Museo Nazionale del Cinema, Turin

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A movie lover's paradise, Museo Nazionale del Cinema covers the industry from its earliest days to the present. The museum's huge exhibit space covers five floors. Among a huge array of movie memorabilia, you can see the original cape worn by actor Christopher Reeve in the movie "Superman." Recline in a comfortable chair in one of the screening rooms to watch special showings of experimental and classic Italian films. The museum also displays a growing collection of film posters, reels, books, and photos. You can ride the museum's panoramic elevator, which covers about 75 m (246 ft) in less than 60 seconds and offers 360-degree views of the area. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Museo Nazionale del Cinema by using our Turin trip planner .
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  • You can buy the ticket for the museum only or for the lift or both. I bought for both (14eur for adults, 11euros for students). You should check the weather before you buy the tickets because the view...  more »
  • Nice, fantastic, original, funny, well cared for, absolutely delighted, really recommend to all, not to be missed.
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  • Recommended business has gone to visit that we recommend! The Museum is very rich, well organized and interactive! There are many more things than you'd expect, the path between the sounds of the film is awesome.
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  • Fantastic! I spent more than 5 hours in the museum and explored the development and revolution of the film industry...so much fun! There are big collections of old cameras, movie posters, installation art. What's the best is you can lie down on a comfy sofa with a built-in speaker system and watch some old-day movies as long as you'd like!
  • Great museum really original. Lots of different rooms with different decor. You can take the elevator to get a panoramic view of Torino. But if you tend to be afraid of heights you better close your eyes because the elevator is clear. I recommend as well to book your tickets online because the queue is quite long.
  • Amazing and huge museum of photography and cinema. For adults and children. Elevator til the top of the tower, with or without the entrance to the museum. Worth it. Recommend!
  • Perfect way to demonstrate great piece of italian cinematography. If You are not keen on local movies, You will be seduced by the thematic rooms - cartoon room, mad scientist lab, thriller area or wacky room with toilets used as seats. Warehouse of the famous movie props. Green box for the simple movie effects. Big screens inside allow visitors to watch 2 movies simultaneously. Oh, and don't wait in the queue if You don't plan to use evelator - the second entry is much more faster.
  • It didnt impress me. Who knows, it might impress you :)

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