Continuous visiting hours every day:

November to February: 9.00am - 4.30pm
March, October: 9.00am - 6.00pm
April to September >: 9.00 - 19.00
Easter and Easter Monday open

Evening opening: from 16 June to 24 September 21.00-22.00 to attend the bell ringing at 21.30

Last entrance ticket half an hour before closing.


The Bell rings every day:

at 21.30 with daylight saving time, at 20.30 with solar time.
Sunday also rings at 12.00

NB: In the winter period, with an announced temperature of 0°, the Bell will not be ringed to prevent it from being damaged.


The visit can vary from approximately 30 to 60 minutes, depending on the preferences of the visitors and includes:

  • Permanent exhibition “The world at the Bell”
  • Access the monumental area of the Bell through Viale delle Bandiere
  • Memory Tunnel Access.
  • At 10.00-12.00-14.00-16.00-18.00 it will be possible to listen to the faithful reproduction of the sound of Maria Dolens.

Visitors can move freely, without having to drive. The guided tour is available upon request and booking for groups of more than 20 people at the price of €2.00 each.

If you choose to visit the Bell of the Fallen independently, no reservation is required.
If, on the other hand, you wish to request a guided tour, please contact us to evaluate the availability of our operators.








6-18 years old; students in possession of the student card, over 60, disabled + companion; Journalists; Religious; Plainclothes law enforcement



Groups of more than 20 people



Agreement with educational activities



0-6 years; uniformed police forces; bus drivers; guide; civil service operators; guest card; Museum card; Card "Incooperation"; Professional Artist Card of IAA/AIAP


Option Family

family 1+1:


1 whole and 1 reduced

family 1+2:


1 whole and 2 reduced

family 2+1:


2 full and 1 reduced

family 2+2/+ :


2 whole and 2/+ reduced


Pets are not allowed in the monumental area. For this reason, a space has been set up outside the museum for visitors who need to leave their dog during their visit. Vademecum area Dogs

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