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Itineraries

Itinerary N.1 is free, except for a mandatory booking charge of € 1.50. Schools are exempted from paying the booking charge.

Itinerary N. 2 costs € 10, including the booking charge. It is free of charge for groups of school students and their teachers; for minors under 18; for students and teachers of the university schools of Architecture, Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Training Science and for university teachers and undergraduates of Letters or Literature with a major in Archaeology or Art History, enrolled in the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy and in the Academies of Fine Arts, upon submission of their certification of enrolment for the ongoing Academic Year; for the differently able and their escorts.

For visitors between 18 and 25 years of age and for those over-65, as well as for State school teachers, Itinerary N. 2 costs € 5.

Modes of payment

By credit card if the admission tickets are purchased online. By credit card or bank transfer in case tickets are purchased through the Call Center. By credit or debit card or in cash if the tickets are purchased at the INFOPOINT.

Itinerary  N.1 (artistic-institutional)

Piano Nobile (Bel Étage)

Staircase of Honour, Antechamber to the Grand Ballroom, the Gallery of Busts, the Four Seasons Room, the Great Hall of the Cuirassiers, view of the Pauline Chapel, the First State Room, the Room of the Virtues, the Room of the Flood, the Room of the Loggias, the Room of the Bussolanti, the Balcony Room, St John Parlour, the Yellow Room, the Augustus Hall, the Hall of Ambassadors, the Hercules Room, the Hall of the Cabinets, the Passaggetto of Urban VIII, the Room of Drusus the Elder, the private office of the President, the Lille Tapestry Room, the Napoleonic Parlour, view of the Piffetti Library, Bronzino’s Room, Loggia of Honour, the Room of the Bees, the Hall of Ladies, the Hall of Victory, the Hall of Peace, the Hall of Music, the Hall of the Zodiac, the Hall of Paul V's Building Projects, the Hall of Tapestries, the Hall of Mirrors, the Grand Ballroom.

Ground Floor

Exhibition on the Palace’s history, when it was the residence of Popes, of the Savoy Dynasty and of the Presidents of the Italian Republic; the Hall of Popes; the King’s Office; the room adjacent to the King’s Office, with an exhibition on the House of Savoy and on the Albertine Statute (Statuto Albertino); the room dedicated to the Presidents of the Republic, with, on display, the Italian Constitution and historical documents, photographs and the showing of short films; the Sala del Mappamondo, the geographical globe room, displaying historical and institutional objects and documents.

Itinerary  N. 2 (artistic-institutional and thematic)

Piano Nobile (Bel Étage)

Staircase of Honour, Antechamber to the Grand Ballroom, the Gallery of Busts, the Four Seasons Room, the Great Hall of the Cuirassiers, view of the Pauline Chapel, the First State Room, the Room of the Virtues, the Room of the Flood, the Room of the Loggias, the Room of the Bussolanti, the Balcony Room, St John Parlour, the Yellow Room, the Augustus Hall, the Hall of Ambassadors, the Hercules Room, the Hall of the Cabinets, the Passaggetto of Urban VIII, the Room of Drusus the Elder, the private office of the President, the Lille Tapestry Room, the Napoleonic Parlour, view of the Piffetti Library, Bronzino’s Room, Loggia of Honour, the Room of the Bees, the Hall of Ladies, the Hall of Victory, the Hall of Peace, the Hall of Music, the Hall of the Zodiac, the Hall of Paul V's Building Projects, the Hall of Tapestries, the Hall of Mirrors, the Grand Ballroom.

Vasella

Exhibition of tableware, porcelain, candelabra, kitchen utensils, dinner sets by Richard Ginori, Meissen china, Sèvres dinner sets and oriental china belonging to the House of Savoy.

Gardens

Walk through the Gardens, across the Boschetto (thicket) with the Rustic Fountain, the Torretta compound built by Ippolito d’Este, the Bathers fountain and the Coffee House.

Carriages

Tour of the Carriage Museum, which displays the four gala horse-drawn carriages dating back to 1789, 1817 and 1819, and the Gallery of Gala Carriages used up to 1939; of the exhibition in the Historical Privy Council of harnesses donated by several kings of the Savoy Dynasty, the historic memorabilia of the House of Savoy and several decorations from the carriage that belonged to Napoleon, King of Italy.
(To access the Carriage exhibition, visitors must climb up and back down approximately 80 steps on an external staircase).  

Ground Floor

Exhibition on the Palace’s history, when it was the residence of Popes, of the Savoy Dynasty and of the Presidents of the Italian Republic; the Hall of Popes; the King’s Office; the room adjacent to the King’s Office, with an exhibition on the House of Savoy and on the Albertine Statute (Statuto Albertino); the room dedicated to the Presidents of the Republic, with, on display, the Italian Constitution and historical documents, photographs and the showing of short films; the Sala del Mappamondo, the geographical globe room, displaying historical and institutional objects and documents.