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Museo della Ceramica (Mondovì)
Visiting the Museo della Ceramica means discovering the production techniques and decorative trends that followed one after the other over the course of almost two centuries. Inside the two halls, distributed over almost 600 square metres, over six hundred ceramics are exhibited.
Museo Nazionale del Cinema (Torino)
At the heart of the Museo (National Museum of Cinema), installed within the Mole Antonelliana in Torino, is the spectacular Aula del Tempio (Temple Hall), a 63-meter high bell-shaped arch split in half by an elevator that takes visitors all the way to the almost...
Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile in Torino
Here we find 19,000 square meters of exposition space, 200 vehicles in 85 brands arriving from 8 countries throughout the world and 30 sections with a clear narrative path within suggestive environments. For its 151 years of existence, the Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile in Torino (National Museum of the Automobile) has reopened its doors to the public with a completely renewed style.
Museo Son De Lenga (Dronero)
It is a multimedia museum dedicated to every aspect of Occitan culture and language explorable by means of work stations that can be consulted in 4 different languages that present the geography, relate the history, present traditional pieces of music and allow you to listen to the language.
Museo dei Campionissimi (Novi Ligure)
Inaugurated in 2003, the Museo dei Campionisssimi (Champions of Champions Museum) is the biggest musem of cycling in Europe. It is an act of love, a passionate homage paid to cycling champions such as Costante Girardengo...
Museo del Gusto (Frossasco)
An ideal journey into the history of food; information on principal diets; understanding foods like bread, wine, pasta by following the “taste trails”. And again: food in art, advertising, cinema, music, cartoons. Particular attention is paid to activities aimed...
Museo dell'Ombrello e del Parasole (Gignese)
This is the only museum in Italy entirely dedicated to umbrellas and parasols. More than a thousand examples, some very rare and precious, are a feast for the eyes. The museum tells the story of the lives and activity of umbrella-makers...
Museo della Frutta (Torino)
The museum offers more than one thousand “artificial plastic fruits” (pears, apples, peaches, plums, cherries, apricots, and grapes) molded by Francesco Garnier Valletti (Giaveno 1808 – Torino 1889) at the end of the 1800’s as well as the historical-scientific...
Museo delle Olimpiadi
Mementos, objects, images and symbols to relive the intense passion of the 2006 Torino Winter Olympic Games. The Museo is located in the Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali and the visitor’s itinerary, using one again the happy and still current slogan of 2006, is developed around the concept of “passion”, a passion that ignites.
Museo Nazionale della Montagna "Duca degli Abruzzi" (Torino)
The Museo (National Museum of the Mountain), which has its seat in the former Capuchin monastery in the hills of Torino, offers a deeper reconstruction of the history, the culture, and the traditions of the Alps, narrated through the rich and interesting documentation...