Have visited this museum twice and have not been disappointed. Lots of interactive displays and most are in English as well as Italian. Particularly like the seats in the centre. Well worth a visit. Great way to spend a morning.
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I wanted to visit this museum because I know there are very few museums of this kind around. I've visited the one in London which is not generally open to the public, you have to go as a booked group visit. So this one in...More
I've been to the museum about five times so far and every time there's something new to look at and to learn. With technology you can then be your own director, by playing with camera, when leaving a lift, or pretend you're falling. Once you're...More
We visited this museum with our 2 children and it was a lovely visit for all of us. The museum is full of very intresting exibits from the films history and the elevator to go up and see the city is very nice also. If...More
The museum tells the story of pre-cinematographic history and the beginning of the cinema. There are five levels in the museum and huge amount of collections from all kind.
A smashing museum that was like a Tardis as more and more rooms and halls unfolded. It’s quite comprehensive, covering from 1700s with the oldest magic lanterns with paper and candles to bring the images to life. Detail on the early years of the moving...More
The thing that we liked more is the location inside the Mole Antonelliana building in the very center of Turin, that allows you to enjoy a stunning view of the city and the mountain surroundings. The cinema overall offers an interesting experience, especially good are...More
This cinema museum is beautifully laid out, and a fascinating historical review of films and all aspects film making. There are comfortable lying seats with English commentary for viewing videos of aspects of film-making