8 Gallery Lingotto Torino

8 Gallery Lingotto Torino, Turin: Hours, Address, 8 Gallery Lingotto Torino Reviews: 3.5/5

8 Gallery Lingotto Torino
3.5
Speciality & Gift Shops
10:00 - 23:00
Monday
10:00 - 23:00
Tuesday
10:00 - 23:00
Wednesday
10:00 - 23:00
Thursday
10:00 - 23:00
Friday
10:00 - 23:00
Saturday
10:00 - 23:00
Sunday
10:00 - 23:00
About
8 Gallery è uno shopping mall che è polo del commercio e al contempo luogo del divertimento gratuito. Unico tra i centri commerciali di Torino a sorgere nel centro città, è servito da tutti i mezzi di trasporto e dotato di un parcheggio di 4000 posti, gratuito per le prime ore. Aperto sette giorni su sette, il centro è provvisto di 90 negozi di qualità in cui fare shopping fino alle 22, ma anche di numerosi servizi: dal supermercato alla banca, dallo studio dentistico al parrucchiere. La ristorazione è un altro punto di forza: che si tratti di un aperitivo, di uno spuntino veloce o di una cena tradizionale o esotica alla 8 gallery ci sono 15 ristoranti e snack bar aperti tutti i giorni. E per concludere la giornata ci si può rilassare nelle 11 sale del Multisala Uci in cui godersi i migliori film del momento.
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Neighbourhood: Nizza Millefonti
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Anne H
5 contributions
Amazing Experience
Oct 2019
We wanted to see the rooftop track and had read that a gallery ticket was needed to gain access. When a security guard told us the gallery was closed for renovations we were crestfallen...but he used his key in the lift and we got up to the roof for nothing. Wonderful views, great fun racing about and thinking of all the FIATs tested there...and the three wee Italian Job minis.
Written 14 October 2019
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Bobs-big-vacation
Wales336 contributions
Disappointed
Sep 2019 • Couples
We went to pay dues to The Italian Job.
We discovered that the Turin metro is clever, clean and efficient.
We found the wonderful Eataly nearby.
We failed to find a way to the roof, despite all the previous TA advice. Doors, ( we wanted to blow them bloody off) and galleries were closed. We found no help or way up. We walked down numerous blind alleys including the road upwards which was sealed off.

Better luck next time.
Written 23 September 2019
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LynsFrostee
London, UK491 contributions
Everyone is going to the gallery purely to see the test track
Apr 2019 • Couples
The lingotto building has been turned in to a vast shopping mall and it’s actually a really great place if you need to get some shopping done. Atop the shopping centre is the test track that was used by lingotto when it was a car factory and it’s definitely worth a look up there if you’re prepared to pay the fee for the gallery that now owns this space. If you like art and racing tracks then obviously this is a perfect day out but I’ve gotta say the gallery itself is pretty small and nothing outstanding was on view when we visited, and I love an art gallery.
Anyway no one was there for the art. Every single person that paid for the gallery then immediately headed out to the test track to capture all their Instagram required pics.
The test track itself is pretty cool but it is also starting to wear away quite dramatically. Not much to see view wise from the roof but this is all about the track anyway. The door to the track is right by the gallery ticket area.
If you don’t wanna pay you can still see parts of the area where the cars would drive down within the actual shopping mall. Still some good photos to be had there although to be honest it kinda looks like car parks you see nowadays with its curvy route. Still great to see though.
Written 9 July 2019
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StevePud
London, UK16 contributions
Fiat Factory Rooftop test track....
Jul 2018
If you want to see the rooftop test track you need to buy a ticket for this gallery.
You see the track and as a bonus some art....

You might be very suprosed at how steep the banked corners at each end of the track are.
Enjoy.
Written 13 April 2019
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Kathryn Smith
St Helens, UK161 contributions
Rip off for the track
Aug 2018 • Couples
The shopping centre itself is pretty decent.
Do not look at the opening times for the test track on here. They're the same times as the art museum on the 4th floor called Pinacoleta Giovanni e Marcella Agnelli (10am til 7pm). Last entrance is 6.15pm I think. When you come out the lift for the museum the race track is right there, some people tried to go outside and the woman was right on them telling them they need to buy a ticket for the museum ( which cost 8 euros ). The people who were buying tickets (including my partner) went straight out to the race track despite the woman trying to get them to go in the museum first. Even a discounted ticket would be better just for the race track - are they trying to get numbers on paper for the art museum? Or just trying to rake in money? You can see part of it through the windows so depends how bothered about it are!
Written 15 August 2018
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RMandboys
Hampshire81 contributions
One for fan's of the 'Italian Job'
Jun 2018
My wife & I visited during our stay in Turin. The historic Fiat Factory at Lingotti has, after a long period of disuse, been converted into a rather average shopping precinct, a luxury hotel and part of the local university. Highlight, for me at least, the Fiat Test Track on the roof, featured in the 'Italian Job'. This is accessible, though every one we asked denied it & there are no signs to it. Ask at the hotel reception. In exchange for a photo i.d. they will loan you the key to a special lift and direct you! They also have a nice brochure in English & Italian on the history of the building.
Written 13 July 2018
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alvil6
Edinburgh, UK15 contributions
Fabulous!
Jun 2018 • Friends
A major piece of Italy's industrial history. The building has been refurbished and put to good use as shopping centre, college, conference centre amongst other things.
The highlight is the art gallery on the roof in a Renzo Piano creation. From the gallery access to the roof test track is possible and unmissable.
Written 10 June 2018
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SolidRocks
Ghent, Belgium359 contributions
The old Fiat factory
Apr 2018
The Lingotto is the old Fiat factory. The further a car was in the proces the further it moved up in floors in the building. It ended on the roof where it was tested. You can still visit this test track. Go into the bookshop, take the elevator to the exhibition floor and there you are. The door to the track is usually open.
Written 25 April 2018
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Julie B Taylor
Aberdeen, UK236 contributions
Unmissable attraction from The Italian Job
Jan 2018 • Couples
We decided to have a long weekend in Turin and checked into the NH Lingotto Hotel which was the old Fiat Factory. The Ex-Fiat Factory is not just a hotel but also a large shopping complex just 2 minutes from the hotel door. If you have already researched the local area and the hotel you will know that the roof is the absolute jewel where the Fiat Test Track once was. You are able to go up and view for free if staying in the hotel but otherwise you can still go up via the Gallery for 10 euro each.
Written 9 February 2018
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PaulrSunderland
Sunderland, UK205 contributions
The old Fiat Factory
Jan 2018
close to the metro station, The inside now a shopping mall, cinema and multi function eating place. A superb historic building. Go to the art gasllery on the roof and pay the entrance fee. Not only do you get to see one of the best private art collections in the world but you also get the privilege of being able to go out on the roof of the building and walk the entire length of the famous Fiat test track... Marvellous. Plus the views are excellent. Once done in the mall walk to the very end of the building closest to the city centre and there you can see the spiral ramp that the cars travelled down on. A must do for all fans of the film The Italian job.
Written 25 January 2018
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8 Gallery Lingotto Torino is open:
  • Sun - Sat 10:00 - 23:00