VISIT THE CASTLE

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New long weekends of SPECIAL OPENINGS coming up:

Thursday, April 25th – OPEN
Wednesday, May 1st – OPEN
Thursday, May 2nd – OPEN

OPENING HOURS

Open from March to December every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10:00 AM to 12:30 PM / 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Last entry is half an hour before closing time.

The rooms can be visited independently with free audioguides and Wi-Fi by downloading the Castle’s app on your smartphone. Alternatively, you can request a private or group guided tour.

During “The Magical Country of Christmas,” from mid-November to mid-December, tickets can be purchased directly from the website www.magicopaesedinatale.com.

ACCESSIBILITY WARNING: The castle is located at the top of the village, and reaching it requires walking up a steep cobblestone slope. People with motor disabilities have car access to the entrance and can visit the surrounding Park. Unfortunately, the presence of currently insurmountable architectural barriers prevents them from visiting my internal spaces. We are working to find a solution as soon as possible.

PRICES

Full price: €7

Reduced price: €5 (for those aged 65 and over)

Free admission for:

  • Children up to 14 years old
  • Museum Pass holders (ABBONAMENTO MUSEI PIEMONTE, TORINO+PIEMONTE CARD, ROYAL CARD)
  • Journalists, tour guides, disabled individuals, and their accompanying person.

Please present the membership card or pass at the ticket office and indicate it in the message box on the form.

A €0.50 pre-sale fee applies to online purchases.

At the ticket office, we accept cash, cards, debit cards, and Satispay.

SCHOOLS

Visits and educational activities designed just for you!

CONTACT US VIA EMAIL FOR MORE INFORMATION

GROUPS AND PRIVATE VISITS

For groups of 15 or more people, reservations are mandatory

CONTACT THE SECRETARY’S OFFICE FOR ALL DETAILS

Select a date and book your visit to the castle

FAQ

Yes, during the opening hours of the ticket office:
Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 10-12 / 15-18.
Last entry allowed at 11:30 AM and 5:30 PM.

Reservation is not mandatory, but it ensures entry during the desired time slot.

Yes, only small pets are allowed, and they must be carried in your arms throughout the entire visit.

You can park on the avenue below the castle and in the square in front of the cemetery.

Yes, campers can park for extended periods in the cemetery square or in the external square of the schools. There is a dumping and water supply area near the roundabout of Corso Alfieri di Sostegno. During events, specific parking areas are designated.

Yes, you can contact the email address info@castellorealedigovone.it to book an exclusive visit.

Yes, you can find all the information on the organize events page

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    EXPLORE

    DISCOVER THE tour visit

    Travel through time as you explore the rooms of the castle.

    Initially a noble palace, then a royal residence, and finally a community space for all the people of Govone, the castle spans and connects centuries. Visiting it means rediscovering the milestones that have shaped it into the multifaceted and therefore unique place it is now.

    AUDIO GUIDE AND INTERACTIVE TOUR

    DOWNLOAD THE CASTLE APP

    Did you know that you can visit the castle independently and access all of its content through the dedicated app?

    Connect to the Wi-Fi network and download it for free. You can do it from home by accessing Google Play or the App Store, or on-site using the QR code found at the ticket office and along the tour route panels.

    DISCOVER GOVONE

    THE PARK, THE GARDENS, THE VILLAGE, AND THE HIKING PATHS

    Govone extends beyond my walls. It is an entire community that takes care of the magnificent places it inhabits. I invite you to explore everything that surrounds me: the park and the gardens, the greenhouse, the intimate rose garden, the village, and the outdoor trails immersed in nature, which you can explore on foot or by bike.

    The park, inhabited by squirrels, woodpeckers, jays, embraces the castle all around with its hedges of boxwood, beech trees, elms, and cypresses.

    The gardens gather and showcase Maria Cristina's passion for botany, particularly for roses, displaying various splendid antique varieties.

    The historic center extends the visit beyond the castle walls, revealing the authenticity of a village that, while continuing to live, preserves its memory.

    The trails lead you along the edges of the constellation of which the castle is the protagonist, through fields, vineyards, and hazelnut groves, allowing you to discover the land.