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And if they concern Covid-19 remember that:
• it is compulsory to book for entry tickets. We don’t guarantee the admission without a booking
• it is compulsory to wear a face mask; to keep always an interpersonal distance at least 1 mt long; to follow signages and specific recommendations; to disinfect one’s hands using gel solution at disposal along the museum course.

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From 10.30 am to 7.00 pm
Last entry at 6.00 pm

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  • A journey in the world of wine, product – and producer – of culture. A journey among multimedia and interactive installations and surprising sets.

  • How nature contributes to the creation of a wine. The close link of wine with man, from prehistory to the modern day. Wine in the arts. The history of Barolo.

  • Yes. In the areas already involved, in the nineteenth – century, in the renovation implemented by Marchioness Giulia of Barolo to house the College for local boys.

  • Yes. The tour includes the piano nobile with the nineteenth-century furniture. That is where the Marquis and Marchioness of Barolo, Carlo Tancredi and Giulia, lived when they came to the castle.

  • Sì. Il percorso di visita include il piano nobile con gli arredi ottocenteschi. Vi abitavano i marchesi di Barolo, Carlo Tancredi e Giulia, quando venivano al castello.

  • François Confino, ingenious author of museums and exhibitions worldwide.

  • You take the tour on your own. Introductory panels present the rooms. If you want further information you can rent an audio guide. At weekends there are sometimes guided tours: information and timetables are available at the ticket office.



  • Certainly. The route is fully accessible.

  • Yes. The staff at the entrance will give you useful information.

  • Yes. If on a leash, well-behaved and does not disturb other visitors.

  •  You must! To remember how beautiful it is. Without selfie sticks/tripods.

  • In the castle’s cellars there is the Enoteca Regionale del Barolo. Check availability and opening times at