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Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli
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Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

Basically visiting the Lingotto building and the Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli is a combination of three experiences:

The 1923 Lingotto building is a very interesting architectural and industrial monument on itself. I was especially impressed with the spiral roadway within the building that you can visit for free.

Buying a ticket for the Pinacoteca gives access to the test track on the roof, which is quite a sight!

The Pinacoteca itself is really small and has a very limited collection on display although the works that are being shown are beautiful as well as the exhibition space itself. I disliked that we were not allowed to take any pictures inside the Pinacoteca.

All three combined it’s a very nice experience and makes the Lingotto building and Pinacoteca worth the visit.

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

Follow signs for the art museum on the 4th floor called Pinacoleta Giovanni e Marcella Agnelli (10am til 7pm). Last entrance is 6.15pm I think. When you come out the lift for the museum the race track is right there, some people tried to go outside and the woman was right on them telling them they need to buy a ticket for the museum ( which cost 8 euros ). The people who were buying tickets (including my partner) went straight out to the race track despite the woman trying to get them to go in the museum first. Some people were looking at ticket prices, taking a photo through the window then got back in the lift. Even a discounted ticket would be better just for the race track - are they trying to get numbers on paper for the art museum? Or just trying to rake in money?

My boyfriend really wanted to see it so bought a ticket and did enjoy seeing the track but agreed it was a bit of a con.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank kitkat20281
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Reviewed 12 August 2018

If you’re planning on seeing some of Turin’s fine art museums, for example the Castello di Rivoli, I would most definitely avoid Pinacoteca Agnelli located on the gritty edge of the city. The museum itself is situated inside a depressing shopping mall far from the heritage of great industrial buildings. It was such a great disappointment taking time to locate the museum itself only to discover its meager collection, a handful of over published Matisse and Canaletto paintings. The temporary exhibition floor was closed as well as the library leaving one floor open with perhaps ten paintings on view. The racetrack on top of the building was unidentifiable as only an asphalt covered area. I could also mention the rude staff adding insult to injury. Don’t waste precious time here.

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank AlfLoehr
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

Have always wanted to visit this track and on our second trip to Torino we finally had time. Thanks to previous trip advisor directions we found it very easy. Paid to look at the gallery ( we are not huge art lovers) but enjoyed looking at the small amount of art works that were on display. A couple of Picasso’s so was great to see them. The young lady on the desk was very helpful, but there was a very stern lady walking around the art, and when we finished walking the track she was on the desk. The track did not disappoint, as well as the building it self. Great to see where the cars drove up. We were very happy we had taken the time to find the track. Cost was €8.00 adult, €7.00 seniors. Highly recommend.

Date of experience: July 2018
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Reviewed 27 June 2018 via mobile

We made plans to visit this famous architecture made by INI Family.The old car plant have changed to commercial mall plus on the top building they made two sections.one and Exhiption for masters which is the collection of the family tor every one to appreciate The main painting are 7 painting of Henry Matisse , painting by Modgliani ,and one for Picaso and Renoir. The small collection make you concentrate on details of painting,
The other parts of the building is the race track on the roof which is one of a kind.

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank MIA28kuwait
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