Torino City Pass: Torino+piemonte Card

Torino City Pass: Torino+Piemonte Card

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Visit: Mole Antonelliana, Via Montebello 20, 10124 Turin Italy

The Museum is one of the most important in the world for the wealth of material and the multiplicity of its scientific and educational activities. Yet what makes it really unique is the specific format of the display. The museum is housed in the Mole Antonelliana, a bizarre and beguiling monument, the symbol of Turin.
And starting with the settings within the Mole, the Swiss production designer François Confino has applied ingenuity and imagination, multiplying the itineraries to create a spectacular presentation, which invests the visitor with continuous and unexpected visual and auditory stimuli: those who enter are not just visitors but also explorers, authors, actors, spectators... to whom the Museum will provide the thrill of an unforgettable experience.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Reggia di Venaria Reale, Piazza della Repubblica 4, 10078 Venaria Reale Italy

Built in the mid-1600s as a hunting lodge for Charles Emmanuel II, it was designed by Amedeo di Castellamonte who made the central Hall of Diana an ideal junction point between the palace and the gardens.
Victor Amadeus II commissioned the work first to Michelangelo Garove and then to Filippo Juvarra who created some of its masterpieces: the Great Gallery, the Chapel of St. Hubert and the complex consisting of the Great Stables and the Orangerie; later on, Benedetto Alfieri created the "Rondò" with the statues representing the Seasons.
The Reggia is considered an architectural and landscape masterpiece, boasting some of the finest expressions of traditional Baroque. It was declared part of the World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Museo Egizio, Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6 Aperto Anche il Lunedi Mattina, 10123 Turin Italy

The Museo Egizio in Torino (or Museo delle Antichità Egizie) is the only museum other than the Cairo Museum dedicated solely to Egyptian art and culture.
The collections that make up today’s Museum were enlarged by the excavations conducted in Egypt by the Italian Archaeological Mission between 1900 and 1935 (a period when finds were divided between the excavators and Egypt).
The current criterion envisages that the remains should stay in Egypt.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile, Corso Unita' d'Italia 40, 10126 Turin Italy

A must-see for car enthusiasts, the Museum was set up in 1932, on the left bank of the Po River, based on the idea of two pioneers of Italian motoring, Cesare Goria Gatti and Roberto Biscaretti di Ruffia.
It was Roberto’s son Carlo who conceived the initial collection: the “steam vehicle”, by Virginio Bordino (1854), the first Benz model (1893), the first Peugeot model to circulate in Italy, the Pecori, the first three-wheeled car built in our country, just to mention a few of the most valuable exhibits.
The futuristic refurb, completed in 2011, has helped to reposition the museum within the Italian cultural sector: the new exhibition - included in 2013 by The Times in its list of the top 50 in the world - extends over three floors and takes visitors on an emotional journey among vintage vehicles and dream cars, important prototypes and iconic models, while songs from the Sixties and the rumble of Formula One engines can be heard in the background.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Galleria Civica d'Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, Via Magenta 31, 10128 Turin Italy

The GAM was the first museum in Italy to promote a public collection of modern art. The nucleus of the collection dates back to 1863, when the Savoy endowed Turin with a civic museum.
Articulated along a tour that winds through the four floors of the museum, the collections and exhibitions surprise visitors with their richness. The tour begins on the second floor, where paintings and sculptures from the 1800s are exhibited.

The first floor hosts works from the twentieth century - from Divisionism, Futurism and Abstractionism to Pop Art and Arte Povera - chronologically aligning works by great Italian and foreign masters, such as Balla, Severini, Boccioni, De Chirico, Dix, Ernst, Klee.
The GAM offers a rich set of events: from the great exhibitions of Italian and international artists to the most contemporary research dedicated to oung people.

During the great exhibitions at GAM, Torino+Piemonte Card owners can book the timeslot on the website of the museum just paying the booking fee; the entrance fee is included in the Card.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Musei Reali, Piazzetta Reale 1, 10122 Turin Italy

Overlooking Piazza Castello, the Royal Palace, the Savoy Gallery, the Royal Armoury, the Royal Library and the Archaeological Museum, the Chapel of the Holy Shroud together with Palazzo Chiablese (the residence of Pauline Bonaparte and birthplace of Queen Margaret of Savoy, the first Queen of Italy) together constitute the Royal Museums of Torino, a project which underlines the central focus of the city and its artistic heritage within the international panorama: around 3 km of an extraordinary itinerary to re-experience the city’s evolution, from the first Roman settlement to the Unification of Italy.

