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Info Ticketing Galleria Spada
No booking obligation for individual visitors.
Groups: not permitted on Saturdays and Sundays; on other days of the week, reservation required for groups of max. 20 people with guide. Send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +39 066832409.
Free admission on the first Sunday of the month (no reservations, no guided tours for groups).
Guided tours of the Piano Nobile of the Palace (State Council Chambers): reservation required.
Gratuities and concessions
Individual visitors or groups wishing to visit the Gallery accompanied by specialised art historians can take advantage of the service organised by the Gebart company.
For information, bookings and costs
tel.: +39 066832409
fax: +39 068555952
Information for visitors with motor disabilities
Access for visitors with wheelchairs is possible from Piazza Capodiferro, where you can admire the decorated façade of the Renaissance palace; cross the 16th-century Cortile degli Stucchi, where the statues of the Olympian Gods are located and there is a telescope view of Borromini’s Prospettiva; proceed through the archway to the Giardino Grande; access to the bookshop is facilitated by a ramp; access to the Giardino Segreto is also via a ramp.
The rooms on the first floor can be reached by a spiral staircase; there is a small lift, but please note that some steps are required to reach them: if mobility is completely impeded and it is not possible to fold up a wheelchair, it will not be possible to access them, and the museum route accessible will be that of the Secret Garden. Access to the museum is free of charge.
Information for visitors with visual impairments
The Spada Gallery has set up a sensory tour for visually impaired visitors; the tour runs through the Gallery Rooms and the Secret Garden where, with the help of tactile tables, objects and sounds, the Baroque art collection of Cardinals Bernardino and Fabrizio and Borromini’s Prospettiva are presented to the public. Information and reservations are compulsory at the Ticket Office (Tuesdays excepted); to be verified on the basis of the number of visitors and the museum staff.