Grandi Giardini Italiani Srl

c/o Villa Erba
Largo Luchino Visconti, 4
22012 Cernobbio (COMO)

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© Dario Fusaro

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© Consorzio Venaria Reale


Giardini della Reggia di Venaria

Venaria Reale, Turin

Giardino storico
Coffee house & Restaurant
Pet Friendly
Wheelchair accessible
Wi-Fi Area
In the Name of the Rose

How to reach

By car
Turin Northern Ring Road (Tangenziale Nord), exit: Venaria or Savonera/Venaria

By bus
Venaria lies approximately 10 kilometres from the centre of Turin (Italy) and is reached by:
“Venaria Express” shuttle bus operated by GTT
For infoprmation please contact GTT at free number 800 019152

By train
With the Torino-Ceres railway line
GTT tel. +39 011 6910000


The Venaria Reale conveys the magnificence of the Savoy royal court between the 17th and 18th centuries.
In the mid-seventeenth century, Charles Emmanuel II of Savoy wanted to build a ''leisure and hunting'' residence, so he commissioned the project to the architect Amedeo di Castellamonte who designed a settlement outside the walls, a royal palace and the gardens.
Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, La Venaria Reale has undergone a major restoration project, the largest in Europe, which lead to its public opening in 2007. The works carried out in the Gardens, heavily damaged after the Napoleonic occupation, intended to restore their identity and the connection with the surrounding architecture and landscape while evoking and enhancing the seventeenth-eighteenth-century layout.
The Allea Centrale, the water channel that crosses the Parco Basso, connects the reborn Fontana d'Ercole, thanks to recent restoration works, with the Temple of Diana.
The Potager Royal stretches on the sides of the Allea for about 10 hectares in which orchards alternate with flowers and vegetable gardens.
The “Garden of Fluid Sculptures” by Giuseppe Penone completes the garden of the lower park by connecting the wall and the seventeenth-century caves through a reading of the contemporary garden. The upper park houses the flower garden, the rose garden with large ''cushions'' of remontant roses and the Grand Parterre, the most charming area of the eighteenth-century garden that links the important architectural works by Filippo Juvarra such as the Great Gallery, the Citroniera and the Royal Stables.
The Reggia hosts important exhibitions and events almost on a daily basis.
In the summer, the Gardens come alive with shows and events for audiences of all ages.

Giardini della Reggia di VenariaVenaria Reale, Turin (Piemonte)
15 September 2024
Capodimonte from the Reggia to the Museum
Giardini della Reggia di VenariaVenaria Reale, Turin (Piemonte)
13 October 2024
Venaria Green Art
Giardini della Reggia di VenariaVenaria Reale, Turin (Piemonte)
22 January 2025
William Blake and the Age of Romantic Fantasy

Amedeo di Castellamonte

Opening hours
Open all year round
The ticket office closes one hour before the indicated closing time
Mondays closed, except on public holidays

Reggia Piano Nobile and Exhibitions
Tuesday to Friday: 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Tuesday to Sunday and public holidays: 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Ticket ''All in a Palace''
The ticket includes admission to the Piano Nobile of the Reggia, the Gardens and the current exhibitions
Full ticket: € 20.00
Groups: € 16.00
Under 21 and Students Under 26: € 10.00
Family (2 adults + up to 4 children): € 48.00
Kids (o-6 years): free admission
Contact us
Piazza della Repubblica, 4
10078 Venaria Reale (TO)

Tel. +39 011 4992333
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