Monday and Tuesday: closed
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 2.00-7.30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 8.30 a.m. – 7.30 p.m.
Last access: 6.30 p.m.
No reservation required
The practice of the free first Sunday of every month is currently suspended.
Tuesday 27 October: 3.30 pm -7.30 p.m.
Friday 30 October: 10.00 am- 7.30 pm
Tuesday 3 November: 3.30 pm -7.30 p.m.
Last entrance 6.30 pm
Making your visit safe
A few simple rules for a safe visit to the Gallery
In the interests of visitor safety, we have adopted the following precautions for access to the Gallery:
- Any visitor with influenza symptoms or whose body temperature is over 37.5° C will not be admitted.
- An obligatory body temperature reading will be taken using a thermal scanner before visitors are admitted to the ticket office.
- Visitors must maintain a safe social distance of at least one metre: markers have been installed on the floor to indicate how and where to queue for admission to the ticket office.
- Admission is only granted to visitors who wear a face mask and sanitise their hands, using the dispensers provided in the ticket office, along the visit itinerary and in the bathrooms.
- Use of the lifts is currently restricted to visitors with limited mobility and just one escort each.
- Audio guides are currently not available.
- Only one person will be admitted to the ticket office and the bookshop at a time and at no time may there be more than two people in each.
- Visitors must sanitise their hands before using the lockers.
Visitor access is monitored room by room: updated information will be provided at the ticket office if admission is suspended temporarily because the rooms have reached maximum capacity.
Please note that rooms 38, 39 and 40 of the Gallery are temporarily closed to visitors for reorganisation operations.
The museum is committed to offering the public as extensive a set of opening hours as possible, so as to comply with the criteria of opening to the public and of the security and safety of state museums and cultural venues as stipulated in the Ministerial Decree dated 30 June 2015, pending the completion of the employment procedures whose purpose is to overcome the current staff shortages and increase the numbers available for service.
Full price: €8.00
Reduced price: €2.00
Citizens of the European Union, Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Iceland aged from 18 to 25. A valid identity document must be shown.
Annual museum card: €20.00, valid for 365 days from the date of first access and non-transferable (may be used by the named bearer only).
Members of the Italian Touring Club have a special discounted price of €4.00.
Free of charge
Under 18s; tourist guides with a recognised license; MiBACT (Ministry) staff; members of ICOM (International Council of Museums); student groups from any school, public or private, anywhere in the European Union, accompanied by their teachers; teachers in any Italian state schools.
Students and lecturers of architecture, archaeology, art history, conservation of cultural heritage and education sciences coming from the European Union, with their student card or any other document that certifies their current enrolment; students of the Opificio delle Pietre Dure (Workshop of Semi-Precious Stones school of restoration) in Florence; students of the School of Mosaic Restoration in Ravenna and of the Institute for Conservation and Restoration; journalists with an official identification card; people with disabilities from the European Union and their escorts.
Italian and foreign journalists who are members of the national guild of journalists and can show their guild membership card complete with the impressed or attached annual stamp relative to the current year.
Works on loan
This section is currently being prepared.
Situated on the ground floor, in the same venue as the ticket office, the bookshop specialises in publications of art history in general and that of Umbria in particular. This is where you can buy the Gallery’s guidebook, postcards and articles of Umbrian craftsmanship inspired by the works on show in the museum. This service is run on a contract basis by Sistema Museo.
Infoline: 199 151123
The cloakroom is situated in the same venue as the ticket office. For security reasons, visitors must deposit umbrellas, backpacks, bags and any other bulky objects in the cloakroom. There is no charge for this service. Students must deposit their backpacks. This service is run on a contract basis by Sistema Museo.
T. +39 075 5721009
How to reach the museum
Arriving by car
Perugia has carparks equipped with pedestrian routes or escalators (look for the names ‘Mercato Coperto’, ‘Briglie di Braccio’, ‘Piazza Partigiani’, ‘Viale Pellini’ and ‘Piazzale Europa’). In addition, you can take the Minimetro from the carpark at Pian di Massiano to the end of the line at Pincetto.
Visitors with disabilities
There is a lift at the entrance and exit and platform lifts are located along the exhibition itinerary.
Visitors with mobility difficulties can use one of the free wheelchairs available at the entrance.
Visitors who wish to use this service must present and deposit a currently valid identity document.
Baby Pit Stop
This service is temporarily not available
Promoted by UNICEF, the Baby Pit Stop is a service available for our smallest visitors, an area dedicated to feeding and taking care of babies. The Baby Pit Stop is a space designed especially for mothers and their babies, an area that mothers can access free of charge to feed their babies and change their nappies in a reserved, hospitable setting.
Audio guides and video guides
This service is temporarily not available
Individual guides in Italian, English and French cost €3.00 each.
Didactic assistance for schools and educational services
Access to the museum is free of charge, but is subject to a (free) obligatory reservation (Sistema Museo, Infoline 199 151123). When you arrive at the ticket office, you must provide a complete list of the students and teachers drawn up on your school’s headed notepaper. Didactic assistance for visiting school groups is available and can be agreed with Sistema Museo when making your reservation (please go to the Sistema Museo website for further information). Thematic didactic itineraries for schools and adults are drawn up by the museum’s own staff for special occasions and are advertised each time in customised press releases.
Management: Veruska Picchiarelli, Carla Scagliosi
Staff: Francesca Berardi, Tiziana Dentici, Cristina Lemmi, Jacopo Meniconi, Silvia Merletti, Valentina Mesina, Monica Paggetta, Aurora Roscini Vitali, Matteo Rossi, Candido Tamantini, Tiziana Testa.
+39 075 58668406
Library and Historical Archives
On the 5th floor of Palazzo dei Priori.
The National Gallery of Umbria’s Library is temporarily closed to the general public. Arrangements are being made to expand the service that digitalises volumes on request, so as to facilitate scholars while ensuring compliance with the legislation governing reproduction.
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