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The Palazzo Madama is certainly one of the most unusual buildings we have ever visited, as it is a mixture of styles going from Roman to the Baroque! Once upon a time, it was the gateway to Turin. The first room presents an amazing collection...More
The palace and tower are great. Whole museum nicely done.
You have to be in to the 5000th painting version of Jesus birth, death, resurection, etc etc or like seeing everyone else's fancy plate and tes sets than I do to enjoy the rest. It's...More
Bang in the centre of town, this is a must. Three floors, each different. Ground floor - religious paintings and artefacts, 1st floor, asonishing rooms with the most beautiful ceilings and furniture, 2nd floor, a wondrous ceramic collection. Truly splendid.
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