Info

OPENING HOURS
Friday: 3 pm – 6 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12 am – 7 pm
Closed on Monday
By appointment from Tuesday to Friday for groups and schools.

Free access the last Sunday of the month.
Extraordinary closure: January 1, May 1, December 25

Dogs are not allowed in the park.

ADMISSION
Ticket for the permanent and temporary exhibitions
full price: euro 4,00
reduced: euro 3,00

Reduced tickets are for:
– visitors from 10 to 25
– groups of 20 or more are asked to book
– TCI member (Touring Italian Club), FNAC member, cardholder of Civic Library “Gianni Rodari” Borgaro T.se, cardholder of Civic Library “Giovanni Arpino” Nichelino
– holders of Pyou card

Admission is free for:
– children untill 10;
– adults over 65;
– disabilities with an attender;
– one teacher every 15 students
– AMIAT employees
– holders of Abbonamento Torino Musei / Torino +Piemonte Card
– Slow Food members

 

FREE SERVICES
Guided tours
Cloakroom for little luggage
Free parking

EDUCATIONAL AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES
Activities for schools and public from tuesday to friday 10 – 12 am / 2.30 – 4.30 pm, booking mandatary
More information

PRESS OFFICE
t. +39 011 3182235 | press@parcoartevivente.it
Valentina Bonomonte
PUBLIC TRANSPORT
Metro line 1, nearest stop: CARDUCCI
GTT Lines:  1 – 4 – 10 – 17 – 35 – 66

From Porta Susa Station, Piazza XVIII Dicembre: tram n. 10 direction Caio Mario, get off at Orbassano Nord stop; take bus n. 66 direction Marco Aurelio, get off at G.Bruno stop.
From Porta Nuova station, Piazza Carlo Felice: bus n. 1 – 35, respectively to the direction Artom and Nichelino, untill the Carducci Nord stop; then take the bus n. 17 to Rivoli, get off at Bramante stop.
From Lingotto station: bus n. 14 or 14B, to the direction Solferino, untill Caserma Morelli stop.
From Turin Center take the train n. 4 and then get off at Distretto Militare stop.

Coming from the Highways continue along the south-ring road take the Corso Unità d’Italia exit, continue on Corso A.M. Dogliotti, turn left in Corso Bramante, turn left in Via Giordano Bruno.

Come to PAV by bike!
There’s a new TObike station very close to the museum; you can come easily now!
For further information about stations and subscriptions go to the official web site