Are the museums open in case of a strike?
The new law n. 182/2015 has rewrite the rules of the opening of State museums in case of a strike: now the museums are intended as "fundamentale public services" and cannot be closed even in the case of a strike.
Here there are the basic services that are to be assured to the public. These are just the basic services: the real opening depends by the real attendance to the strike.
Pinacoteca Nazionale di Bologna
Main building and Palazzo Pepoli-Campogrande
Will be granted the access to the more significat artpieces of the museums, even with time limited access, defined on the base of the public present
Museo Nazionale di Ravenna
Basilica di Sant'Apollinare in Classe, Battistero degli Ariani, Mausoleo and Palazzo di Teodorico :
Sant'Apollinare in Classe: normally open
Mausoleo di Teodorico: open only in the morning from 8.00 to 14.00
Battistero degli Ariani: open only in the morning from 8.00 to 14.00
Palazzo di Teodorico: open only in the morning from 8,30 to 11.00
Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Milzetti
Open only in the morning from 8,30 to 13.30
Camera di San Paolo e Spezieria di San Giovanni
The opening is not granted
Castelli di Bobbio e Torrechiara
Abbazia di Pomposa
Normally open with the closing of the Museo Pomposiano
Museo Archeologico e Museo di Casa Romei
Museo Archeologico: Normally open only on the first floor
Museo di Casa Romei: Normally open
Castello di Canossa
Fortezza di San Leo