Complesso monumentale della Pilotta

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from 2 January 2022 to 30 January 2022

We would like to inform users that from Saturday 20 November 2021 and until further notice, the ticket prices for access to the Pilotta Complex will be as follows:

Full € 10.00;

Reduced price for groups € 8,00 (maximum 25 people with external qualified guide);

Reduced price from 18 to 25 years € 2,00.

Free for under 18 years old

 
The price of the entrance ticket to visit only the exhibition "Un splendor mi squarciò 'l velo. Dante illustrato dal codice 3285 a Scaramuzza", open to the public from November 20, 2021 to February 13, 2022 with access to the Stables from via Bodoni, (validity extended for 3 months, with the possibility of only 2 admissions) is € 8


The price of the integrated ticket that allows access to the visit to the monumental complex of the Pilotta and to the exhibition "Un splendor mi squarciò 'l velo. Dante illustrato dal codice 3285 a Scaramuzza" with access to the Scuderie from via Bodoni, valid for 1 day only, with the possibility of 1 entry only, is 15 €.


The price of the integrated reduced group ticket (maximum 25 people with an external qualified guide) which allows access to the visit to the monumental complex of the Pilotta and to the exhibition "Un splendor mi squarciò 'l velo. Dante illustrato dal codice 3285 a Scaramuzza", valid for one day only, is € 13.00.

The Complesso Monumentale della Pilotta is open from Tuesday to Sunday, and is closed on Mondays. The daily opening to the public is from 10.30am to 6.30pm.

Entrance to the complex is possible both through direct purchase at the ticket office, which will be open from 10.30 am to 5.45 pm, and through presale on the Ticka platform at https://pilotta.ticka.it/. Please note that from Tuesday to Friday only full and reduced group tickets can be purchased in advance; if the purchase is for other categories (free or reduced for age) the purchase is required at the ticket office. Users are advised that the booking procedure for Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, as of November 20, 2021, no longer provides for time slots, in compliance with Legislative Decree no. 139 of October 8, 2021, the so-called "Capienze Decree".

Users are advised that advance purchase on the Ticka platform on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays will be possible until 9:30 am on the day chosen for the visit to the Complesso della Pilotta.

Visitors are advised that refunds of issued tickets are not allowed, except for proven cases of quarantine and fiduciary isolation from Covid-19.

In order to facilitate verification of pre-purchased tickets online by receptionists, visitors are kindly asked to come to the entrance with a printout of their reservation. Priority will be given to visitors already in possession of a ticket rather than those who must purchase one at the ticket office.

School groups will be able to visit the Complesso Monumentale della Pilotta from 8:30 to 10:30 am, by reservation only at cm-pil@beniculturali.it, which must be made the day before.

The Archaeological Museum and the Bodoni Museum are currently closed for renovation and refurbishment.

The number of people making up the groups is a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 25 people. The obligation to be accompanied by a tour guide, who is included in the count of 25 people, remains and the invitation to purchase the ticket online.

Please note that the opening of some exhibition sections may not be guaranteed due to a serious shortage of staff.

The itinerary for visiting the Monumental Complex of the Pilotta is as follows:

    -  Entrance- Monumental Staircase;
    -  Vestibule Farnese Theater
    -  Antelami Hall and its time with entrance limited to 25 people;
    -  Sala Arte a Parma 1300-1400 with an entrance limited to 25 people;
    -  Stalls of the Teatro Farnese;
    -  Gallery of the theater dedicated to the invention of the Farnese;
    -  Gallery of the theater dedicated to the festivities;
    -  Parma Hall at the time of the Farnese, with entrance limited to 25 people;
    -  Hall of Triumph;
    -  West Wing;
    -  Nineteenth-century salons;
    -  Exhibition spaces of the Rocchetta (Ottocento a Parma and Il mito di Correggio) with limited entry to 25  people;
    -  National Gallery exit;
    -  Palatine Library with visit to the Petitot Gallery and Dante Hall and possibility to admire the Incoronata Gallery;
    -  Exit from the Monumental Staircase.


