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Museo del Risparmio, Turin

(3.6/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
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  • Given the parallel Museum initiatives Intesasanpaolo (' 900 Galleries in Milan, Palazzo Leoni in Vicenza, etc.) I expected something more. In fact, I don't own the name of Museum: the traditional material is bare-bones, yet how many objects you could expose without great effort in research! Common objects, such as paper banknotes coins equities cheques (those from 500 livres degli anni ' 70 of the twentieth century as they were in short supply banknotes-like now), or witness accounts of an era not so far before the advent of blessed computer science. All of this could create a place not only to adults for a vain "amarcord" but also to the same guys to provide them with a historical perspective that is disappearing, with all the implications ("so much on the internet find everything"). And could contribute in a more concrete financial literacy as we speak. More than a museum seems a network site where you see and hear news in abstract form. Anyway I'll be back, not least because the visit was short due to a scorching temperature in enclosed spaces, although the weather was just spring.
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  • Given that I went to see this Museum a bit by accident, not knowing what I would find inside. I imagined something a bit more "classic" where you can also find historical objects related to the history of savings and to money. In fact the Museum is almost a whole big multimedia installation at various levels (children/adults) and on various issues. Nice, modern, nuvo, I tried to see some movie and no big deal, done right (I don't know anything about economics, so I do not know whether the point of view of someone who tells is "objective") to give you a card to be passed on "installations" to activate your movies or games (I was wondering why, moreover, seems a bit superfllua). The purpose of the Museum is to give some sort of financial education (both with movies that with interactive games) Martiedì closed, the first Saturday of each month is free of charge, otherwise costs 6 € (which seem to me to be too much for a museum like this, if we consider that behind there is a Bank, maybe they could do the grandiose and get it free) so if you have subscription museums go ahead and take a look even for the boxe think it can be interesting. To me exclusively interactive museums bored enough ... you might as well see me movies at home, when and how I want. Interesting initiatives which organise (there was for instance a meeting about pocket money to give to the children, I would have loved to participate) there was a temporary exhibition very interesting on the notebooks of savings of our grandmothers. Interesting to see how prices have changed over time or what marked our grandmothers to square the accounts (even as, the care and beauty of the writing, compared to today) have a FB and a very active IG, look to be up to date on their initiatives
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  • Beautiful, a small concentration of movies, games, and other tools to know the history of the currency, the operation of the market, the role of savings. Little known, deserve quite another enhancement!
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  • Surprising and uncommon museum.
  • Place innovative, well designed, useful in some respects but long and tedious if you want to look at all the material. Not always explained well the matter and assume important concepts to understand the various tabs. Doesn't explain both sides of the coin "Economics" but tends to always show the convenient side and hardly explains what and how it can go wrong an investment and how to protect themselves in those cases. To improve. Nice playroom, would be augmented with more interactive games divided by age.
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  • Beautiful Museum. Beautifully appointed space technology at the service of the public, great rooms and experience design. Truly a gem
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  • Museum dedicated to money and banking instruments. Very much geared to schools, is a multimedia Museum with many activities for children. Definitely nice if you have the Museum subscription
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  • Beautiful experience, multimedia Museum
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