June will be a month dedicated to art. To celebrate the Italian Republic Day, Thursday 2 June, the Gallerie d’Italia museums in Milan, Naples (open until 20:00), Turin and Vicenza shall be open to the public, who will have the opportunity to see both the temporary exhibitions and the permanent collections.
Museum opening hours on 2 June:
Gallerie d’Italia – Milano from 9:30 to 19:30
Gallerie d’Italia – Napoli from 10:00 to 20:00 (extended opening)
Gallerie d’Italia – Torino from 9:30 to 19:30
Gallerie d’Italia – Vicenza from 10:00 to 18:00
On Sunday 5 June, admission to the museums will also be free of charge, in line with the Ministry of Culture’s scheme for free admission to state-owned museums on the first Sunday of each month.
There will be plenty of opportunities to discover Gallerie d’Italia’s new museums in Naples and Turin, and also to explore the new features on offer at Gallerie d’Italia’s museums in Milan and Vicenza.
The Galleria di Palazzo degli Alberti in Prato, recently opened to the public and boasting works by Caravaggio, Bellini and Filippo Lippi, will also beopen specially on 2 June, from 10:30 to 19:00, as well as at the usual times each Saturday and Sunday. Admission is always free of charge: click here to book a visit.