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Bask in the regal gilded rooms that made the residence of the Royal Savoy family in the 10th century. Walk through a guided tour of the expansive halls, offices, and ballrooms, boasting Baroque architecture, and popular art of the times.
The Chapel was built to house the precious religious relic of the Shroud of Turin, until the 90s, when it was moved to the Turin Cathedral. The history of the Chapel is fraught with troubles, including a massive fire in the late 90s, that led to its restoration.
This collection, built by Carlo Alberto, hosts nearly 200,000 volumes of works, across books, engravings, letters, ancient maps, manuscripts, and drawings, including the famous Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Self-portrait' that you can see at the Royal Palace of Turin.
The Royal Gardens has various sections forming an architectural paradise amidst nature. The Ducal Garden, Boschetto, and The Garden of Arts, host beautiful fountains and sculptures, The Walls and The Garittone were designed functionally for military purposes, while the Lower Gardens host the Archaeological Museum.
Explore the collection of weapons from the Turin and Genoa arsenals, boasting of their prime wealth in weapons and armory in the 16th century. Check out the medal and coin collections, as part of their antique preservation.
The Museum hosts various archaeological collections in different sections, including the Archaeological Gallery, Sale D'Andrade, housing Turin archaeology, and the Treasury of Marengo. The Roman Theater remains, and the Territory Pavilion's archaeological finds from Piedmont.
The Palazzo initially built as a residence of the Duke of Chiablese, now houses temporary exhibitions from the Roman era, of the Royal Museums. It’s a must-visit for a leisurely exploration of the majestic architecture, and art.
The Gallery covers beautiful art pieces from the Italian Renaissance, including 500+ works by Italian, Dutch, Piedmontese, Flemish, and European artists. It also hosts a collection of sculptures, paintings, antiques, and archaeological objects, donated by industrialist Riccardo Gualino.
Address: Piazzetta Reale, at 1 Torino 10122, in Italy.
A. You can buy the Royal Palace of Turin tickets online.
A. Royal Palace of Turin tickets cost upwards of €15.
A. Yes, you can get discounted Royal Palace of Turin tickets by booking online.
A. The Royal Palace of Turin is a heritage landmark of Turin, Italy’s regal history, and culture.
A. You can book tickets for entry and tours through the Royal Palace online, to access the historic space.
A. The Royal Palace of Turin is located in Piazzetta Reale, at 1 Torino 10122, in Italy.
A. Walk through the early residences of the royal Savoy family, stroll in the Royal Gardens, and explore the art and archaeological collections across the Museums, Gallery, and Royal Library.
A. You can reach the Royal Palace of Turin by trams, bus, trains, cars, bicycles, or even walking.
A. The Royal Palace of Turin is open from Tuesday-Sunday between 8:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M.
A. The Royal Palace of Turin has lockers, accessible restrooms, elevators, baby-changing stations, a cloakroom, Cafetaria, a Museum shop, Library Wifi, and seating options.
A. The Royal Palace of Turin has accessible entrances, elevators, and restrooms, and has wheelchairs available on request.
A. While personal photography is permitted, tripods, flash, or commercial photography is not permitted.
A. The Royal Palace of Turin is a must-visit for its cultural heritage and unique exhibits across the expansive Palace premises.