The uniqueness of the route requires a restricted access of the public, who will be able to visit the building only by guided tour and according to pre-established shifts: every Monday and Friday at 2:30 pm, every Saturday and Sunday at 11:30 am and 2:30 pm.
Places available for each tour are limited to a maximum of ten participants.
You can buy tickets at the ticket office of the Tridentine Diocesan Museum or purchase them online here.
The ascent to the Tower is by foot only (elevator not present), overcoming a height difference of 156 steps. For safety reasons, the visit to the tower is precluded for people less than 5 feet/1.20 m tall; it is not recommended for people with mobility difficulties, heart patients, asthmatics, those suffering from vertigo and claustrophobia. Children under the age of 14 are allowed only if accompanied by an adult. It is forbidden to go up with bags, backpacks and/or containers of any kind or shape, which must be deposited at the ticket office. The use of cameras and video cameras is permitted. Participation is subject to the signing of a waiver in which the visitor, informed about the characteristics of the route to the Tower, declares that he/she assumes all responsibility for any accidents caused by misbehavior or physical conditions unsuitable for the visit.
The Tower is not accessible to people with disabilities.
7.00 € in addition to the Museum entrance ticket. Access to the Tower includes a one-hour guided tour. The ticket for visiting the Tower cannot be sold separately from the Museum entrance ticket.
Combined ticket Tower + Tridentine Diocesan Museum full price: € 14.00
Combined ticket Tower + Diocesan Museum Tridentino over 65: € 12.00
Combined ticket Tower + Diocesan Museum Tridentino for university students and under 26: € 9.00
Combined ticket Tower + Diocesan Museum Tridentino for children under 14, Guest Card Trentino, Museum Pass: € 7,00