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from 1 February 2022 to 13 February 2022 - Complesso Monumentale Pilotta

We would like to inform users that from Saturday 20 November 2021 and until further notice, the ticket prices for access to the Pilotta Complex will be as follows:

Full € 10.00;

Reduced price for groups € 8,00 (maximum 25 people with external qualified guide);

Reduced price from 18 to 25 years € 2,00.

Free for under 18 years old

 
The price of the entrance ticket to visit only the exhibition "Un splendor mi squarciò 'l velo. Dante illustrato dal codice 3285 a Scaramuzza", open to the public from November 20, 2021 to February 13, 2022 with access to the Stables from via Bodoni, (validity extended for 3 months, with the possibility of only 2 admissions) is € 8


The price of the integrated ticket that allows access to the visit to the monumental complex of the Pilotta and to the exhibition "Un splendor mi squarciò 'l velo. Dante illustrato dal codice 3285 a Scaramuzza" with access to the Scuderie from via Bodoni, valid for 1 day only, with the possibility of 1 entry only, is 15 €.


The price of the integrated reduced group ticket (maximum 25 people with an external qualified guide) which allows access to the visit to the monumental complex of the Pilotta and to the exhibition "Un splendor mi squarciò 'l velo. Dante illustrato dal codice 3285 a Scaramuzza", valid for one day only, is € 13.00.

The Complesso Monumentale della Pilotta is open from Tuesday to Sunday, and is closed on Mondays. The daily opening to the public is from 10.30am to 6.30pm.

Entrance to the complex is possible both through direct purchase at the ticket office, which will be open from 10.30 am to 5.45 pm, and through presale on the Ticka platform at https://pilotta.ticka.it/. Please note that from Tuesday to Friday only full and reduced group tickets can be purchased in advance; if the purchase is for other categories (free or reduced for age) the purchase is required at the ticket office. Users are advised that the booking procedure for Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, as of November 20, 2021, no longer provides for time slots, in compliance with Legislative Decree no. 139 of October 8, 2021, the so-called "Capienze Decree".

Users are advised that advance purchase on the Ticka platform on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays will be possible until 9:30 am on the day chosen for the visit to the Complesso della Pilotta.

Visitors are advised that refunds of issued tickets are not allowed, except for proven cases of quarantine and fiduciary isolation from Covid-19.

In order to facilitate verification of pre-purchased tickets online by receptionists, visitors are kindly asked to come to the entrance with a printout of their reservation. Priority will be given to visitors already in possession of a ticket rather than those who must purchase one at the ticket office.

School groups will be able to visit the Complesso Monumentale della Pilotta from 8:30 to 10:30 am, by reservation only at cm-pil@beniculturali.it, which must be made the day before.

The Archaeological Museum and the Bodoni Museum are currently closed for renovation and refurbishment.

The number of people making up the groups is a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 25 people. The obligation to be accompanied by a tour guide, who is included in the count of 25 people, remains and the invitation to purchase the ticket online.

Please note that the opening of some exhibition sections may not be guaranteed due to a serious shortage of staff.

The itinerary for visiting the Monumental Complex of the Pilotta is as follows:

    -  Entrance- Monumental Staircase;
    -  Vestibule Farnese Theater
    -  Antelami Hall and its time with entrance limited to 25 people;
    -  Sala Arte a Parma 1300-1400 with an entrance limited to 25 people;
    -  Stalls of the Teatro Farnese;
    -  Gallery of the theater dedicated to the invention of the Farnese;
    -  Gallery of the theater dedicated to the festivities;
    -  Parma Hall at the time of the Farnese, with entrance limited to 25 people;
    -  Hall of Triumph;
    -  West Wing;
    -  Nineteenth-century salons;
    -  Exhibition spaces of the Rocchetta (Ottocento a Parma and Il mito di Correggio) with limited entry to 25  people;
    -  National Gallery exit;
    -  Palatine Library with visit to the Petitot Gallery and Dante Hall and possibility to admire the Incoronata Gallery;
    -  Exit from the Monumental Staircase.


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