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Museo Pietro Micca

Via Francesco Giuseppe Guicciardini 7a | nei pressi della stazione FS di Porta Susa, 10121 Turin, Italy
+39 011 546317
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Via Francesco Giuseppe Guicciardini 7a | nei pressi della stazione FS di Porta Susa, 10121 Turin, Italy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The War of the Spanish Succession involved the Savoy dynasty and Turin, and the siege of Turin in 1706 was a key element. Part of the preparations for war included digging tunnels under the places where enemy siege lines were expected to be,. The story...More

Thank David-in-Kent-UK
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We started the guided tour, but it was taking too long to wait for the tunnels since we were with an impatient child. The tour was in Italian, but we could understand and appreciate a large part of it. The museum staff apologized that they...More

Thank Anfrist
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The museum itself is small and rather modest. It consists of two small rooms comprised of some artifacts, but mostly models. However, the real part is the tour through the tunnels. I don't know how frequently the tours are given. We just happened to hit...More

Thank NoSpin
Reviewed 20 August 2017

I think this is the museum I enjoyed the most in Turin. After reading the reviews I went here on my first day and was glad I did as it gave me an insight into the city, its history and the pride and heroism of...More

Thank Christine866
Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

1706 is a very important year for the city of Torino. The French tried to capture the city and laid siege to it. The city had prepared its defenses - by building a citadel, reenforcing the city walls and the citadel and by constructing tunnels...More

Thank Lucas J
Reviewed 28 June 2017

I didn't know anything about the history of Turin and this museum was the perfect way to learn about the past. The guide was amazing and explained everything in detail, even with jokes and extra info. I'd say it's a "must" in Turin!

Thank Laura T
Reviewed 27 June 2017

A hidden gem that we did not espect. We were told about it and by a local guide. We have enjoyed this visit

Thank igorvasi
Reviewed 24 May 2017

These galleries tell us of a part of the history of the Piedmont, one of the most militarized countries in Europe, because of its size and location, 300 years ago. Much more interesting than what we expected.

Thank JM_JM25
Reviewed 23 May 2017

small museum about a hero in the history of turin. a lot of personal attention en very much information from the staff

Thank Adriaan W
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

This museum is one of a kind and a real hidden gem in Turin. It focuses on Pietro Micca, a local worker expert in mining who had a crucial involvement in defeating the French invasion on Turin in 1700s. The museum is run by volunteers...More

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jnancy2013
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Misplaced quesiton, I suppose :)
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