The Museo Egizio is world’s the oldest museum devoted entirely to ancient Egyptian culture. The museum itinerary, refurbished in 2015, is divided into five exhibition floors.
It will be possible to visit the temporary exhibition "Archeologia invisibile".
The Palazzina di Caccia of Stupinigi, built starting from 1729 on a project by Filippo Juvarra, is today owned by the Ordine Mauriziano Foundation.
From 11 May to 8 September 2019 it will host the multimedia exhibition CLAUDE MONET - the IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE.
The National Museum of Cinema retraces the history of cinema from its origins to the present time, in an evocative interactive itinerary.
Mole Antonelliana, a landmark monument and symbol of Turin, includes the panoramic lift which takes in the amazing views of the city.
The National Automobile Museum was set up in 1932. It boasts a collection of over 200 models of the highest quality and historical value, from various countries. The Museum was included in 2013 by The Times in its list of the top 50 in the world, valued for its educational and scientific standing.
The Juventus Museum celebrates the history of Juventus through the display of trophies, memorabilia and multimedia contents that turn the exhibition area into an engaging place. You can also combine the guided tour of the most exclusive areas of the Allianz Stadium.
GAM comprise 45,000 works spanning the period from the 19th century to the present day.
It's possible to visit the exhibition "GIORGIO DE CHIRICO. RITORNO AL FUTURO", a dialogue between De Chirico's painting and the artists who were inspired by his work.
Promotrice delle Belle Arti hosts the exhibition "NOI...non erano solo canzonette: 1958-1982", a portrayal of recent Italian history in which the "singer-songwriters music" becomes an exploration and interpretation tool of the big transformations that characterized those years.
The Castle of Rivoli, property of the Savoy since 1280, houses the Museum of Contemporary Art, with a permanent Collection composed of over 300 works and installations.
Until June 23rd it will be possible to visit the temporary exhibition AS YOU GO by Anri Sala.
The Botanical Garden was founded in 1729, on the indications of King Vittorio Amadeo II, as a structure that had the aim of cultivating plants and imparting knowledge on them. The Botanical Garden was opened to the public in 1997 through the addition of new species, collections and activities.
The National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento is housed in Palazzo Carignano. The collections narrate the period of the Risorgimento from a European viewpoint as well as through the eyes of Turin, Piedmont and Italy. The rooms have been enriched with films and interactive displays.
The museum was founded in 1860 and is housed in one of the oldest city buildings. The collections comprise over 60,000 works from the Byzantine period to the 19th century.
It is possible to visit the exhibition "Steve McCurry. Leggere", dedicated to the passion for reading.
Over 2,000 works provide five itineraries through five cultural regions: South Asia, China, Japan, the Himalayan Region and the Islamic countries of Asia. It's possible to visit the exhibition "Goccia a goccia dal cielo cade la vita. ACQUA, ISLAM e ARTE", about the relationship between water and Islam.
The MEF provides an international cultural offer, organizing exhibitions, cultural events and meetings about modern and contemporary art. It'll be possible to visit the exhibition "Viaggi e vedute: da Roma a Shangai" dedicated to the photographer Basilico and to the engraver Piranesi.
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