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Museo Nazionale del Cinema

Via Montebello 20, 10124 Turin, Italy
+39 011 813 8560
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US$65.77*
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Turin Cinema Museum Guided Tour
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US$41.85*
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Turin Sightseeing Pass: Torino and Piemonte Card
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The Museum is one of the most important of its kind in the world thanks to it vast collection and the many different scientific and educational activities it carries out. But what makes it truly unique is its special exhibit setup. The museum is located inside the Mole Antonelliana, a bizarre and fascinating monument which is the symbol of the City of Torino. And the various areas inside the Mole Antonelliana were the starting point for the Swiss set designer François Confino who, with talent and imagination, multiplied the museum's itineraries. He created a spectacular presentation that offers visitors continuous and unexpected visual and acoustic stimuli, just like when we watch a film that involves and moves us.
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  • Average6%
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Via Montebello 20, 10124 Turin, Italy
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+39 011 813 8560
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Reviewed yesterday

Visited here only because I met 2 girls on vacation to California who worked there and who said we must visit this museum. Because of them I did visit the museum and was very glad I did. Going up the tower is also a must--but...More

Thank geomoffat
Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum is presenting an excellent exhibition showing the history of cinema from the beginning. You can understand optics and more with excellent audio-explanations

Thank MariaMM49
Reviewed 1 week ago

Don't buy guided tour unless you are a total movie buff. Online prices are very high. The only advantage is you can schedule a time. We waited in line for about 35 minutes. The place pretty cool but find out prior to going if there...More

Thank 522travel593
Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum is housed in the Mole Antonelliana which in and of itself is worth a visit. Fantastic array of equipment from the earliest days of the moving image up to now, all provided with great context by clear bi-lingual signs that explain well the...More

Thank ThenWestwardHoe
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This again was an amazing amount of stuff to house in an amazing 4 floored building. What a place for film buffs. There is just so much interesting film memorabilia, old technology and a true history of film, such a great day out and so...More

Thank Scottieboyuk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A good reason to visit Mole Antonelliana is the building itself with its high spiral in the centre of the city (for a long time it was the tallest brick structure in the world): from the top of the dome in a clear day one...More

Thank michele359
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Best film museum we have ever visited, we particularly liked the central hall where one can lounge on reclining chairs and watch 2 films or even have a nap. Warning, don't join the queue outside, which is for the elevator to the top of the...More

Thank Ronald S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is truly an amazing experience, starting w/early magic lanterns and going all through the history of filmmaking. There is a great exhibit on animals in cinema. The space is so great as you are inside the giant dome of the Mole building and if...More

Thank EasternTraveler1921
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Prepare to spend some time here. History of all cinema, not just Italian. Some amazing displays, plus the size of the building is itself an attraction. Worth every euro you pay.

Thank Headforbeer
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I was in Turin for 4 days, and I did not plan to visit this museum. I only ended up there because I bought the Torino+Piemonte Card to visit the Veneria Reale and the Palazzo Reale in Turin, so I had one more sight included...More

Thank onehailey
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