Planetario di Torino, Pino Torinese

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  • In the Museum there are many interactive stations to help deepen or learn more about the astronomy ... To me it seemed like a toy rather than a Museum! I did not attend the shows so I don't I.. Museum admission fee €8, €4 shows cost.
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  • We started out with great expectations: workshops, activities, interactive ... instead ... all very bland and confusing. Not very easy to read explanations, perhaps with a guide would have been better. Workshops only on certain dates ... wrong. Activities for children from 8 years upwards. Cinemas in payment for each show (every half hour) 4 euros per person including children. In totality you perceive so many things maybe interesting but underused with the "do it yourself". The total cost is too high for what you really.
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  • An interesting place to discover the secrets of the universe through interactive installations. One way to introduce children to the world of the universe and the planets sin that the path does not follow a logical, it is difficult to understand for small children and also provides audio guides that could simplify matters. Beautiful and interesting is the show in the Planetarium (extra charge). Saw the reviews I was expecting something more! The price of the Museum in my opinion is too high compared to what it offers.
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  • Interessante dedicato principalmente a chi non ha conoscenze specifiche in materia, molto bello lo spettacolo del planetario, buono il servizio Bar molto belli i dintorni circostanti. Situated in a good location with a beautiful view It's dedicated to all who doesn't has a specific knowledge of the matter, so nice the Planetarium excellently explained by the staff, good Cafe service.
  • I have been there in 2011 and it was a really great experience. I recommend to everyone wanting to know more about sightseeing in Turin and about astrophysics.
  • Very interesting introduction to our stary sky.
  • Interesting. My children do not attend primary school yet but I'm still amazed. Engaging the explanation made inside the Planetarium. Chance to see different shows. Online on the official website you can find programming with their start times. Though I was expecting a better resolution of the screen but I don't have any comparisons you comparison. I think it's nice to take a ride in pedestrian arra where there are astronomical observatories but today the temperatures were not pleasing.
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  • Nice Museum, great for kids. Can be used at multiple levels: who is ignorant of physics and astronomy will just have fun with simulations, experiments and movies projected on the dome of the Planetarium, who knows more will deepen. Personally, I neither and nor on the other, I found unclear and explanatory path. Very friendly staff. Bella the projection in the Planetarium. Child almost 3 years completely galvanised by the visit.
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