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We rented this out for a private event during a conference. The tour was fun and we had a string trio and food/wine in the large ballroom. My favorite part was climbing the tower and getting a view of the city at night.
In addition to the beautiful architecture of the building, this museum offers many experiences in one. You can enjoy the cute garden and the outside view of the “castle” to relax a bit, then see all the beautiful art pieces from different time periods and...More
Situated in Pjazza Castello , Palazzo Madama is not to be missed. It contains a beautiful collection of paintings, china and other artistic objects. Entrance is free if you have the Turin -Piedmonte card.
This is almost 3different attractions in one. You can visit the old Roman part of the castle down in the most area, there’s a great museum of decorative arts, money, books, etc., the palace rooms are opulent and decorated with beautiful frescoes and silk damask...More
Just as wonderful as much of the art inside it, so much a part of the absolute joy of this museum is the building it is housed in. It has been built/added on through different centuries. The medieval art is spectacular with thoughtfully selected pieces...More
Nice palace, with beautiful art gallery and lovely garden full of wonderful flowers. Worth visiting but take some time because there are too many interesting things to see. 3 levels of art, one level with panoramic view and a level with the beautiful garden. 10...More
Rivaling the Palace museum next door, the Madama has a LOT to see, even if it's on a slightly smaller scale. Like next door, it's worth seeing the beautiful palace rooms and building even if the displays aren't to your taste. There is a lot...More
We paid €10 each pp to enter this palace, and this is in the Castello Square and is a based on the different historical ages and uses of the Palace. The basement is the Gardens (not open) and the medieval floors and so it moves...More