : 10 am -7 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