VISIT

Here you can find all the necessary information to plan and fully enjoy your visit, including opening hours, entrance fees, and practical tips for exploring the rich art collection.

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Where to Find Us
Address: Piazza Rinascimento 13, 61029, Urbino (PU)

Call Us
For information, reservations, and group bookings: +39 0722 350077

Everything you need to know to visit the National Gallery of the Marches.

Opening Hours

Tuesday to Sunday: from 8:30 AM to 7:15 PM, with ticket office closing at 6:15 PM

Monday WEEKDAYS : CLOSED

Monday HOLIDAYS: according to ministerial provisions

Closing days: December 25, January 1

Admission Tickets

Full Price: € 10.00
Reduced Price: € 2.00
Reservation: € 1.00

First Sunday of the month: FREE

Annual Pass: € 30.00 (12 months)

Integrated Ticket

Galleria Nazionale Delle Marche + Rocca Demaniale Di Gradara (Valid for 5 days from the date of issue)

Full Price: € 13.00
Reduced Price: € 4.00

Library

Tuesday: 9 am – 5:30 pm
Wednesday: 9 am – 1 pm
Friday: 9 am – 1 pm

It is recommended to call in advance to ensure actual opening hours.
Contact: Nives Scarpetti +39 0722 2760

Bookshop

From Tuesday to Sunday: from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Monday: CLOSED

Closing days: December 25, January 1

It is forbidden

Access the museum rooms with large bags or backpacks, umbrellas.

Smoke in the rooms.

Eat inside the rooms.

Bring dogs, unless they are small and placed in appropriate carriers.

Toilettes

Ground floor and 2nd floor

Cloakroom

For bulky bags, umbrellas (not guarded).

Access for Disabled

Elevator up to the second floor.

Discounts and Free Admission

Membership in the respective categories must be proven with a valid document.

Reduced admission

Citizens of the European Union aged 18 to 25.

Non-European Union citizens aged 18 to 25, provided there is reciprocity in the reduction.

Free admission

Visitors under the age of eighteen.

Teachers from state schools.

Members of ICOM (International Council of Museums).

Tour guides from the European Union with a professional license.

Tourist interpreters from the European Union when their work is required alongside a guide.

Personnel from the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities.

Groups of students from public and private schools in the European Union, accompanied by their teachers, by prior reservation, within the contingent established by the museum.

Professors and students belonging to faculties of:

  • Architecture.
  • Conservation of cultural heritage.
  • Educational Sciences.
  • Literature and Philosophy (courses with an archaeological or art historical focus).
  • Fine Arts Academies.

Students of the Central Institute for Restoration, the Opificio delle Pietre Dure, and the School for Mosaic Restoration.

Journalists from EU member states with a valid press card.

Citizens of the European Union with documented disabilities, including their companions.

Foreign citizens under the age of 18, provided there is reciprocity in the free admission.

Reduced admission

Citizens of the European Union aged 18 to 25.

Non-European Union citizens aged 18 to 25, provided there is reciprocity in the reduction.

Free admission

Visitors under the age of eighteen.

Teachers from state schools.

Members of ICOM (International Council of Museums).

Tour guides from the European Union with a professional license.

Tourist interpreters from the European Union when their work is required alongside a guide.

Personnel from the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities.

Groups of students from public and private schools in the European Union, accompanied by their teachers, by prior reservation, within the contingent established by the museum.

Professors and students belonging to faculties of:

  • Architecture.
  • Conservation of cultural heritage.
  • Educational Sciences.
  • Literature and Philosophy (courses with an archaeological or art historical focus).
  • Fine Arts Academies.

Students of the Central Institute for Restoration, the Opificio delle Pietre Dure, and the School for Mosaic Restoration.

Journalists from EU member states with a valid press card.

Citizens of the European Union with documented disabilities, including their companions.

Foreign citizens under the age of 18, provided there is reciprocity in the free admission.

A prestigious Gallery within a living Museum, open to events, exhibitions, and ceremonies, in the splendid setting of Renaissance Urbino.

Event Spaces

The magnificent architecture of Palazzo Ducale in Urbino also comes to life for private events, artistic gatherings, concerts, and weddings. Discover the dedicated rooms.

Bring a bit of GNDM to your home

Bring a bit of Galleria Nazionale delle Marche to your home, from books to exhibition catalogs. Purchase from the official store with delivery across Europe.

News

Extraordinary openings and closures, special offers, news, and other updates about Galleria Nazionale delle Marche can be found in the News section.