Timetables and info

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TIMETABLES

Luigi Bailo Museum

From Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm (the ticket office closes at 5:30 pm).

For more information: +39 0422 658954 Tuesday to Friday from 9 am to 12 pm
prenotazioni@museitreviso.it

Santa Caterina Museum

From Tuesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm (the ticket office closes at 5:30 pm).

For more information: +39 0422 658954 Tuesday to Friday from 9 am to 12 pm
prenotazioni@museitreviso.it

RATES

Luigi Bailo Museum

Full: €7
Reduced*: € 5

Free*

Full price (combined two museums): €11.00

Reduced (combined two museums) € 7.00

for online purchases, a charge of € 1.00 will be applied

Santa Caterina Museum

Full: €7
Reduced*: € 5

Free*

Full price (combined two museums): €11.00

Reduced (combined two museums) € 7.00


for online purchases, a presale of € 1.00 will be applied

* SEE THE DISCOUNTS BELOW

DISCOUNTS: groups of at least 10 paying people, both with and without a guide, over 65, affiliated associations (ARCI, FAI, Touring Club, Amici dei Musei, Network of Art Places of the Municipality of Vittorio Veneto, MUVE Foundation of Venice, TRA. Treviso Research Art, CTG, Youth Tourist Center, Italia Nostra), university students and Fine Arts Academies, participants in educational initiatives of the Museum.

FREE: up to 18 years, people with disabilities and their companions, authorized guides, journalists with card, school leaders (up to two for each class), one guide for each group (minimum 10 people), ICOM members, authorized critics and scholars, accredited volunteers

TREVIGIANO CARD

Initiative aimed at residents of the Municipality and Province of Treviso.
The card allows unlimited access to the Bailo Museum and the Canova Gloria Trevigiana exhibition, the Santa Caterina Museum and temporary exhibitions organized by the Civic Museums (exhibitions organised by third parties are excluded).
It also allows admission with a reduced ticket for €7 to the Salce Collection Museum.
The card is strictly personal, valid until 31 December 2022 and can be purchased directly at the ticket offices of the museums by presenting valid ID.
The cost of the release is €15, while for those who benefit from the reductions (over 65, affiliated associations, university students and academies of fine arts) it is € 10.

WHERE WE ARE

Luigi Bailo Museum

Borgo Cavour, 24 31100 Treviso

Arrival by train

The walk to the museum takes approximately 15 minutes. Exit the station and turn left, walk along part of the walls until you reach Piazza della Vittoria, along viale Alcide de Gaspari and Via Bressa: from here, walk along via San Nicolò admiring some of the most interesting examples of “Urbs Picta” along the way. Go past the walls of San Teonisto, with its intriguing Art Nouveau villas, up to the monumental Porta Santi Quaranta. Turn right onto Borgo Camillo Benso Conte di Cavour and in front of the Parish of Sant’Agnese, you will find the Luigi Bailo Museum.

By car

We do not have a car park reserved for the museum, but a few steps from the headquarters there are large and numerous public car parks with spaces reserved for people with disabilities. Beware of access restrictions and bans that protect the historic centre from traffic. Two circulation rings, one internal and one external, line the Sixteenth-Century walls and allow you to make a complete tour of the city to reach the most convenient parking lots, all close to the Bailo Museum.
Closest car parks: Parcheggio Cantarane e Parcheggio ex Pattinodromo

By bus

The centre of Treviso is served by an efficient public transport service. You can reach the Luigi Bailo Museum in just 5 minutes on foot from the closest stops of Porta SS Quaranta, Piazza Pio X or Piazza Duomo.
For information on lines and timetables, visit the MOM website www.mobilitadimarca.it

Santa Caterina Museum

Piazzetta Mario Botter, 1 31100 Treviso

By train

It will take you around 15 minutes to walk from the train station. Leaving the station, take via Roma, letting yourself be guided by the sculpture by Toni Benetton: walk along Corso del Popolo then take via Martiri della Libertà. Walk along the Loggia dei Cavalieri and continue to Piazza San Leonardo: pass the mill wheel and take Via Santa Caterina, to arrive at the widening of the Mario Botter square.

By car

We do not have a car park reserved for the museum, but a few steps from the headquarters there are large and numerous public car parks with spaces reserved for people with disabilities. Beware of access restrictions and bans that protect the historic centre from traffic. Two circulation rings, one internal and one external, line the sixteenth-century walls and allow you to make a complete tour of the city to reach the most convenient parking lots, all close to the museum.
These are the car parks near the Museum: Parcheggio Piazzale BurchiellatiParcheggio Stadio Tenni, Parcheggio ex Pattinodromo,Piazza Matteotti e Piazza del Grano

* the car parks in Piazza Matteotti, Piazza del Grano and Piazzale Burchiellati are not accessible on Tuesday and Saturday mornings.

By bus

The centre of Treviso is served by an efficient public transport service. You can reach the Santa Caterina Museum in just 2 minutes on foot from the nearest stop in Piazza Matteotti on lines 1 and 7.
For information on lines and timetables, visit the MOM website www.mobilitadimarca.it