> WHERE CAN I BUY MY TICKETS?
You can buy your tickets online on this website through the official Coop Culture ticket office.
You can buy tickets in person at the ticket office of the Botanical Garden in Palermo at via Lincoln 2.
> HOW MUCH DOES THE TICKET COST?
The full ticket costs 10.00 euros.
The family ticket costs 40 Euros and is valid for two boys or girls between 5 and 16 yo accompanied by two parents.
The ticket is free for girls and boys up to 5 years old.
The transaction costs of the electronic payment and the presale costs in case of online purchase may be added to the cost of the ticket.
> SHOULD I BUY MY TICKET IN ADVANCE?
Due to the limitations imposed by the anti-covid rules, the access to the show will be possible only in small groups.
Buying the ticket online in advance allows you to secure your place in the show, to fulfill the duties regarding anti-covid self-declarations at the time of purchase and to avoid crowd at the entrance to the Botanical Garden.
> CAN I GIVE MY TICKET TO SOMEONE OR HAVE IT REFOUNDED?
No, the ticket is not transferable. Just in case of cancellation of the event, the ticket will be postponed to another date or refunded.
> WHAT IS THE SCHEDULE OF THE SHOWS?
From Thursday to Sunday, from 7.20 pm to 10.20 pm (last admission time).
You must be at the ticket office 15 minutes before the time indicated on your ticket.
> HOW MANY PEOPLE CAN ATTEND THE SHOW AT THE SAME TIME?
Due to the anti-covid rules we have limited access to 80 people in turn for a total of 300 people per hour within the perimeter of the Botanical Garden.
However, these limits are evolving based on the trend of the epidemic and the consequent provisions of the Italian Government on the subject.
> HOW LONG DOES THE SHOW LAST?
The ticket includes an evening tour in 10 stages within the Botanical Garden of Palermo, lasting 45/60 minutes.
> CAN I MAKE PHOTOS AND / OR VIDEOS OF THE SHOW?
Yes, but you should avoid using the flash.
To protect everyone, the following SECURITY MEASURES will be adopted – As established by the relative Italian Government Laws