Duration: 3 minutes

Visit: Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi, Piazza Principe Amedeo 7, 10042 Stupinigi Italy

A hunting lodge for a European Court, a place of leisure and hunting, during the 18th and 19th centuries this was the favourite spot of the Savoy family for spectacular parties and solemn marriages, as well as being the residence of Napoleon in the early 19th century.
Building began in 1729 according to a project by Filippo Juvarra and continued up to the end of the 19th century, with further extension and completion projects by Benedetto Alfieri and other architects. The Hunting Lodge is one of the most extraordinary eighteenth century complexes in Europe and was built on land belonging to the first donation by Emanuele Filiberto to the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus (1573) and currently belongs to the Foundation of the Order of St. Maurice.
Home to the Furniture Museum since 1919, it was chosen by Queen Margherita as her residence at the beginning of the 20th century.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art, Piazza Mafalda di Savoia, 10098 Rivoli Italy

Starting out in the 11th century as a military stronghold, Rivoli Castle is now home to the Museum of Contemporary Art which has a prestigious permanent collection and temporary major exhibitions in an original historical and architectural context. Owned by the Savoy since 1247, the castle was the first court of the Duchy of Savoy. In the 1600s it was transformed into a courtly residence by Carlo and Amedeo di Castellamonte.
The complex also gained the "Manica Lunga", the art gallery of dukes, more than 140 metres long. In the 1700s, Victor Amadeus II commissioned Juvarra to produce a grandiose rebuilding project, works that were never to be concluded. The incompletion of the construction, emphasised by the restoration by Andrea Bruno in the 1980s, has created an evocative line of continuity extending from the past, to the present and the future.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Duomo di Torino e Cappella della Sacra Sindone, Piazza San Giovanni, 10122 Turin Italy

THE CHAPEL OF THE HOLY SHROUD REOPENS TO THE PUBLIC ON 27TH SEPTEMBER
After a long and difficult restoration, it is finally returned to the world.

The task of designing and creating the Chapel to house the Holy Shroud was entrusted in 1667 to Guarino Guarini, one of the leading architects of Baroque in Piedmont, who concluded the work in 1690. The project was based on the idea of the Shroud as the extreme evidence of the mystery of Redemption, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Architecture itself thus becomes the experience of "ascending within death" to the light of divine glory.

From 1694 until the early nineties of the twentieth century, the Chapel of the Holy Shroud has guarded the precious relic, now preserved in the transept of Turin’s Cathedral.

During the night between 11 and 12 April 1997, the Chapel was affected by a large fire which seriously damaged the building.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Basilica of Superga, Strada della Basilica di Superga 73 Italy

A baroque gem dominating the city.
In 1706, during the French-Spanish siege, the duke of Savoy Victor Amadeus II climbed to a vantage point at Superga to watch the enemy advance. Here he promised that, if victory were achieved, he would have built a votive monument.
The works, for which Juvarra was engaged, led to creating the basilica on the crest of the hill, a gem of baroque architecture connected to the Castle of Rivoli along the same route heading to France.

In the crypt of the church there are the Tombs of members of the Savoy dynasty, which can all be toured, and alongside it has an 18th century convent. The breathtaking view from here of the city and the Alpine range is renowned, a panorama which Rousseau defined “the most wonderful sight that can strike the human eye”.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Juventus Museum, Via Druento 153/42, 10151 Turin Italy

Juventus Museum was inaugurated on 16 May 2012. Designed by a group of undertakings under the supervision of Architect Benedetto Camerana, the stadium was conceived according to cutting-edge standards, prioritising technology and interaction while respecting its nature of exhibition space for objects of cultural and historical interest.

The company’s goal was to give life to a creature with two souls: modern and interactive on the one hand, traditional and classic on the other. Thanks to the use of new technologies, Juventus Museum provides both a sports and a sociological overview through sports history. Through several documents, the Museum tells the story of both Juventus team and urban and national football; by means of an overview on the most significant events that took place worldwide form the end of the XIX century, it also tells Turin’s and Italy’s story. Tradition and forward-thinking intertwine, thus making this structure one of the most important and renowned sports museums in the world; it is also the only exhibition space on the Euroasiatic continent – besides the House of European Football in Nyon, in Switzerland – to permanently host the cups of the six competitions managed by the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA).

