Musei Reali

Palazzo Reale

Savoy Royal Residences, located in Torino and its surroundings, are a journey along monumental architecture styles between XVII and XVIII century, and an expression of monarchy ideology..
Added to UNESCO world heritage list since 1997


Overlooking Piazza Castello, the Royal Palace, the Savoy Gallery, the Royal Armoury, the Royal Library and the Archaeological Museum, the Chapel of the Holy Shroud together with Chiablese Halls (the residence of Pauline Bonaparte and birthplace of Queen Margaret of Savoy, the first Queen of Italy) together constitute the Royal Museums of Torino, a project which underlines the central focus of the city and its artistic heritage within the international panorama: around 3 km of an extraordinary itinerary to re-experience the city’s evolution, from the first Roman settlement to the Unification of Italy.