The Museum is one of the most important in the world for the wealth of material and the multiplicity of its scientific and educational activities. Yet what makes it really unique is the specific format of the display. The museum is housed in the Mole Antonelliana, a bizarre and beguiling monument, the symbol of Turin.
And starting with the settings within the Mole, the Swiss production designer François Confino has applied ingenuity and imagination, multiplying the itineraries to create a spectacular presentation, which invests the visitor with continuous and unexpected visual and auditory stimuli: those who enter are not just visitors but also explorers, authors, actors, spectators... to whom the Museum will provide the thrill of an unforgettable experience

The Panoramic lift is located inside the Mole Antonelliana.

Some areas of the Museum will be only partially accessible (e.g. touch screens, optical and tactile supports).  For this reason, all visitors will be granted a reduced-fare admission ticket.

To comply with the anti-contagion rules, visitors’ access to the elevator will be regulated: for each ride, 5 people at a time will be allowed to get in so that inside the elevator they are not standing face-to-face. There will be yellow stickers on the floor to show people how to position themselves. As in all closed places, a mask must be worn, hands must be sanitized, and, in addition social distancing is in effect while waiting in line for the elevator. Customers will also be required to fill in a self-certification form. Downloadable here

Walking up the Dome: We inform the public that, in compliance with the health provisions relating to social distancing, walking up the dome is possible for groups of up to a maximum of 5 people subject to booking online

On the occasion of its reopening, the Museum, in line with the provisions issued by the Authorities, has established a series of measures to protect the health of visitors and to ensure a safe and pleasant stay.
In particular:
- some areas of the Museum (touch screen, optical and tactile media) will be only partially available for use
- to avoid having to wait in line it is recommended to pre-purchase your ticket online
- Pre-purchase is also recommended for the Abbonamento Musei and the Torino+Piemonte Card, whose holders will therefore be required to pre-purchase the free pass (with presale rights) at the Ticketlandia portal:
- so as not to create crowds, the time chosen for entry must be strictly respected. In case of non-compliance with the purchase time, you will have to wait for the first available entry;
- at the entrance to the Museum, visitors will be subjected to the measurement of body temperature using a thermal imaging camera. In the event of a temperature above 37.5°C, access will be denied;
- inside the Museum, it will be mandatory to wear a mask and to sanitize your hands using the sanitizing gel dispensers specially installed along the route

The cleaning staff, easily identifiable and always present, will continuously sanitize all the areas of contact. The direction of the path for the museum visit will be one-way, thus ensuring a safe route, which also makes use of part of the evacuation routes which, from the top of the helical ramp, cross the left ear and lead to the side exit of the Mole Antonelliana.

Via Montebello, 20, 10124 Torino (TO)

45.0685112, 7.6922681

  • Free
    people with disabilities ( disability > 67%) and accompanying person :Museum; ≤ 5 years, ICOM members :Museum + Lift; ≤ 5 years, ICOM members :Panoramic lift;
    Teachers with group, Children under 6, Abbonamento Musei holders, Torino+Piemonte Card owners, soci ICOM
  • € 3,50
    Reduced price
    :Museum (reservation required);
  • € 9,00
    Full price
    : solo Museo - tariffa speciale dal 10/02 al 05/03;
  • € 12,00
    Full price
    Museo + Ascensore fino al 5/3;
  • € 6,00
    Full price

From 01/03/2021 to 30/04/2021

  • Mon
  • Tue
  • Wed
  • Thu
  • Fri
  • Sat
  • Sun
Extraordinary closure
  • Bookshop
    Tel. 0118129061
  • Activities / Services for the visually impaired
    Audio descrizioni, postazioni visivo tattili, testi in Braille, didascalie digitali in alcune aree del Museo.
  • Conference room
    Meeting Point
    Capienza: 50-60 posti
  • Wheelchair hire
  • Activities/Services for the non-hearing
    Servizio interprete LIS su prenotazione; sottotitoli e video LIS per mostre temporanee
  • Pets Allowed
    al piano terra ammessi i cani; al Museo sono ammessi solo cani piccola taglia o con trasportino omologato o in braccio.
  • Family Activities
  • Cloakroom
  • Audio-guides (€ 5,00)
    GUIDA MULTIMEDIALE (Italiano, Inglese, Francese);
  • Educational workshop
  • Breastfeeding and child care area
Cards and tourist objects