Savoy Gallery

Musei Reali - Galleria Sabauda

ROYAL MUSEUMS OF TORINO is a project that confirms Torino’s central role and its artistic, architectural and historic heritage in the international scenario: some 3 km of an exceptional tour route to relive the city’s events, from the firs Roman settlements to the Unification of Italy.
It includes the Royal Armory, the Royal Library, the Savoy Gallery, the Royal Palace, the Royal Gardens , Chiablese Palace, the Archaeological Museum with the Roman Theatre.

Built in 1832 by will of Carlo Alberto and housed in the restored New Wing of the Royal Palace, the Savoy Gallery is one of the top art gallery in Italy with over 180 years of history and more than 700 works produced from the 13th to the 20th century by Italian and European artists. All the works, of inestimable value, date back to the Italian Renaissance and also feature the Flemish and Dutch school.