GAM TORINO - GALLERIA CIVICA D'ARTE MODERNA E CONTEMPORANEA

Museum
The GAM was the first museum in Italy to promote a public collection of modern art. The nucleus of the collection dates back to 1863, when the Savoy endowed Turin with a civic museum.
Articulated along a tour that winds through the four floors of the museum, the collections and exhibitions surprise visitors with their richness. The tour begins on the second floor, where paintings and sculptures from the 1800s are exhibited.

The first floor hosts works from the twentieth century - from Divisionism, Futurism and Abstractionism to Pop Art and Arte Povera - chronologically aligning works by great Italian and foreign masters, such as Balla, Severini, Boccioni, De Chirico, Dix, Ernst, Klee.
The GAM offers a rich set of events: from the great exhibitions of Italian and international artists to the most contemporary research dedicated to oung people.


SAFETY RULES: The most important information for visitors:
- At the entrance, temperature will be taken. Access to the visitor with a temperature higher than or equal to 37.5°C will not be allowed.
- Access will be allowed to a limited number of visitors, in order to ensure adequate interpersonal distance. All the itineraries for visits will be guided by specific signs and by the staff present on the premises.
- Visitors in the queue and those making the visit to the museum are required to keep the interpersonal safety distance.
- For the entire stay in the museum it will be mandatory to wear a mask correctly.
- Hydroalcoholic sanitizing solution will be available to the public throughout the premises.
- Although not mandatory, we recommend purchasing the museum entrance tickets at www.ticketone.it


With the cards you can make a reservation at the following link.
Here are details for individuals and groups: https://www.fondazionetorinomusei.it/it/gestione-biglietti-e-prenotazioni-web

Contacts
Via Magenta, 31, 10128 Torino (TO)

45.0652976, 7.6689926

Tariffs
  • Free
    carers of the disabled, the disabled, journalists (ID required), Guide turistiche Italia, Teachers with group, MIBAC, under 18 years, Abbonamento Musei holders, Second Tuesday of the month, soci ICOM
  • € 10,00
    Full price
    Gam only or Exhibition only; Temporary closure 19th century Collection; BOOKING RECOMMENDED;
  • € 8,00
    Reduced price
    ;
    Aged 18-25, Party of 20 min., Over 65
  • € 14,00
    Full price
    museum + exhibition Helmut Newton; BOOKING ADVISED;
Special rates
  • € 1,00
    Reduced
    19 collezioni + mostre comprese nel biglietto + mostra Artissima - ingresso a 1€; Mostre Newton alla GAM ingresso a prezzo pieno
    From 07/11/2020 to 07/11/2020

From 01/08/2020 to 31/12/2021

  • Mon
    Closed
  • Tue
    Closed
  • Wed
    Closed
  • Thu
    12:00 - 19:00
  • Fri
    12:00 - 19:00
  • Sat
    10:00 - 19:00
  • Sun
    10:00 - 19:00

From 07/11/2020 to 07/11/2020

  • Sat
    10:00 - 19:00, 19:00 - 22:00
Ticket office closures
1 h prima / before
Services
  • Bookshop
  • Refreshment Point
  • Conference room
    Capienza: 300 posti
  • Cloakroom
    A pagamento
  • Activities / Services for the visually impaired
    didascalie delle opere ad alta leggibilità e attività specifiche su prenotazione
  • Wheelchair hire
    Su richiesta, gratuito /on request, for free
  • Pets Allowed
    Cani piccola taglia nel trasportino
  • Activities/Services for the non-hearing
    su esplicita richiesta è possibile effettuare una visita guidata in LISS e attività specifiche su prenotazione
  • Educational workshop (€ 75,00)
    euro 75/gruppo. Prenotazioni: da lunedì a venerdì orario 9,30-13 e 14-16 Tel. 011 4436999 infogamdidattica@fondazionetorinomusei.it
    www.gamtorino.it/it/education/scuole
  • Family Activities (€ 7,00)
    Calendario sul sito: www.arteintorino.com/visite-guidate/gam.html Prenotazioni: da lunedì a venerdì orario 9,30-13 e 14-16 Tel. 011 4429629 madamadidattica@fondazionetorinomusei.it
  • Packed lunch
Accessibility Services
Physical accessibility
Disabled facilities and services
Toilets
Cards and tourist objects