Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile, Turin

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Discover the world of Italian automobiles at Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile. The Turin museum houses more than 200 cars of 80 different makes, representing the evolution of the automobile since its origin. Wander through the museum's collection of 19th- and 20th-century models. Admire the first Italian car ever created, an 1896 Bernardi, or some of Ferrari's early racing cars. The museum's library holds more than 7,000 texts about automotive history and development. Using our world travel planner, Turin attractions like Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • We were in Torino for 5 days and added this as the final museum stop on our way South to Barolo and other wine towns on our itinerary. Parking was easy just in front of the building and a 7 minute...  more »
  • It was a ok car museum, we would expect to see a bit more morden cars and bit more FIAT, but too much old cars which was not very interesting. But still, nice to visit, but not a must.  more »
  • One of the best museums I have ever seen. Despite the face, that I know nothing about cars, I was really engaged in the excursion, because all the exhibits are interactive. For sure you will enjoy it as well no matter about your knowledge about cars. For children that place is also suitable, because you can touch everything there, so you don't need to worry that they can brake the rules of the museum.
  • We were very impressed by this museum, it extends three floors and you are able to see most cars up close, they're not packed as tightly together as other car museums I have been to. There are large toilets available inside after you pay and enter. You have to leave your bag behind in a locker which takes 1 euro coin, you'll get it back when you unlock it. There was parking nearby, the entrance was wheelchair accessible, I do not remember if they had an elevator, but I'm sure they do, considering everything else was to such great standards. There is also a small cafe and a gift shop.

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