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La Venaria Reale

Torino
Museums

 

Designed and built between 1658 and 1679 on the plans of architect Amedeo di Castellamonte, the Reggia di Venaria (Venaria Royal Palace) is one of the principle Savoy residences in Piedmont. The Venaria complex, now a UNESCO world heritage site, was commissioned by Duke Carlo Emanuele II as a base for hunting in the surrounding area. The Palace later underwent numerous modifications that led it to its present appearance. The Galleria Grande, the Chapel of Sant'Uberto and the Citroniera are true jewels, designed in the first half of the eighteenth century by the brilliance of Filippo Juvarra.  In 2007, the Palace was reopened for public use, after eight years of restoration. Visiting the Reggia di Venaria today means admiring works coming from the collections of other Savoy residences, viewing exhibitions of international importance, walking through the reconstructed Italian Gardens and experiencing the wonder and magnificence of Baroque architecture, video installations by Peter Greenaway and contemporary sculpture in the “Giardino delle sculture fluide” (Garden of fluid sculpture) by Giuseppe Penone. The Venaria Reale also offers a rich and ever-changing calendar of events, performances and games.

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How to reach the site

Venaria Reale (TO), Piazza della Repubblica 4
Bus: Dedicated route GTT Venaria Express / GTT: 72, 11
Train: Torino Dora-Ceres route (stop: Venaria, viale Roma)

Services and Accessibility

educational tours for individuals
educational tours for groups
educational tours for schools
audio guides
bookshop
restaurant
coffe shop
accessible site
  • CLOSURE OF THE MUSEUMS AND OTHER CULTURAL INSTITUTES AND PLACES
    until 3 April 2020

    As a result of the Prime Ministerial Decree of 8 March 2020, valid until 3 April 2020, the opening of the museums and other cultural institutes and places referred to in Article 101 of the Code of Cultural Heritage and Landscape, referred to in Legislative Decree No 42 of 22 January 2004, is suspended.

Info and Reservation

+39 011 499 23 33

La Venaria Reale

Torino

Coopculture

Get ready for the visit

Didactic tours

Individuals
  • Guided tours are paid separately in addition to admission tickets.
    Regular guided tours of the Reggia (no reservation required)
    In Italian only

    Admission: € 6 

    Discounted for holders of “All in a Palace” ticket:  4 euros
    Free for children under 12 years

    Tuesday to Friday: h 10.30
    Saturday and Sunday:
    h 10.30, h 11.30, h 15.00

Groups
  • Guided tours (reservation required)
    Available in English, French, Spanish, German, Catalan, Japanese, Arabic

    Groups only

    Reggia 
    (2h30 tour)
    € 100 per group (max. 25 people)

    Gardens and Potager Royal 
    (1h30 tour)
    € 90 per group (max. 25 people)

    Exhibitions
    € 90 per group (max. 25 people)


    Reggia + Gardens 
    (3h30 tour)
    € 160 per group (max. 25 people)

Schools
  • Reggia + Juvarra Stables
    90 euros (2h tour, max 30 people)

    Gardens 
    60 euros (1h tour, max 30 people)

    Reggia + Juvarra Stables +Gardens
    110 euros (3h tour, max 30 people)

Audio guides

Language
  • italiano, inglese, francese
Duration
Cost
  • € 4

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La Venaria Reale

Torino

Coopculture

Hours

Open

La Venaria Reale is open from Tuesday to Sunday, opening times depend on the season and on what you wish to visit.

For more information: ph. + 39 011 4992333

Ticket offices close 1 hour before the times indicated below.

Monday: closed (except public holidays)

The Reggia is open on public holidays (same opening hours as Sunday):

New Year’s Day (Jan.1st from 11.00), January 6, Easter and Easter Monday, Liberation Day (April 25), Labor Day (1st May), Feast of the Republic (June 2nd), August 15th, All Saints' Day (November 1st), Feast of the Immaculate Conception (December 8th), December 26th. 

The Reggia and the exhibitions are closed on December 25.
 

Ticket offices close 1 hour before the times indicated below.

Monday: closed (except public holidays, closed on Christmas Day)

from Tuesday to Friday:  from 9.30 to 17.30; 

From November to March
from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays: from 9.30 to 17

The Gardens are open on the following public holidays: January 1 (from 11 am) January 6, Easter and Easter Monday, Liberation Day (April 25), Labor Day (May 1), Feast of the Republic (June 2), Assumption’s Day (August 15), All Saints’ Day (November 1), Feast of the Immaculate Conception (December 8), December 26. 

The Gardens are closed on December 25.
 

The Castle of La Mandria will close to the public from Tuesday 7 January to Friday 28 February 2020. It will open again on Saturday 29 February 2020.

Ticket offices close 30 minutes before the times indicated below.

Monday: closed (except public holidays)

Tuesday to Friday:  from 10 to 16
Saturday, Sunday and holidays: from 10 to 17 

from Tuesday to Sunday and holidays: from 10 to 16 

 

From March 2020

Water Theater shows at the Fountain of the Stag:

Water Theater show with water, music and light effects
From 1 November: h 19
 

From March 2020
Departure times available on site.
"Diana’s Arrow" Train: same opening days as the Reggia and the Gardens. 
Gondola: Sunday and public holidays.
Horse Carriage: Sunday and public holidays.

Closed

Closed on Monday

The Reggia, the exhibitions and the Gardens will close to the public from Monday 3 February to Friday 28 February 2020. They will open again on Saturday 29 February 2020.

 

 

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