Visit the Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria.

Would you like to plan your visit to the National Gallery of Umbria in Perugia?

This page contains useful information on how to get there and how to spend a special day at the GNU.

Where we are

Palazzo dei Priori
Corso Vannucci, 19
6123 Perugia

Opening times

Opening times

4 July— 27 August

Monday to Sunday: from 8:30 to 19:30.
The ticket office closes at 18:30.

28 August — 31 October

Monday : from 12 to 19:30. Tuesday to Sunday: from 8:30 to 19:30.
The ticket office closes at 18:30.

1 November — 3 March 2024

Tuesday to Sunday: from 8:30 to 19:30. Monday closed
The ticket office closes at 18:30.

Extraordinary openings

22 September

8.30 – 23.30

23 September

8.30 – 22.30

29 September

8.30 – 23.30

5 October

8.30 – 23.30

12 October

8.30 – 21.00

27 October

8.30 – 23.30

On National Unity and Armed Forces Day, saturday 4th November 2023, state museums and archaeological parks will be open free of charge.


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As stipulated by Art. 14 of Italian Legislative Decree N° 61, dated 01.06.2023, (whose purpose is to finance and set in motion projects to safeguard and reconstruct public and private cultural heritage, including museums, damaged as a consequence of the floods taking place on and after 1 May 2023), with effect from 15 June and until 15 September 2023, there will be an increase of one Euro in the cost of tickets for access to cultural institutions belonging to the state, as define din Art. 101 of Italian Legislative Decree N° 42, dated 22 January 2004.

Full: 11 €.

Concessions: 3€

Citizens of the European Union, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein aged between 18 and 25.
You will need to show proof of identity.

Nationals of non-EU countries holders of regular residence permit issued for the reasons stated on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Concessions: 6€

Members of the Touring Club Italiano.
You will have to show your TCI membership card.

During the Umbria Jazz Festival (7th-16th July) those who have purchased a ticket’s concert. A valid ticket must be presented to ticket office

Free for:

  • Minors of 18 years of age.
  • Disabled persons resident in the European Union and their accompanying persons.
  • Licensed tourist guides.
  • MIC personnel.
  • ICOM (International Council of Museums) members.
  • Groups of students from any school, public or private, belonging to the European Union, accompanied by their teachers.
  • Italian state school teachers.
  • Students and teachers in architecture, archaeology, art history, cultural heritage conservation and educational sciences resident in the European Union. You must present your academic transcript or other documentation certifying your enrolment.
  • Students of the Opificio delle Pietre Dure in Florence.
  • Students of the Mosaic Restoration School of Ravenna and of the Istituto Superiore per la Conservazione ed il Restauro.
  • Italian journalists registered with the Order of Journalists. You must show your membership card to the Order with the annual stamp or “stamp” referring to the current year.
  • Foreign journalists.

Annual membership:
25,00 €

Membership is personal and valid 365 days from the first access.

First Sunday of every month

You can reserve here

No food or beverages of any kind may be taken into the exhibition rooms.

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Reserve your visit

Ticket office/bookshop


Telephone: +39 075 5721009

Sistema Museo

How to arrive

Whether you live in Umbria, another Italian region or abroad, you can get to the GNU by various means of transport:

By plane

The airport of Umbria – Perugia ‘San Francesco d’Assisi’ is located in S. Egidio, halfway between Perugia and Assisi. It is connected to about 15 Italian and European cities. From here you can take the A.C.A.P. shuttle bus to Perugia, which also stops in the central Piazza Italia.

If, on the other hand, you arrive at Rome’s Fiumicino airport, you can take an Autolinee Sulga bus to Piazza Partigiani in Perugia.

By car

You can use the Saba car parks with walkways or escalators: you can find them at the Mercato Coperto, Briglie di Braccio, Piazza Partigiani, Viale Pellini and Piazzale Europa.
You can also park at Pian di Massiano and reach the Pincetto terminal with the Minimetrò.

By train

From Fontivegge station you can take the city bus and get off at Piazza Italia or the Minimetrò to the Pincetto terminal.


The Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria is a place of culture accessible to everyone.

Lifts and wheelchairs

If you have a mobility impairment or walking difficulties, you will find a lift at the entrance and exit.

During the exhibition route, on the other hand, you will find lifts that allow you to move easily from one room to another.

If you need a wheelchair, you can rent one at the entrance – it is free of charge. For the rental we will only ask you to leave a valid identity document.

Audioguides and Wi-Fi

Every room in the Galleria is equipped with Wi-Fi.

Audioguides of the museum : service under maintenance.

Accessible artwork descriptions

The digitised works of the GNU collection contain an accessible description.
It is designed for all people who surf the web and want to approach the works in an accessible and clear language, useful even for those who cannot see the details of our masterpieces.

Baby Pit Stop

The GNU is open to people of all age groups. Here you will find a space designed especially for mothers, fathers and anyone who comes to visit us with children.

The Baby Pit Stop is a service promoted by UNICEF. It is an area dedicated to breastfeeding and baby care: here you can sit in peace and find the privacy you need to breastfeed, change nappies and take care of the little explorers who accompany you.


In order to guarantee a safe visit to the Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria, we have implemented a few simple rules.


During your visit you must leave umbrellas, backpacks, bags and any other bulky objects in our cloakroom. The cloakroom service is free of charge and can be found inside the ticket office.