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The Museum is one of the most important of its kind in the world thanks to it vast collection and the many different scientific and educational activities it carries out. But what makes it truly unique is its special exhibit setup. The museum is...more
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The history of image making goes back centuries and its story was engagingly presented with well designed exhibits, opportunities for interaction via displays and. video presentations. The museum path wanders through an elegant building, accented with movie-sized stage props. You can watch big screen movies...More
There is no doubt the museum is an amazing piece of work but personally I found the first part, in which the development of moving pictures is explained in detail, a bit technical and not that interesting. I should have skipped it and gone straight...More
A very popular museum for movie/cinema buffs,with the added bonus of going to the top to see the magnificent view of Turin and the Alps with snow caps in the distance. I went early in the morning, so did not have to queue or wait...More
National Museum of Cinema is situated in the landmark of Turin - Mole Antonelliana. This building was formerly a synagogue and was the highest in the world. We can see the tower of this building from many places in Turin. It is located in the...More
If you're a cinema buff you'll certainly love the exposition dedicated to the history of cinema; kids will love exploring the fake sets on the ground floor; everybody will enjoy the view from the top of the Mole (separate entrance from the museum, often with...More
Interesting and surprising museum. Good for the whole family, kids and adults. You will find I nteractive rooms and many tips which you wouldn’t expect. Try to get there in a clear sky day, to enjoy the view from the roof top.