The Complesso monumentale della Pilotta reopens on 27th of April from Tuesday to Sunday, observing the weekly closing on Mondays. The daily public opening service will be from 10.30 am to 6.30 pm.
On Saturdays, on Sundays and Holidays, entry to the Complex is provided exclusively through the online booking system https://pilotta.ticka.it/ which will include reservation and entry time slots at 10.30 pm, 11.30 am, 12.30 pm, 2.00 pm, 3.00 pm, 4.00 pm, 5.00 pm. The duration of the visit for Saturday Sundays and holidays is 1 hour.
Please note that on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays entry at different times other than those indicated by the booking will not be allowed and that there is no refund if the visitor who has booked for a set time does not show up or arrives at any other time. Visitors who arrive late compared to the purchase time slot will have a reduced visit time.
The visitors are kindly requested to print the ticket and show it up at the entry in order to simplify the verfication procedure.
The Museo Archeologico Nazionale and the Museo Bodoniano are currently closed for renovation and refurbishment.
The ticket includes a visit to the Complesso monumentale della Pilotta (Biblioteca Palatina, Teatro Farnese, Galleria Nazionale) and the exhibitions The nineteenth century and the myth of Correggio and Fornasetti Theatrum Mundi.
The number of people constituting the groups is a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 15 people, remaining obliged to be accompanied by tour guides, and the invitation to buy the ticket online.
It is warned that there may be the possibility that the opening of some exhibition sections cannot be guaranteed due to a situation of serious staff shortages.
The visit path is as follows:
• Entrance- Monumental Staircase;
• Audience of the Farnese Theatre;
• Theatre gallery dedicated to the invention of The Farnese;
• Theatre gallery dedicated to parties;
• Sala Parma at the time of the Farnese, with a quota entry of 10 people;
• Hall of Triumph;
• West Wing;
• 19th century salons;
• One-way path of the exhibition The nineteenth century and the myth of Correggio with contingent entrance to 10 people;
• National Gallery exit;
• Vestibule Teatro Farnese — Palatine Library with a visit to the Petitot Gallery and the opportunity to admire from the threshold the Sala Dante and the Galleria dell'Incoronata, with a quota entrance for 15 people;
• Exit from the monumental staircase.
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