Tickets for Mole Antonelliana & National Cinema Museum: Fast Track Entrance
Cinematic fun in the world's tallest museum
- Visit the world's tallest museum and take a crystal elevator to the top of Turin's iconic Mole Antonelliana for mind-blowing views
- Enter a world of movie memorabilia at the National Cinema Museum and explore the legacy of influential filmmakers
- See old movie-making equipment and take part in scientific and educational activities
See old optical machines that pre-date film, learn as you engage in educational activities worthy of any cinephile. And explore the work of influential filmmakers in Turin's National Cinema Museum, located in the iconic Mole Antonelliana. Take the crystal elevator to the top for dazzling city views! Lights, camera, action! - it's got all three.
Whoever enters Turin's National Cinema Museum isn’t just a visitor. They're an author, actor, dreamer, and spectator. They go from regular person to fully immersed cinema-insider when they walk through the doors.
Located in the somewhat bizarre-looking Mole Antonelliana - with its narwhal-shaped tower jutting into the sky, the Cinema Museum offers you a fascinating glimpse of cinematic history. That it happens in the celebrated architectural triumph known as Mole Antonelliana just adds to the experience (and makes it the tallest museum in the world).
Lay your eyes on fascinating pre-cinematographic optical devices you'll never believe they used before special effects, and see stage items from early Italian movies. This is the country that launched Bernardo Bertolucci, Federico Fellini, and Sergio Leone. They know movies.
Plus, take the elevator up to the tiptop of the tower for spectacular views of the city beyond.
BESTIAL! Animal Film Stars - June 14, 2017 - January 8, 2018
This cool exhibition celebrates animals on the big screen, from Lassie to Tintin and his pal Snowy. See photographs, costumes, memorabilia, posters, storyboards and animatronics, all combined with those magical movie moments.
- Access to the National Cinema Museum
- Access to the Mole Antonelliana Panoramic lift
- Access to temporary exhibitions
Trade your smartphone voucher for a paper ticket at the ticket office.
Take tram 13 from Torino Porta Susa to Rossini. From there it's a 4-minute walk to the venue.
You still wait to go up the lift quite a lot.
Also the signs and directions for the visit could be betters laid out.
However the actual museum is excellent!