The Camera degli Sposi and Castello di San Giorgio: the Renaissance in Mantua. For the sake of conservation, access is limited to 1,500 entries per day, reservations are mandatory for groups and are to be made through the call centre, also recommended for individual visitors and families. Access to the Camera degli Sposi is in groups of 25 people with a maximum stay in the area of 5 minutes.
Corte Vecchia: from the Middle Ages to the ‘700, through Pisanello and the Ducal court. No limitation to the duration of the visit.
On occasion, the following routes are open to the public (please follow the respective [link] to verify access, timetables and possible entrance costs):
Piazza Sordello, 40 - 46100 Mantua.
Paid parking in front of the Palace, other parking areas nearby.
In our bookshop you can find the most updated catalogues and guides. A wide selection of works dedicated to the Mantuan territory by great masters of art is also available. The bookshop respects the museums opening times.
Audio guides available in four languages (Italian, English, German, French) at a cost of € 5.00 per person.
Visitors can enter individually or in groups, also accompanied by authorized guides, taking the selected route freely, where there are panels in both Italian and English with informative texts about the environment and works. Audio guides are available in Italian, English, German and French at a cost of € 5.00 per person.
It is possible to take amateur photographs inside the Museum with a smartphone, tablet or camera, for personal documentation, as long as no flash, tripod or selfie stick is used. Any other use of photographs must be previously authorized by the Management of the Museum.
Backpacks, umbrellas and bulky items must be deposited in the cloakrooms.
We inform our kind visitors that during the winter period, the Castello di San Giorgio and the Apartment of Isabella in Corte Vecchia are air-conditioned. The other rooms to be visited, due to the nature of the spaces, are without a heating system. Consequently, we advise our kind visitors who leave backpacks, umbrellas and bulky items in the cloakroom, to keep their jackets and coats with them in case they would like to. Enjoy your visit!