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The Royal Palace of Turin is a magnificent 17th-century palace that was once the residence of the House of Savoy. Now a museum, it showcases a grand collection of paintings, sculptures, and historic artifacts. Visit the Royal Palace and even the Chapel of the Holy Shroud with priority entrance tickets and guided tours.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the top 3 museums in Turin?
  1. The National Museum of Cinema
  2. Egyptian Museum
  3. The National Automobile Museum
Which is the most-visited museum in Turin?

The Egyptian Museum is the most-visited museum in Turin, attracting close to 900,000 visitors in 2022.

Are there any art museums in Turin?
  1. Galleria Sabauda
  2. Mole Antonelliana
  3. Museum of Eastern Art
What are some must-see artifacts or exhibits in the museums of Turin?
  1. Kings Assembly - Egyptian Museum
  2. Magic Lanterns - The National Museum of Cinema
  3. Sword of San Maurizio - Royal Armoury of Turin
Are there any science museums in Turin?
  1. Regional Museum of Natural Science
  2. Museum of Natural History "Don Bosco"
  3. Museo di Anatomia Umana Luigi Rolando
  4. Museo di Antropologia Criminale Cesare Lombroso
  5. Infini.to Planetario di Torino
Are there any unique museums in Turin?
  1. Museo del Carcere Le Nuove | For its location in a former prison
  2. Centro Storico Fiat | For its product models
  3. Egyptian Museum | For its ancient Egypt treasures
  4. Juventus Museum | For its trophy tour
  5. Museo della Sindone | For the Holy Shroud
What are the top museums in Turin for kids?
  1. Car Museum
  2. MAcA - Museo A Come Ambiente
  3. Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile
  4. Galleria Sabauda
  5. Mole Antonelliana
How much do museum tickets usually cost in Turin?

Entry tickets to the Egyptian Museum, a famous museum in Turin, cost €15. The prices for other museums in the city vary from €10 to €20.

Are there any discounts on Turin museum tickets for kids?

Yes. Turin museums offer discounts for kids. The Egyptian Museum, for instance, charges €1 for children between 6 to 14.

Are there any free museums in Turin?
  1. Pietro Micca Museum | Throughout the year
  2. GAM: Modern and Contemporary Art Gallery | First Tuesday of the month
  3. MAO: Museum of Oriental Art | First Tuesday of the month
  4. The “Rocca” castle in Valentino Park | First Tuesday of the month
  5. Galleria Sabauda | First Sunday of the month
Are there any hidden gems or lesser-known museums in Turin that are worth visiting?
  1. Museo del Carcere Le Nuove
  2. Museo Pietro Micca e dell'assedio di Torino del 1706
  3. Fondazione Accorsi Ometto - Museo di Arti Decorative
  4. MAO - Museo d'Arte Orientale
  5. Centro Storico Fiat
Is there an age limit for entering museums in Turin?

No, there is no age limit for entering museums in Turin.

Are museums in Turin accessible to all?

Yes, children, senior citizens, and individuals with mobility issues can visit museums in Turin comfortably.

What facilities are available inside museums in Turin for disabled visitors?
  • Wheelchair accessibility
  • Special routes
  • Assistance dogs
  • Braille maps
  • Elevators
Is there a dress code for museums in Turin?

No, there is no dress code for museums in Turin. However, visitors should try wearing respectful clothing as museums in Turin hold cultural and historical value.

Do museums in Turin involve a lot of walking?

The amount of walking in museums in Turin varies from one museum to another. For instance, you’ll need two hours to explore the Egyptian Museum.

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