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Museum of the Holy Shroud (Museo della Sindone)

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Reverend Alucard wrote a review May 2020
2 contributions4 helpful votes
If you want to see the Shroud of Turin do not go to Turin. There is no representation of the Shroud, Not even a fake.. This museum charges you and there is no shroud here copy or otherwise .The chapel of the Shroud is next door. This is where the Shroud lies (allegedly). It is free to enter but you cannot see it here either It is in a big glass case with a blanket over the top. It really is a dog dropping that is certain to disappoint. .
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Date of experience: February 2020
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SA M wrote a review Feb 2020
7 contributions4 helpful votes
Very inspiring. If statuary or paintings are your thing, you will not be disappointed. Very English friendly. Audio tour was available in English. Most all of the descriptions had English translations. All of the staff I interacted with were very polite and friendly, and all spoke English.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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mlbpafan wrote a review Feb 2020
Loveland, Colorado1,563 contributions185 helpful votes
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A nice, well organized smaller museum with a 17th century copy of the shroud. A lot of time is spent showing proof that it is the actual shroud, but they do have some nice, old relics. A video at the beginning of the tour gets you ready for the exhibit. They have a lot of nice antiques as well as the copy and it's worth a visit and will take around 45 minutes. The gift shop is nice as well and the front staff is very friendly.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Mandy wrote a review Oct 2019
39 contributions65 helpful votes
Despite the unfavourable reviews i didnt feel we could leave Turin without seeing a museum connected to the Shroud. The ladies on duty at the museum are all very keen and dedicated but the displays are very amateurish and basic. Having just spent almost 3 hours in the Egyptian museum where there are so many interesting displays and modern technology this was a big let down. Think that Turin should invest in a more modern museum with more interesting displays not just a short power point presentation. As was included in our 5 day tourist pass was not annoyed about the cost but would have felt cheated if had paid 8 euros for such a visit as only spent about 30 mins.The only disappointing attraction we visited.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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LoveEthiopia wrote a review Oct 2019
England, United Kingdom62 contributions14 helpful votes
The exhibits in the museum are very well viewed and well illustrated and very informative. You could easily grasp the importance of the original "Relics" by studying the exhibits in the museum.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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