To enjoy the best possible visitor experience, see below for information on the services
offered by the Gallerie d’Italia – Palazzo Leoni Montanari in Vicenza.
Palazzo Leoni Montanari offers lockers with keys to leave your umbrellas, rucksacks and valuables.
The service is free.
The Gallerie d’Italia in Vicenza have changing tables available and are ready to accommodate requests from families.
Furthermore, workshops for children are organised every Sunday. Consult the Events section to see our planned activities.
Free audio guides are available at the ticket office in Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Arabic.
Guided group tours of the temporary exhibitions and permanent collections are available, subject to reservation (25 people maximum):
– Italian: 90 € per group
– English: 90 € per group
Thanks to a collaboration between the Gallerie d’Italia and Civita Tre Venezie, in every room you can find young culture mediators ready to offer you information, satisfy your curiosity and guide you as you experience the collections of the Gallerie d’Italia in Vicenza.
Look for the “ChiediMI” pin and start your tour!
In the bookshop of Palazzo Leoni Montanari, you will find a vast offering of art and culture publications, as well as objects of design and a line of merchandise dedicated to the permanent collections.
The bookshop is managed by Civita Tre Venezie.
Tuesday through Sunday: from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm (last admission at 5:30 pm)
Named after the head of Cultural Activities of Intesa Sanpaolo, who passed away in 2009, the “Fatima Terzo” Library has been a true research centre since 1999: here it is possible to carry out iconographic and documentary research on the ancient Russian icons permanently exhibited at the Gallerie d’Italia in Vicenza.
The library houses approximately 3,000 volumes, – including monographs and journals – which not only permit a more in-depth study of the Russian icon and the Intesa Sanpaolo icon collection, but also to further contextualise this extraordinary art form from a perspective that is chronological, philosophical, religious and geographical. The catalogue shows this in its four sections: “History”, “Philosophy”, “Religion” and “Art”.
Scholars and restorers can consult the library material (by appointment only) by writing to email@example.com or calling the toll-free number 800.578875.
The online catalogue of the library is also available here.
Offering an accessible space open to dialogue and diversity: from this perspective, the Gallerie d’Italia in Vicenza have created creative and interactive experiences meant for people with specific disabilities.
The didactic programme for guests with special educational needs is quite broad and adaptable to various requirements.
Visitors can choose to visit the museum in a single appointment or choose a series of meetings to experiment with various educational offerings. In both cases, the programmes are tailored to meet the specific needs of each group.
For this reason we suggest contacting the educational services staff at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can prepare your museum experience together.