Egyptian Museum

The Egyptian Museum of Turin is the oldest museum in the world entirely dedicated to Egyptian culture. The original nucleus consists of the precious collections of the House of Savoy, which are gradually enriched by the archaeological discoveries of Ernesto Schiapparelli and Giulio Farina, up to including the ancient temple of Ellesiya saved from the waters of the Aswan dam.

The new layout of 2015 has created an extremely captivating museum itinerary, full of surprises and that mysterious charm that has always cloaked ancient Egypt.

National Cinema Museum

It is without doubt one of the most spectacular museums in the world, and for this reason it is housed in the Mole Antonelliana, an extraordinary monument symbol of Turin.

The National Cinema Museum owes its uniqueness to the originality of the exhibition that spirals upwards, creating a fabulous multimedia adventure.

The panoramic lift also offers a breathtaking view of the city: an essential experience.

Lavazza Museum 

The history of the Lavazza family and its rise among the most famous Italian names in the world.
The museum is an integral part of “Nuvola”, the futuristic Lavazza headquarter designed by  architect Cino Zucchi. The itinerary is developed in five sections that retrace the coffee chain and the milestones of the Company’s success, highlighting how Lavazza has become part of the daily life of Italian families thanks to Armando Testa’s advertising campaigns.

The visit ends with the tasting of a Lavazza Design coffee.