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Museo Nazionale del Cinema, Turin
(4.5/5 based on 7,500+ reviews on the web)
A movie lover's paradise, Museo Nazionale del Cinema covers the industry from its earliest days to the present. The museum's huge exhibit space covers five floors. Among a huge array of movie memorabilia, you can see the original cape worn by actor Christopher Reeve in the movie "Superman." Recline in a comfortable chair in one of the screening rooms to watch special showings of experimental and classic Italian films. The museum also displays a growing collection of film posters, reels, books, and photos. You can ride the museum's panoramic elevator, which covers about 75 m (246 ft) in less than 60 seconds and offers 360-degree views of the area. See Museo Nazionale del Cinema and all Turin has to offer by arranging your trip with our Turin trip builder.
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  • We spent a couple of hours here and it was interesting, however we found the format a little hard to follow, it isn't clear how to get around so it all seems a bit random!. 
  • Very interesting Museum with several rooms and objects that stimulate the visitor and help to understand the evolution of the wonder of cinema. Worth a visit, and to the Museum of the cinema there are no queues if not go up on the panoramic elevator.
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  • Well done Museum. Interactive and dynamic at all boring. I highly recommend it. The ticket can be combined with the ascent to the mole with the panoramic elevator
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  • Very cool place, it's very interactive, it shows the technology as well as culture part of cinema. It's incredibly easy to lose track of time inside, spend there 3hs feels like it easily might have been 3 more. If you manage to be there during clear skies, you absolutely have to take the elevator to observation point, panorama of the city is wonderful from up there.
  • One of the coolest places I visited in Italy! You can learn a lot about cinema history and the view from the tower of the building is astonishing! P..S look at cinema posters on Italian, they are awesome! :D
  • I am in love with this museum. I can't wait to come back and spend the entire day here.
  • Fascinating, stylish and varied interactive museum. Something for everyone here, well worth the €10 entry fee.
  • Super interesting attractions and very well laid out. Still worth it I think if you only speak English.