Visitors can tour the halls on the main floor, including some room reconstructions, the ethnographic displays on the second floor, the crenellated tower (called the “Torre dell’Agnese” after the wife of Ubaldo Morozzo) and the large park, recently restored as part of the Interreg “Jardin des Alpes” project. Of note in the park are the three ancient specimens of Sophora japonica. Part of the garden has been turned into an orchard and planted with around 100 native local varieties of apples, pears and cherries.
13 May: Castelli Aperti, opening 10.00-18.00, guided tours.
September: European Heritage Day.
25 April - 31 October: Sunday and holidays (25 April; 1 May; 2 June; 15 August).
Opne by appointment fort tourists and groups.
Guided tours in english and french by appointment.
Adult € 5; students (age 7-14 anni), Senior over 65, Torino+Piemonte Card and groups (min. 20 people) € 2,50;
free for children under 6, under 14 (with their family), Abbonamento Musei Torino Piemonte card and disabled visitors with companion.