On November 1st many museums and cultural institutions will remain open to allow visitors to take advantage of the All Saints’ Day.
The extraordinary openings will continue until November 5th, the first Sunday of the month, with free admission.
We would like to point out that on Saturday 4th November there will also be the possibility to enter the State museums for free on the occasion of National Unity and Armed Forces Day, as proposed by the Ministry of Culture.
So, if you are thinking of a trip out of town or simply a visit, these are the right days!
But which museums are open on November 1st?
Below is a short list of some of the institutions that will be open on Wednesday 1st in some of the main Italian cities.
- Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Milano
- Museo del Novecento
- Palazzo Reale di Milano
- Pinacoteca Ambrosiana
- Cripta San Sepolcro
- Collezione Peggy Guggenheim
- Palazzo Ducale
- Museo Correr
- Museo del vetro di Murano
- Ca’ Pesaro Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna
- Palazzo Mocenigo
- Ca’ Rezzonico Museo del Settecento
- Palazzo Fortuny
- Museo del Merletto di Burano
- Museo della Casa di Carlo Goldoni
- Palazzo Rosso
- Palazzo Bianco
- Galleria d’Arte Moderna di Genova
- Palazzo Tursi
- Palazzo Reale di Genova
- Palazzo Ducale of Genoa
- Galata Museo del Mare
- Gallerie di Palazzo Spinola
To have all the detailed information on the opening hours of each office, we recommend always visiting the official websites of each institution.