You still have lots! Following you can find a short selection we’ve created about the best museums in Turin.
Table of Contents
- Pinacoteca Agnelli
- Venaria Reale
- Palazzina di Caccia Stupinigi
- Galleria Civica di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
- Museo Schneiberg
- OGR Torino
- Cavallerizza Torino
Pinacoteca Agnelli is a dynamic center open to the languages of the present in dialogue with the historical collection of the institution. The Pinacoteca is a place dedicated to the production of new exhibitions and site-specific projects commissioned from Italian and international artists for its internal and external spaces.
Entrance: Open Tuesday to Sunday, tickets can be purchased online.
The Reggia di Venaria is an an immense monumental complex on the outskirts of Turin. TheReggia di Venaria with its Giardini is divided into Scuderie Juvarriane, theSale dei Paggi, le Sale delle Arti, theCentro Conservazione and Restauro, theBorgo antico cittadino, the Castello della Mandria and the Cascina Rubbianetta.
Entrance: open from Tuesday to Sunday, the cost of entry depends on the type of ticket.
Palazzina di Caccia Stupinigi
The Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi ( Stupinigi Hunting Lodge) is a Savoia’s historical residence classified as Unesco World Heritage since 1997. It is placed a few kilometers far from Turin. Inside the palace are preserved a large quantity of furnishings, furniture of inestimable value and sumptuous decorations in the royal quarters. Relevant is the rich set up of tapestries.
Entrance: full ticket 13.80 euros.
Galleria Civica di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
La Galleria civica d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea in Turin is a museum of modern and contemporary art . It exhibits permanent artistic collections from the 19th and 20th centuries for a total amount of 45.000 among paintings,sculptures, artworks on paper, installations, videos, photos and artists like Antonio Canova, Giovanni Fattori, Antonio Fontanesi, Giacomo Grosso, Cesare Saccaggi, Antonio Mancini, Giacomo Balla.
Entrance: closed on Mondays, reservations are recommended but not mandatory.
The Museo Schneiberg in Torino was built starting from 1687. It has an extraordinary collection of Chinese art. The Imperial Silk and Metal Carpets of the Qing. The exhibtion itinerary is divided into eight sections with 36 carpets belonging to the permament collection. They constantly play with symbolic references between the figures of the imperial carpets and the frescoes.
Entrance: reservations are required to visit the museum.
OGR Torino is an hub dedicated to innovation and contemporary culture. OGR Torino is a place of production and experimentation in the artistic and technological fields, an inclusive space for the city and open to the world with site-specific works and personal exhibitions by important contemporary artists.
Visit OGR with the Artsupp Card and discover the advantages for you in more than 170 Italian museums and cultural institutions!
Cavallerizza Torino is home to Paratissima, a permanent incubator of events, exhibitions, courses and activities related to contemporary art. With its projects, it manages to give visibility and promote the exhibition opportunities of artists and talents not yet fully recognized by the institutional channels of contemporary art.
Visit Cavallerizza Torino with the Artsupp Card and discover the advantages for you in more than 170 Italian museums and cultural institutions
Do you want to discover all the museums, exhibitions and events in Turin? Click here!