Kind users are advised that from Tuesday, August 2, 2022 and until further notice, the rates of admission tickets for access to the Pilotta Monumental Complex visit route will be as follows:
Full € 12.00;
Reduced groups € 10.00 (maximum 30 people plus the external licensed guide);
Reduced from 18 to 25 years old € 2.00;
Free for those under 18 years of age.
It should be noted that all categories that benefit from the entry facilities in state cultural places provided by the regulations and consulted on the page: https://www.cultura.gov.it/agevolazioni are entitled to free entry in the spaces of the Monumental Complex of the Pilotta.The ticket includes the visit of the museums of the Monumental Complex of the Pilotta (Biblioteca Palatina, Teatro Farnese, National Gallery, new wing of the Archaeological Museum).
Visits to the new wing of the Archaeological Museum will be for groups consisting of a maximum of 30 visitors on an hourly basis at 10:30-11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
The Monumental Complex of the Pilotta is open from Tuesday to Sunday, observing weekly closing on Monday. The public opening service observed daily will be from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., (last entrance at 5:45 p.m.). Admission to the Complex is provided either through direct purchase at the ticket office in the Voltoni area, which will remain open from 10:30 a.m. to 5:45 p.m., or through presale on the Ticka platform at the link https://pilotta.ticka.it/. It should be noted that from Tuesday to Friday, only Full and reduced group ticket rates can be purchased in advance; if the purchase is for other categories (free or reduced for age), purchase is required at the ticket office, showing the documentation entitling to the discount. On Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, access will take place giving priority to visitors already in possession of the entrance ticket over those who must make the purchase at the ticket office.
To facilitate the verification of pre-purchased admission tickets online by the receptionists, visitors are kindly asked to present themselves at the entrance with a printout of the reservation. Presale purchase on the Ticka platform on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays will be possible until 9:30 a.m. on the day chosen for the visit to the Complesso della Pilotta. Kind visitors are advised that refunds of issued admission tickets are not allowed, except for proven cases of quarantine and fiduciary isolation from Covid-19.
School groups will have access to visit the Monumental Complex of the Pilotta upon reservation and receipt of the relevant confirmation by writing to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
The number of people constituting the groups is a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 30 people, remaining the obligation to be accompanied by a tour guide, which is not included in the count of 30 people, and the invitation to purchase the ticket online.It is warned that there may be a possibility that the opening of some exhibition sections cannot be guaranteed due to a situation of severe staff shortage.
Please note that when pre-purchasing tickets, it is not possible to reserve the entrance time, that the time indicated on the ticket corresponds to the opening time of the Monumental Complex of the Pilotta, and that the visit can be carried out throughout the day, with last entry at 5:45 p.m.
Users who pre-purchase tickets, in order to carry out the accompanied visit in the new wing of the Archaeological Museum, are invited to go to the ticket office to reserve the entrance time.
The visit route to the Pilotta Monumental Complex is as follows:
Entrance- Monumental Staircase;
Vestibule Farnese Theater;
Sala Antelami and his time;
Sala Arte a Parma 1400 with entrance limited to 30 people;
Farnese Theater Stalls;
Sala Parma at the time of the Farnese, with entrance limited to 30 persons;
Hall of Triumph;
West Wing of the National Gallery: Room of Tuscan and Central Italian Painting 1200-1500 - Room of Venetian Painting 1200-1500, Room of Emilian Painting 1200-1500 - Room of Art in Lombardy 1400-1500 - Room of the Flemish - Room Art in Parma 1500-1600;
National Gallery's Lower North Wing: the Painting of the Spanish Empire, Art in Lombardy and Central Italy 1600-1700, Sacred Art in Emilia, and the Genovese 1600-1700, Still Life, Boselli, Grand Tour, Venetian Painting 1600-1700, Condottieri and Battles, in the Farnese Walkway with Ducal Portraiture;
Exhibition spaces of the Rocchetta (Ottocento a Parma and The Myth of Correggio) with entrance limited to 30 people;
National Gallery Exit;
Palatina Library's Petitot Gallery;
Monumental Staircase exit.
For rearrangement works, the Sala Antelami and the east and west sub-grades of the Farnese Theatre remain closed to the public (Galleria del Teatro. L’invenzione del Farnese e la Galleria dedicata alle feste nel Farnese).
It is reiterated that the use of surgical masks remains strongly recommended for access to the Pilotta Monumental Complex.
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