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Museo di Anatomia Umana

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Corso Massimo d'Azeglio 52 Torino Esposizioni, 10126 Turin Italy
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This tour is the perfect choice if you like baroque and landscape art, history, royal mansions, medieval castles and want to enjoy the riverside, squirrels and ducks in the most ancient public park of Turin.<br><br>The Valentino park is a must to see in Turin and you will appreciate it even more with someone who has been living in the city for 44 years that will show you with knowledge and humor (why not?) also more hidden spots, in addition to the main features.<br><br>It's also nice to walk alone, but with an insider's explanation, without missing even a corner and in good company, it will be quite another thing!<br><br>The park hosts the Rock Garden (crossed by paved paths, little streams, water features, terraces, contemporary sculptures), a French style baroque castle owned by the royal family, a charming Medieval Village with its artisan shops and drawbridge, the impressive Fountain of the 12 Months and much more.<br><br>Plus, each season has its own charm and you won't be disappointed even in the cold months!<br><br>I'll be also at your complete disposal for any questions about Turin/Italy: what to visit, where to eat, transport, culture, language, etc. to make your experience as useful as possible. Consider me like your LOCAL FRIEND, not a guide! <br><br>*** IMPORTANT: The visit can start between 11am and 5pm, depending on the weather, season...<br><br>THE SCHEDULE YOU SEE ONLINE IS MERELY INDICATIVE, CONTACT ME BEFORE BOOKING. <br><br>✓✓✓ Please WRITE to me BEFORE booking (to +39 33 94 60 48 85 or here in the Questions &amp; Answers) also since, depending on your availability and language, another day/hour would fit you better and I could ask you to change the day (the tour can be in 4 languages).
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ValerioDM wrote a review Sep 2020
Udine, Italy693 contributions91 helpful votes
Peculiar museum where you can see very special pieces and you can have a view of the human anatomy. Historic building.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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CDiMonte wrote a review Jul 2020
Pagnacco, Italy61 contributions5 helpful votes
When I decided to visit this museum I thought it was going to be awesome, but the visit went beyon my expectations. It is a small museum, but full of interesting (and real) things explained by videos and slides you can access with QR code scan. The organisation due to the pandemic is also very good! I really enjoyed the visit and I recommend a visit if you are in the city of Turin.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Tabbyfly wrote a review Apr 2017
San Diego, California27 contributions3 helpful votes
Not a very big museum, but very intricate models and well preserved and presented pieces. Definitely, worth it as part of the three museum pass for 10€
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Sara O wrote a review Aug 2016
Turin, Italy140 contributions45 helpful votes
This was a fun museum, good to combine with the Anthropology museum and the fruit museum as they're all very near, and each quite small. There was tons to see at this museum!
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Date of experience: September 2015
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Ollossm wrote a review Jun 2014
Norwich, United Kingdom933 contributions318 helpful votes
Before we set of for Torino my wife had spotted this museum and we decided to give it a go, I was a bit unsure. Tucked away in a nondescript building a short walk from Parco Valentino we found it and went up. The range of exhibits on display is vast and very interesting. I must confess some of them did make me feel a tad queasy but on the whole I was fascinated from the minute we walked in to the minute we walked out. If it was in the body or to do with the body then you will probably find it in this museum. Initially we were disappointed that there were no English description boards but we soon realised the boards are double sided.....Italian on one and English on the reverse. The hall it is housed in is also quite interesting. There are also some video shorts to watch, now whilst these are in Italian it is very easy to get the gist of what they are on about. We had free entry with the Torino / Piedmont card but entry was very reasonable anyway. I was a quite surprised at how interesting I found the place and would have no hesitation in recommending it if you are in Turin.
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Date of experience: May 2014
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