Rules for access to prevent the spread of COVID-19
Restricted opening hours and admissions
Museo del Novecento is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10.00 to 7.30 pm. The Museum in closed on Monday.
Last admission one hour before closing.
The number of admissions is limited.
The maximum duration of visits is two hours.
The entrance is in piazza Duomo 8.
It isn't allowed to enter the Museum without a valid ticket on Saturday, Sunday and public holidays. Book and purchase your ticket at least one day in advance here.
On weekdays to access the Museum, it's recommended to book and purchase the ticket here.
Online booking is free of charge and is recommended also for those who are entitled to discounts or free entry.
You must produce your booking, either in print or in digital format on a display, at the entrance.
Guides must book for their groups on the website respecting maximum numbers of the museum.
They will have to sign the attached form and accept the museum's anti-covid procedures.
Health measures at the entrance
Face mask is required upon entry.
A thermoscanner is available for measuring body temperature. Visitors with a temperature of 37.5° or higher will not be allowed access.
Hands must be sanitised with the sanitising liquid available at the entrance
The visit route is one-way.
Inside the Museum, it is mandatory to maintain a distance of at least one meter between visitors. The room staff will provide information on the time to be spent in the rooms and the duration of the visit.
Cloakroom service is suspended.
Access with helmets, backpacks or bulky bags is not permitted
Visitors are also encouraged to sanitise their hands when using the toilets.
Any PPEs, protective equipment such as masks or gloves, should be disposed of in the appropriate waste bins.
The indications for users provided in the Museum Service Charter – insofar as they do not conflict with the abovementioned points – and the good practices for visiting museums remain valid.