Sale of tickets for the exhibition masterpieces of the Vatican in the Tretyakov gallery will resume Thursday, and Friday – on the gallery’s website

Moscow. January 12. INTERFAX – a New batch of tickets for the exhibition masterpieces of the Vatican at the Tretyakov gallery will be on sale at the ticket office of the Museum on the Crimean shaft on Thursday, and at noon January 13 – to the site, reported “Interfax” in the press service of the Tretyakov gallery.

“We have a special section for the start of sales on the two days to those who will not be able to buy tickets on the first day, you could buy them the next day online,” – told Agency in the press-service.

In Galerie noted that one buyer can buy up to four tickets, while children older than three years will need to apply for a free ticket when purchasing adult ticket for the selected session.

Visitors sell named tickets – to purchase you must specify the full name of all guests for whom they are purchased. When you pass in a Museum the public will need to bring ID.

To exchange tickets to change the names of the visitors, it is impossible. Tickets can be returned just as they were purchased on the website or at the ticket office of the Museum.

To combat the middlemen and speculators, the Tretyakov gallery has temporarily suspended the sale of tickets through self-service terminals. In addition, the Museum entrance will be conducted only for pre-purchased tickets (the queue in the ticket office for tickets for the next session in the gallery canceled).

The disabled of the 1st group with one accompanying the disabled of the 2nd group (without an accompanying person), children with disabilities with one accompanying, and combat veterans can enter the exhibition without Queuing and get a free ticket at the box office.

The exhibition “Roma Aeterna. Masterpieces of the Vatican picture gallery” presents 42 paintings of the XII-XVIII centuries. Among them are works by Giovanni Bellini, melozzo da Forli, Perugino, Raphael, Caravaggio, Guido Reni, Guercino, Nicolas Poussin.

The exhibition will be open until February 19.