Plan your visit

When? Where? How much? If you are asking yourself these questions, you are on the right page. Tickets, opening hours, guided tours… here you will find everything you need to know to enjoy your experience to the full.

Opening times

Palazzo Roverella

We look forward to seeing you from 28 September 2019 to 26 January 2020!
Come and visit us every day
Monday through Friday from 9.30 to 19.00,
and Saturdays from 9.00 to 20.00

Palazzo Roncale

We look forward to seeing you from 16 October 2019 to 26 January 2020!
Come and visit us every day
Monday through Friday from 9.30 to 19.00,
and Saturdays from 9.00 to 20.00

To book or for more information, please call us
Monday through Friday from 9.30 to 18.30,
and on Saturdays from 9.30 to 13.30

Tickets

Palazzo Roverella - Giapponismo
Admission
€ 12

Concession
€ 8
Who can buy this ticket?
Visitors between 6 and 18 years old, affiliated categories and promotional coupons

Free admission
Children up to the age of 5; the disabled with 1 carer; journalists with press passes; tourist guides with license.

Family
Concession for two adults and free for your children (up to 18 years)


Buy your ticket
Palazzo Roverella - Pinacoteca/Archaeology

Free admission


Palazzo Roncale - Radiant
Free admission

Guided tours

Palazzo Roverella
In a foreign language (15-25 people)
€ 85

In sign language
free of charge

Palazzo Roncale

Special agreements

Palazzo Roverella
Concession
€ 8

Affiliated organisations
Another reason to visit the exhibition Giapponismo.
Check out our special agreements entitling you to concession tickets.
Check out all our special agreements

 

  • ACI – Automobile Club d’Italia
  • ARCI – Associazione Ricreativa e Culturale Italiana
  • AreaArte
  • Associazione Italia Liberty
  • Associazione Lavoratori Intesa Sanpaolo
  • Card Musei Metropolitani Bologna
  • Coop Alleanza 3.0
  • CTG – Centro Turistico Giovanile
  • FAI – Fondo Ambiente Italiano
  • Giardino Storico di Ca’ Dolfin-Marchiori
  • Intesa Sanpaolo – correntisti e personale
  • Italo Treno – possessori di biglietto acquistato per visitare la mostra, valido fino a 7 giorni dalla data di utilizzo del biglietto
  • Visitatori della mostra “L’Egitto di Belzoni” (Centro Culturale San Gaetano, Padova)
  • Soprintendenze – personale
  • Visitatori del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Este
  • Visitatori altri sedi museali – Museo dei Grandi Fiumi, Villa Badoer Fratta Polesine, Collezione Balzan Badia Polesine, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Adria, Museo Archeologico Fratta Polesine, Palazzo Diamanti di Ferrara, Muvig, Giardino Marchiori
  • Teatro Sociale di Rovigo – Abbonati
  • Touring Club Italia

Accessibility

Palazzo Roverella

Lifts, mobile ramps and wheelchairs. If you have a physical disability you can reach the main entrance to the exhibition autonomously. If you need assistance, the entrance is constantly attended by our staff during opening hours; they’ll be happy to welcome you and facilitate your visit, enabling you to explore every exhibition space and reach the restrooms with ease.

Palazzo Roncale

Lifts, mobile ramps and wheelchairs. If you have a physical disability you can reach the main entrance to the exhibition autonomously. If you need assistance, the entrance is constantly attended by our staff during opening hours; they’ll be happy to welcome you and facilitate your visit, enabling you to explore every exhibition space and reach the restrooms with ease.

Divieti

We have two priorities: to protect our art and make your experience with us unique.
For this reason, we regret that we do not allow the following in our exhibition halls:

pushchairs

phone calls

photographs

food and drink

videos

noise

animals

How to get here

Palazzo Roverella

Via Giuseppe Laurenti, 8/10 Rovigo 45100 (RO)

Palazzo Roncale

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele, 25 Rovigo 45100 (RO)

Our spaces are located opposite each other in the centre of Rovigo.

 

By train
We’re just a 15 minute walk away from the railway station. Take Viale Guglielmo Marconi, turn right into Viale Regina Margherita, then continue straight along Via Umberto I and Via Angeli.

By car
Take the Rovigo exit if you are coming from Bologna or the Boara Pisani exit if you are coming from Padua (motorway A13). If you are coming from Verona, instead, take the “Transpolesana” (state road SS 434).
In all cases, follow the directions for the city centre.

To park
You can park in Rovigo’s multi-storey car park, situated 600 metres away from Palazzo Roverella, in Piazzale Giuseppe Di Vittorio.

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