Museo del Risparmio, Turin

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  • Power lab and Museum suitable for children. Interesting themes and games workshop. To visit those with children/teens
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  • Museum very interactive savings theme, although perhaps the real issue is money and its history. Through a card that is delivered at the entrance you can interact and make use of shields along the way. The material on display is rather small, but you can see many videos. Suitable for families with children, who can entertain themselves with video games and find interesting short animated movies. The price of 6 euros seems frankly exaggerated, but for those who can get in for free can be a pleasant surprise.
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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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  • This is a museum of the history of commerce/finance. An interesting change from the usual arts/historical museums. There is a lot of information here presented well for people of all ages. I particularly enjoyed the (cheesy) videos explaining the history of finance. There are also cute animated videos explaining fundamental ideas for kids. There are lots of finance related games at the end of the exhibits. I think these were an excellent way to teach kids about saving/financial management. For the adults, there are more advanced sections describing advanced investing/financial tools and instruments. Overall a nice museum with information presented in a fun and interactive way. I would recommend this place for families as kids will get a lot out of the information.
  • Surprising and uncommon museum.
  • Museum architecturally sophisticated and modern, but it's hard to consider it a real Museum, displays video on monitor or video games are basically enough opiates. The theme is the monetary system, banking and finance, addressed as if you were to write the presentation of a bank.
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  • 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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