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#1 of 3 Museums in Chieri
An extraordinary museum of precious wine making/ drinking artefacts through the ages then a fascinating insight into the famous Martini Rossi brand and its history.
Lovely museum, immaculately presented very professionally and beautifully.
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Planetario di Torino Pino Torinese 5.6 km away
#1 of 3 Museums in Pino Torinese
Egyptian Museum of Turin Turin 12.5 km away
#1 of 70 Museums in Turin
This newly renovated air conditioned museum is truly a treasure and competes very well with great museums in Cairo, newyork paris or London...not to be missed!
One of the best museums of ancient art and culture that I have ever visited, Turin's Egyptian Museum does an excellent job of displaying and explaining its near-unparalleled collection for novices and enthusiasts...
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Museo Nazionale del Cinema Turin 11.9 km away
#2 of 70 Museums in Turin
And, like most Italian museums of all kinds, it's a very hands on education, with lots of interactive exhibits, movie sets and props, and devices to keep kids and adults intrigued and entertained.
One of the best museums i have visited - fantastically curated, informative, educational and also fun.
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Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile Turin 11.8 km away
#5 of 70 Museums in Turin
... Cesare Goria Gatti and Roberto Biscaretti di Ruffia (the first President of the Turin Automobile Club and one of the founders of the FIAT company), and is one of the oldest Automobile Museums in the world.
Within a few miles of where we live, we have two of the UK's largest car museums, Beulieu and Haynes.
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Museo delle Contadinerie Pino Torinese 4.3 km away
#3 of 3 Museums in Pino Torinese
#8 of 70 Museums in Turin
This museum offers a great and unique collection of artistic rarities in a perfect historical baroque building, a visit here worth certainly the tickets price.
The museum is well worth a visit: make sure you have a full hour available, then you'll be charmed by the story of Mr. Pietro Accorsi and his passion for 18th century furniture, artcraft, painting.
Ecomuseo dell'argilla Cambiano 5.3 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Cambiano
Armeria Reale Turin 12.5 km away
#6 of 70 Museums in Turin
Nevertheless, Armeria Reale alone is more than worth buying the ticket that also includes the Royal Palace, Sabauda Gallery and the Archeological Museum.
If you are touring the other sites in the Reale with a combination ticket or Museum Pass then you definitely will want to take a look at this part of the Museum complex.
Museo Polo Reale Turin 12.6 km away
#7 of 70 Museums in Turin
Great series of museums in central Turin
I've reviewed the royal palace and the royal armory separately, then found that to review the Sabuda Art Museum and the Archaeological museum, one had to use the Museo Polo Reale - under which title, are all four.
INAF Turin Astrophysic Observatory Pino Torinese 5.5 km away
#2 of 3 Museums in Pino Torinese
#10 of 70 Museums in Turin
This is one of the finest museums I have ever visited.
The marvellous Palazzo Carignano has two distinct facades, one to be seen in Piazza Carlo Alberto and the second rounded one on Via Accademia delle Scienze, which is the entrance to the museum.
#11 of 70 Museums in Turin
The 15th century Torre dei Tesori ("Tower of the Treasures") is home to several of the museum most known works: Antonello da Messina's Trivulzio Portrait, the Turin-Milan Hours and several objects from Charles Emm...
The Palazzo Madama (or Civic Museum of Ancient Art) is one of Turin's greatest houses of treasures!
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Borgo Medievale Turin 11.5 km away
#14 of 70 Museums in Turin
Examples of medieval architecture has been gathered together into this museum sited on the banks of the River Po.The best way to approach it is by boat down the river when its full glory can be seen.
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Museo Pietro Micca Turin 13.9 km away
#3 of 70 Museums in Turin
Fuori dai classici giri ma un pezzo di storia da toccare con mano!! Amazing And you have To try! Different from The classic museums, this is a piece of italian history!!
Personally I tend to enjoy the smaller museums which rely on passionate volunteers rather than the bigger ones which are mostly staffed by bored youngsters on their mobile phones.
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