The cinemamuseum was built in the well known Mole Antonelliana which is a symbol of Turin. In this exhibition one can not only find optical equipment and old and new equipment for cinemas but also props from the first moviessets and loads of other national and international rarities. While visiting this exhibition one can catch a glimpse how the jobs work which are necessary to produce a movie. The muesum has 5 floors and on these the visiter can see movieposters, filmreels and books.

Within the museum one can also find an elevator made out of glass. This elevator goes non-stopp from up to 85m hight. Up there one can find a platform from which the visiter has a breathtaking view of Turin. However, this elevator is relativly small and can only carry 9 people at the most.

The Egyptian museum is the world biggest Egyptian Museum right after Cairo’s. This is due to the fact that in the beginning of the 1900 items found were still shared between the nations who found it and the nation on whos ground it was found. The exhibition comprised not less than 5.268 objects. Statues, papyrus scrolls, sarcuphagus, mummies, amulettes and articles of daily use stand side by side.

 

 

The entrance for groups is limited to 25 people (for each museum)

Prices:

Cinema Museum – Entrance and elevator: € 20,00 per person

Only entrance: € 12,00 per person

Egyptian Museum: € 14,00 per person