Juventus Museum covers an area of 1,500 square metres; it is completely bilingual: this makes for a pleasant visit where visitors can enjoy the multimedia contents independently.

Duration: 2 minutes

Visit: MAO - Museo d'Arte Orientale, Via San Domenico 11, 10122 Turin Italy

The Museum, inaugurated in December 2008, is housed in the historic Palazzo Mazzonis, an eighteenth century monumental building .
A discerning and careful restoration has enhanced the structure and decorations and created optimal display facilities. The galleries are arranged over the three levels of the building and contain art from South and Southeast Asia, the most important Italian collection of Chinese funerary art from the Neolithic age to the Tang period (tenth century AD), religious and secular art from Japan, art from the Himalayas and a smaller but remarkable collection of Islamic art.
The ground level contains two exquisite and quite unique Japanese Gardens as well as a space for temporary exhibitions.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Museo Nazionale del Risorgimento, Via Dell'Accademia delle Scienze 5 Piazza Carlo Alberto 8, 10123 Turin Italy

The upper floor of the Carignano Palace building has hosted the National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento since 1938.
Completely recreated in 2011, today it is a modern space, capable of narrating the period of the ‘Risorgimento’, from the great revolutions of the 18th century to the onset of World War I, to visitors in a European key.
The museum itinerary includes the two original parliament houses: the Chamber of Deputies of the Subalpine Parliament - the only one in Europe, among those founded under the constitution of 1848, which has wholly survived and which was nominated National Monument in 1898 - and the majestic courtroom destined for the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Kingdom, with vaults painted by Francesco Gonin, built between 1864 and 1871.
The museum also boasts a highly specialised library known all over the world.
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Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Civic Museum of Ancient Art (Palazzo Madama), Piazza Castello, 10122 Turin Italy

The museum was founded in 1860 and is now housed in one of the oldest and most fascinating city buildings that still contains architectural and historical remains that date from Roman times up to Filippo Juvarra and the Baroque period.
The collections comprise over 60,000 paintings, sculptures and decorative art works from the Byzantine period to the nineteenth century.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Pinacoteca Giovanni e Marella Agnelli, Via Nizza 230, 10126 Turin Italy

In a fascinating hanging structure on the roof of the Lingotto in Turin, the first great Fiat factory, the Pinacoteca Agnelli permanently houses masterpieces from Giovanni and Marella Agnelli’s private collection which is open to the public.
The “Scrigno” - as Renzo Piano who designed it calls it – hosts extraordinary masterpieces ranging from the Eighteenth century to the mid-Twentieth century.
Among the works on display you can admire paintings by Matisse, Balla, Severini, Modigliani, Tiepolo, Canaletto and Bellotto.
Do not miss the works of Picasso, one belonging to the blue period and the other to the Cubist period, the impressionist paintings by Renoir and Manet and two plaster statues by Antonio Canova.

Duration: 1 hour

Visit: Museo Nazionale del Cinema, Via Montebello 20, 10124 Turin Italy

The Museum is one of the most important in the world for the wealth of material and the multiplicity of its scientific and educational activities. Yet what makes it really unique is the specific format of the display. The museum is housed in the Mole Antonelliana, a bizarre and beguiling monument, the symbol of Turin.
And starting with the settings within the Mole, the Swiss production designer François Confino has applied ingenuity and imagination, multiplying the itineraries to create a spectacular presentation, which invests the visitor with continuous and unexpected visual and auditory stimuli: those who enter are not just visitors but also explorers, authors, actors, spectators... to whom the Museum will provide the thrill of an unforgettable experience.

Duration: 2 hours

Visit: Palazzo Reale, Piazzetta Reale 1 Piazza Castello, 10122 Turin Italy

The centre of power.
The hub of the Court and of political power, the Royal Palace and the surrounding buildings formed the centre of command and the main place for representing all the majesty of the House of Savoy.
Over the centuries, the successive works for renovation commissioned in the 1700s from Juvarra and Alfieri and in the 1800s from Palagi, made the Royal Palace into a unique example of how different architectural styles can live in harmony. The elegance of the 17th century facade and the splendour of its numerous, richly furnished rooms, reflect the luxurious life at the Court and reveal the centuries of history of the House of Savoy.

Duration: 3 hours

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