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Palazzo Madama

Palazzo Madama Museo Civico d'Arte Antica

Located in the heart of Turin, Palazzo Madama, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to the first Senate in the Kingdom of Italy, embodies the city's history: from a Roman gate it became a fortress during the Middle Ages and subsequently a castle for the Acaja princes. Since 1934 the Palace has hosted the Civic Museum's ancient art collections, with over 70,000 works including paintings, sculptures, illuminated manuscripts, majolica and porcelain, gold and silver, furnishings and textiles that illustrate European art from the Early Middle Ages to the Baroque period. The museum itinerary follows themes related to history, architecture, and the collections.

Opening times

HOURS

Wednesday and Thursday from 11am - 7pm
Friday from 11am - 8pm

The Museum is closed from Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday

The ticket office closes an hour earlier.

In case of extraordinary events, white nights, holidays, museum opening times could change: please check the news section of the site
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Tickets

Full € 10
Reduced € 8
Free entry
for minors 18 years of age
Torino + Piemonte card

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Information

Palazzo Madama
Piazza Castello – 10122 Torino

Getting here

Bus and trams: 4, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18,  51, 55, 56, 61, 68/

 

GAM

GAM 

GAM Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea GAM Turin, with its collection of over 50,000 works including paintings, sculptures, works on paper, installations, videos, and photographs, offers its visitors art ranging from the 1800s to today by artists like Pellizza da Volpedo, Medardo Rosso, Marc Chagall, Andy Warhol, and many others. Besides the collections, it also hosts major exhibitions on Italian and international artists as well as contemporary research.

Opening times

HOURS

Wednesday and Thursday from 11am - 7pm
Friday from 11am - 8pm

The Museum is closed from Saturday, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday

The ticket office closes an hour earlier.

Tickets

Permanent collections:

Adults € 10.00 – Reduced rate € 8.00

Admission rates may vary in the event of temporary exhibitions.

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GAM
Via Magenta, 31 – 10128 Torino

How to get here

Metro 1 Vinzaglio e Re Umberto

Bus 5/, 14, 14/, 33, 33/, 52, 64, 68

Tram 9, 15

MAO

MAO 

MAO is one of the most important museums in Italy and Europe for its expertise and research of Eastern art. The collections boast almost 2,300 works ranging from the Neolithic period to the beginning of this past century, plus more than 1,400 archeological finds dating to pre-Islamic times from the Iraqi digs at Seleucia and Coche. The five galleries that make up the museum showcase works from South and South-East Asia, the most important collection of Chinese funerary art present in Italy, sacred and profane Japanese art, art from the Himalayan region, and a significant collection of Islamic art. Alongside the permanent collection, space is also given to temporary exhibitions.

Opening times

NEW OPENING HOURS
Thursday - Friday: 12 AM - 7 PM
Saturday - Sunday: 10 AM - 7 PM

The ticket office is open until one hour before closing time.

Hours are subject to change during special events, white nights and public holidays. Check the news section for updates
Free admission to the permanent collections on the first Tuesday of each month, unless a public holiday.
Admission rates may vary in the event of temporary exhibitions.

Tickets

PERMANENT COLLECTIONS

Full admission
All-day access to the permanent collections and to some temporary exhibitions:
Adult €10; reduced rate €8.
Free admission to the permanent collections on the first Tuesday of each month, unless a public holiday.

Reduced rate admission:
- Visitors 65+
- Visitors 18-25
- members of associations recognised by the Fondazione Torino Musei
- group visits with 20+ visitors, subject to advance reservation (only one accompanying person acting as contact person is entitled to free admission)
- Citysightseeing Torino tourist bus ticket holders

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Getting here

Palazzo Mazzonis lies in the centre of historic Torino and is home to the Museum.

MAO
Via San Domenico, 11 – 10122 Torino

How to reach the museum
Bus 11, 12, 52, 63, Star 2
Tram 4