About The Palace of Venaria:
The Palace of Venaria is a former royal residence and UNESCO World Heritage Site that once belonged to the House of Savoy. Designed and built during the latter half of the 17th century by Amedeo di Castellamonte, it's located on the outer edge of Turin city centre amidst the vast greenery of La Mandria Regional Park.
This combo ticket includes entry to the main palace building (Reggia), the landscaped gardens, and a beautiful exhibition in the Royal Stables showcasing ornate carriages and an original 'Bucentaur'. Bucentaur was the title given to the state barges used by the doges of Venice. Only four of these highly decorative ships where ever built - the 1729 version being the last in existence.
Also included is a 48-hour pass for the City Sightseeing Turin hop-on hop-off buses. Use this service to reach the Palace of Venaria by riding the green route (line C) to stop 3.
- Tuesday - Friday: 09:00 to 17:00.
- Saturday, Sunday and Holidays: 09:00 to 18:30.
- Closed: Mondays and December 25 | Except all other public holidays (same opening hours as Sunday).
- Piazza della Repubblica 4, 10078 Venaria Reale, Torino.
Note: Voucher exchange required before visiting the museum, see Usage Instructions.
- Onsite cafes and restaurants.
- Bookshop of the Reggia - Souvenirs and Gifts.
- Wheelchair accessibility (Reggia and exhibition spaces plus Grand Parterre and Garden of Fluid Sculptures).
- ISL and lip-speaking guided tours available (Italian only).
- Guided itinerary for partially-sighted and blind visitors (free upon reservation - tel. +39 011 4992333).
| City Sightseeing Turin Tour:
This entry ticket for the Palace of Venaria includes a 48-hour hop-on hop-off bus pass. Click/tap the link below to find out more about Turin's official sightseeing tour.
- Click here for tour details.