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Turin: National Museum of Cinema & Mole Antonelliana Tour

1. Turin: National Museum of Cinema & Mole Antonelliana Tour

Visit Turin’s most recognizable landmark, the Mole Antonelliana, and the National Museum of Cinema inside the tower, on a guided tour. Explore the museum dedicated to the history of Italian cinema from its origins to the present day. Go up to the soaring tower's viewing platform for city vistas. Enjoy a guided experience together with a tour guide, who will first escort you through the halls of the National Museum of Cinema. Admire extraordinary collections and retrace the history of Italian motion pictures. See sets, objects, and many artifacts related to cinema from previous decades. Then, hop on the panoramic lift to the top of the Mole Antonelliana tower. From the terrace, enjoy fantastic panoramic views of the city of Turin. Learn more about the history of the city from your guide, and see famous landmarks from one of the best viewpoints in the city.

Turin: Cinema Museum and Bus Tour

2. Turin: Cinema Museum and Bus Tour

Visit the National Cinema Museum with this combination ticket. Start on the first floor, which houses the Archeology of Cinema, the Temple Hall, and the Film Machine. See the sights of Turin with your ticket for a 24/48-hour hop-on hop-off bus.

Turin: Cinema Museum and Mole Antonelliana Elevator Tour

3. Turin: Cinema Museum and Mole Antonelliana Elevator Tour

Access two incredible Turin landmarks with this combo tour. Receive skip-the-line tickets to the National Cinema Museum and the Mole Antonelliana. Ride the elevator to the highest point in the city and discover both sites in the company of a guide. Begin your tour by riding the elevator to the historical Mole Antonelliana to admire Turin from above and take in views of the Alps. Learn about the Mole Antonelliana, a building of monumental proportions, from your guide. Afterward, peruse the National Cinema Museum. Visit its several exhibitions, presenting an extraordinary collection that retraces the history of cinema from its origins to the present day.

Turin tour with a guided visit to the Egyptian Museum

4. Turin tour with a guided visit to the Egyptian Museum

A great tour discovering northern Italy’s less-heralded gems. This small group tour takes you through central Turin’s majestic piazzas and baroque architecture, as well as the world-renowned Egyptian Museum. Expert local guide Sara says, ‘Turin is famed as the home of the Fiat, Lavazza coffee and creamy Gianduia chocolates. But this tour delves deep into the city’s Savoyard roots and French influences. Plus, you’ll learn all about ancient Egypt and its beliefs and superstitions.’ Starting from Piazza Castello, Turin’s grandeur and opulence will immediately be on full display. See the former Savoy royal residence and UNESCO World Heritage Site of Madama Palace. Visit important sites associated with the Italian Risorgimento and admire the twin baroque churches at Piazza San Carlo. Soak up the stylish Italian flair of the city as you walk its main streets – looking up for a glimpse of the famous cinema museum, Mole Antonelliana – until you reach the Egyptian Museum. Learn about fascinating Egyptian hieroglyphics, with 700 papyri on display, including the showstopper, the 18-metre-long ‘Book of the Dead’. The museum maintains 21°C to 24°C room temperatures to preserve everything you see inside, including day-to-day artefacts such as clothing, instruments, toys and food. Look up at colossal statues of pharaohs, gods and the iconic sphynx. Plus, you’ll also get to see tombs, sarcophagi, temples and mummies.

Turin: Walking Tour with Royal Palace and Egyptian Museum

5. Turin: Walking Tour with Royal Palace and Egyptian Museum

Begin your experience in the morning by walking through the city center of Turin. Discover the city's highlights and main monuments, listening to the guide as they explain how the city was built throughout the centuries. Learn about the main sites, including Palazzo Reale, Palazzo Madama, and San Lorenzo Church. This first part of the tour then ends at the Mole Antonelliana, a symbol of the city with its unforgettable shape. Following a small break for free time, re-group with your guide to enter the Royal Palace. This palace was the old residence of the Savoia family, who reigned throughout the entire duration of the monarchy in Italy. Whilst at the palace, see the main rooms where the Savoia lived, and enter the Chapel of the Holy Shroud - the facility where the Shroud was housed for a long time. To complete your experience, enter the Egyptian Museum - a must-see attraction of Turin. There your guide tells you about the ancient Egyptian history and culture as you pass mummies, sarcophagi, sphinxes, and other different findings.

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What people are saying about Mole Antonelliana

Optimal! It was very simple, at the box of the tourist bus I got the tickets for the mole and for the tourist bus, I added the ticket for my 12-year-old daughter. The bus allows you to admire and visit all the places of interest in Turin. For the size, the ticket has priority skip the line, unfortunately there are no audio guides

Our guide Francesco told us so many interesting things and with so much enthusiasm, it was a really successful start in Turin - the pier and the city walk - highly recommended!!! Francesco was also happy to answer all our questions.

Truly fulfilling experience. A wonderful mix of history, folklore and lightheartedness. Impeccable "get your guide" service and a guide that made the difference. Thanks Claudia

Very nice, I already knew the museum and nevertheless I saw it again with pleasure! La Mole is the symbol of my home so beautiful!

Excellent, the guide was awsome, knowledgable, nice, adaptable.