Activities for a Rainy Day in Turin

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  • Blair U
    3 contributions
    A very cool and informative museum. It has a huge and very comprehensive collection. The one downside is that the layout is a bit confusing to follow if you’re walking around, but even out of order the museum is great
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • Keithw1203
    22 contributions
    Went to a match while visiting Turino with my football mad pre-teen son. You can buy tickets on the Juventus official Web site after you register. We were in the South end Upper level of the stadium great atmosphere but the fans in this end like to stand so pick tickets up higher for a better view. There are guys selling merchandise in trucks outside the stadium Avoid Avoid Avoid. They ripped me off for an item my son wanted we paid the tourist price for what he wanted. It was 25% cheaper in the store inside the ground. There is also an official Store in the centre of Turino. Stadium easily accessible we got the number 3 tram from the centre of town and it was a short walk to the stadium.
    Written April 17, 2022
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  • Richard D
    3 contributions
    Excellent museum charting the early period of the moving image. The collection of artifacts is well presented and there is a high level of interactivity to help you engage with the subject matter.
    When we visited there was a special exhibition on Italian director Dario Argento, not someone whose work I’m very familiar with, but it was interesting and informative. Well worth a visit for any film fan, bearing in mind that the bulk of the collection is from the time leading up to the wide scale popularisation of cinema as we know it today.
    Written May 16, 2022
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  • ValerioDM
    Udine, Italy718 contributions
    Very nice museum where you can see original cars with epic story in many cases.
    Get a guide that can explain you the reasons why these cars are very special. A trip from 1400 to 2000. Do you know that there whas an electric car in 1909 and in Manhattan there 37 chare stations ? Don't miss it !
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Blair U
    3 contributions
    A great thing to do when visiting Turin. Very beautiful with descriptions written in English so it’s very understandable.
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • chepaddy
    Edinburgh, UK6,972 contributions
    Well worth visiting this Turin landmark in its own right but also is the home of the national cinema museum.
    Initially thought it was going to be a boring museum but wonderful use of exhibits.
    Written May 21, 2022
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  • puppypatrol
    Atlanta, GA192 contributions
    We enjoyed this chance to go below Torino and learn about the fascinating story of Piero Micca and the vast network of tunnels from the early 1700's. the tour was in Italian, but there is an English -language audio guide to listen to. If you are claustrophobic it could get a little dicey down in the tunnels but I am not a fan of enclosed spaces and I did just fine.
    Written February 20, 2021
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  • Chris G
    50 contributions
    Showpiece par excellence for Guarini and Juvarra. Additional interest provided by sacristy and the gallery of ex-voto paintings.
    Written March 22, 2022
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  • drlcs1
    281 contributions
    The shroud of Turin is stored in this cathedral and u can see the storage encasement. The should is not normally. available for public display due to its delicate state, so don’t expect to see it.
    Written December 7, 2021
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  • GranZorro
    Zug, Switzerland1,286 contributions
    We found it fascinating, even on our second visit.
    The museum depicts not only the story of Italy's unification (or reemergence, as it is called in Italian), but also the European situation in the 19th century leading to it.
    Written March 16, 2022
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  • ian1811
    Scotland, UK492 contributions
    Went along to the home of coffee in Turin. Had a good time finding out about how the company was set up, how to go through the selection and processing the coffee itself. You use an espresso cup from your lanyard on the interactive sections. Quite quirky and fun.
    Bit disappointing that they don't have their own cafe/coffeeshop on site though!
    Written April 27, 2022
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  • Chris G
    50 contributions
    One can spend hours walking through the many rooms of the palace. There is not enough information on the signs/ panels, and the different language panels are not equally informative.
    Written March 22, 2022
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  • Nik R
    Varna, Bulgaria6,679 contributions
    MAO is usually neglected by the tourists although it is in the historical center and is too overshadowed by the other well known points of interest of Turin, such as Museo Egizio, Mole Antonelliana and Musei Reali, without a valid reason, in my opinion. It is not as big as those mentioned above but it is unique by itself with great exhibits that cannot be seen often from Japan, China, India and many other countries/regions from the Orient.
    Lots of items are on display, varying from ancient manuscripts, folk costumes, fabrics, statues of various gods, weapons, pottery, etc. Awesome were the Samurai armor and the Ninja weapons. Tons of information in Italian and English, perfectly arranged exhibitions in different halls as per the area the artefacts came from with 5 main areas - Japan, China, the Himalayan region, South and South-East Asia and the Arabic world.
    This cute museum is housed in a historical building - Palazzo Mazzonis - which was the Turin residence of 2 branches of one of the most important Piedmontese families - the Solaros.
    I can say we spent a wonderful couple of hours in MAO!
    Written May 25, 2021
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  • Philip T
    6 contributions
    This is one of the premier collections of arms and armor in Italy, with important pieces made and decorated by noted artisans and associated with the personages, dynasties, and states which shaped Europe from the Middle Ages onward. The presentation of armored knights on horseback is impressive. My visit was actually in the autumn of 2016, and the variable weather of the season meant changing levels of light in the hall so at times some of the showcased exhibits were a bit dim. One thing the serious student would also like is a new edition of the superb 1982 catalog compiled by the foremost Italian arms scholars of the day. I did find the lack of a bookstore in the museum (part of the former royal palace complex) a bit disheartening considering the scope and quality of the palace and its contents as whole.
    Written January 23, 2022
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  • drmader
    Orinda, CA1,972 contributions
    Baroque intimate small and cool
    Church so come in and sit and cool
    Down on a hot day, contemplate the ceilings and cupola . Beautiful
    Written May 18, 2022
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