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Planetario di Torino, Pino Torinese
(3.2/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web)
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  • About 15 km from Turin on the hill towards Pino Torinese, is ideal to spend a few hours in the company of the universe, the stars, the laws of physics and with a chance to experience the same thanks to several simulators available to the public. Aided by some staff members prepared/and is especially helpful. The kids love it. Suggested!
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  • I was at the Planetarium for the second time, after a few years. I came back with his wife and children, that being bigger than the first time they certainly could better appreciate the Planetarium. Special mention to the staff, really friendly and professional. Think again, maybe when there will be a performance in "night".
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  • The place itself is nice and interesting, but I stumbled across one of the men staff that started squabbling on the return of a friend of ours in the screening room of the Planetarium. This friend had gone out before the start of a screening because he had a young baby making noise. Decided that it would exit and then would see the next show alternating with her husband that she would then look after the child. Upon entering the room to the projection of the next show, the guy did staff issues. Result: our friend paid for a ticket to a show that has not seen. Also room was practically empty, so you would be treated to remove any gain at them for not selling another ticket. It was a totally gratuitous rudeness.
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