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Pinnacle Y wrote a review Feb 2020
Singapore, Singapore450 contributions59 helpful votes
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Truly an art collector's collection - the crystals, porcelains, silverware and furniture pieces were chosen by Mr Accorsi and purchased with much devotion to beauty, heritage n rarity. It helped that we were loaned an English guide book to follow the hour-long Italian-only guided tour through 20+ rooms each with a special theme - this way, we were able to maximise our time n read within the guide book whatever artwork that stood out. Check for guided tour timing to avoid waiting too long. Situated just off Via Po.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Geoff wrote a review Oct 2019
Bexhill-on-Sea, United Kingdom48 contributions40 helpful votes
Covers the decorative arts of the last 300 years in Europe through displays of different household rooms. Needs more captions and descriptions. Rather a lot of duplication.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Champers530 wrote a review Jul 2019
Glen Rock, New Jersey164 contributions66 helpful votes
If you do venture to this small and lovely museum - do not miss the restaurant Marimisti right next door! This museum is on the Torino & Piedmonte Card - a must purchase if you are in Turin for 3+ days. You only need one hour here and you must be guided through it. The guides speak no English however you are given a few pages which offer the highlights in English to read along with your guide. Our guide was a lovely, elderly gentlemen and since it was just the two of us plus him, we were able to have a good time trying to understand each other. The fine decorate items and furniture were outstanding. You are allowed to take photographs. And for only 1 Euro can bring home a box of their matches. A great museum to visit enroute to the River Po.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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vienna1952 wrote a review Jun 2019
Ware, United Kingdom22 contributions1 helpful vote
Loved this little museum. Welcoming guides who did their best to help you and were very informative despite the language barrier. Beautiful house and art work - a MUST to see
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Jarko2015 wrote a review Apr 2018
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,680 contributions2,980 helpful votes
This private museum is included in the Torino museum card and worth seeing as part of your tour. You cannot tour alone and have to be accompanied by a guide, with tours on the hour and half hour. As I was entirely alone, the guide spoke in English, but normally the tours are in Italian. There's a lot to see, ranging from rooms packed with china to others with crystal, to others with snuff boxes. Every room is unique, but many are set as they would have been for the Savoy family. However, they are recreations. The Savoy family never lived here.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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