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Museum of the Holy Shroud (Museo della Sindone)

Via San Domenico 28, 10122 Turin, Italy
+39 011 436 5832
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No Original Shroud! Only info and copies!!

This is not the original location if the Shroud of Turin! (The shroud is kept in the royal chapel... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
iDiegø M
Fords, New Jersey
via mobile
Re discovering Christianity

The museum was very organized and personnel well qualified. The question about authenticity if the... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Fabrizio B
Millbury, Massachusetts
via mobile
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The museum shows a complete set of information about Shroud’s researches from ‘500 till now , gathering historical,scientific, devoutness and artistic aspects. A part of the museum presents scientific explorations of the shroud from 1898 to present. A second section is dedicated to the history ( believed as well as recorded ) of the Holy Shroud and its worship, starting from the second half of 15th century, when the Sheet became a property of Savoy family. In the photo graphical section a full set of official pictures of Shroud is shown. From first pictures taken by Secondo Pia in 1898, to the high definition digital pictures rom Hal9000 of 2008. Before visit a 5 languages video helps to understand shroud’s contents. The Museum has a path for blind. It is also available a panel that provides the Shroud in a coded form. For the first time a blind can indeed feel the same emotions that anyone feels the presence of the Shroud.
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Via San Domenico 28, 10122 Turin, Italy
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This is not the original location if the Shroud of Turin! (The shroud is kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin and only to be seen when a pope comes to visit turin!) the museum offers information...More

Thank iDiegø M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The museum was very organized and personnel well qualified. The question about authenticity if the linen is still unchanged, However the feeling is breathtaking

Thank Fabrizio B
Reviewed 9 November 2017

Whether you are a believer or non believer this museum is well worth the visit. Find out the history and controversial issues regarding the shroud. The cloth is actually housed in the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin and cannot be viewed unless...More

Thank Mealine W
Reviewed 31 October 2017

whatever your religion is - the speculations around the Sindone are leaving many questions to be asked

Thank marvinge
Reviewed 20 September 2017

This is one of those destinations that you should do when in Turin. This is a big piece of history and a very spiritual place.

Thank girlalex79
Reviewed 17 September 2017 via mobile

We went early as the cathedral is only open certain hours, unfortunately you can only view every couple of years or so when the pope visits, I think it's there but just covered up, there are two or three screens around the church explaining all...More

Thank Steve B
Reviewed 11 September 2017

If you get a Bicerin to drink ( you have to do this ) you will be literally 200 yards away from this Museum. The history, mythology, religious significance of the shroud is very interesting, however, the real shroud is not there. Despite this, the...More

Thank Paul326
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Can be hard to locate - don't expect a large, well-marked museum. We arrived before the small museum re-opened from lunch and there was little to indicate that we were in the correct spot. A small plaque seemed to indicate that they would re-open at...More

1  Thank LightFighter
Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

I did not know what to expect while visiting this museum. BUT everything in it exceeded my expectations. It is definitely one of the top places to visit in Torino. Each exhibit was thoroughly explained without religious overtones. All exhibits and details were given in...More

8  Thank andiamokk
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

The exhibition is very interesting: i expected the information to try to convince me that the image had in fact been produced by the body of Jesus. However, I was really interested with all of the scientific facts detailing how it was thought the image...More

3  Thank Michelle C
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Bindu P
2 August 2017|
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Response from andiamokk | Reviewed this property |
Sorry. I was out of town w no internet and no phone! Vacay! The real shroud is only available every 25 years. But the museum is fantastic and worth it
8 July 2017|
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Response from David B | Reviewed this property |
The opening hours are the same and I went to the museum going down the stairs to the museum but is better to check with the museum maybe they have another way. Go on their website museodellasindone and check. The staff is... More
20 June 2017|
Response from vlh66 | Reviewed this property |
Hope. No you cannot see the real shroud at the museum. I'm not sure which church it is housed in but again it cannot be seen. It is only on view every so often and there's an announcement.