"Royal Museums" - Piazzetta Reale, 1
The large complex, inaugurated in 2013, includes Turin's Royal Palace, the Royal Armoury, the Royal Library and the Savoy Gallery.


Royal Palace - Piazzetta Reale, 1
Built in the 17th century, it was the residence of the Dukes of Savoy, the Kings of Sardinia and the Kings of Italy until 1865. Inside you can admire the royal flats, richly decorated and furnished from the 17th to the 20th century, documenting the evolution of the taste of the Savoy sovereigns and preserving not only furniture but also clocks, porcelain and silverware. Of exceptional importance is the Dome of the Shroud, an architectural masterpiece created by Guarino Guarini between 1666 and 1680, to house the linen which, according to tradition, held the body of Jesus after the crucifixion.


Royal Armoury - Piazzetta Reale, 1
It is one of the most important in Europe, opened to the public in 1837 by Carlo Alberto. It occupies three rooms on the main floor, which can be reached through the staircase built by Benedetto Alfieri: the Rotonda room, the Beaumont Gallery and the Medagliere. The collections include prehistoric weapons, from the classical and medieval age and from the fifteenth century, but the weapons are more numerous of the '500 of the Italian and German school.


Sabauda Gallery - Piazzetta Reale, 1
This institution was founded in 1497, when the Savoy family made an inventory of the first ancient works acquired by the house. Over the years the collection was enriched with Flemish and Dutch works and then, in 1832, Charles Albert inaugurated the Royal Gallery, with 365 paintings. By 1923 the collection had 625 paintings. The Gualino collection is also part of the museum: with works by Mantegna, Veronese and Bellotto.


Royal Library - Piazza Castello, 191
In 1831 Charles Albert of Savoy-Carignano decided to expand the court library by adding countless volumes purchased from antique dealers all over Europe, He appointed a small circle of collaborators who undertook numerous research trips abroad to keep abreast of progress in literature, science and the arts.
Today, the library is one of the most important cultural institutions in Italy, with over 200,000 volumes, antique maps, engravings and drawings. Together with other precious and artefacts (drawings by the great Michelangelo, Raphael, Rembrandt...), the library's vault houses Leonardo da Vinci's self-portrait, as well as 13 autograph sheets and the Codex on the Flight of Birds, which was donated in 1893 (documents not normally on public display).


Museum of Egyptian Antiquities - Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6
Turin's museum is the oldest in the world in terms of foundation, and second in terms of number of exhibits only to that of Cairo. The museum was founded in 1824 by Carlo Felice, composed of the findings of Bernardino Drovetti, French consul in Africa. The collection was later expanded with finds from the excavations of Ernesto Schiaparelli's and, even today, the museum is a point of reference for world research thanks to a 30-year agreement between the Museum of Egyptian Antiquities Foundation and the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities.


National Museum of Cinema - Via Montebello, 20
Housed inside the Mole Antonelliana, built between 1863 and 1880, and a true symbol of the city. The project was born from the collector's initiative Maria Adriana Prolo who, starting from 1941, collected still photos, films, magic lanterns and other ancient projection and shooting devices.


Madama Palace - Piazza Castello
Located right next to the Royal Palace and recently opened, after over 10 years of restoration; the name of the residence is due to the two "royal madams" who stayed here: Christina of France, wife of Vittorio Amedeo I, and Maria Giovanna Battista of Savoy-Nemours, second wife of Carlo Emanuele II, regent since 1675. Today the palace is the seat of the Civic Museum of Ancient Art and its rooms host rich and heterogeneous collections: paintings, furniture, sculptures, ceramics, enamels, glass, ivories, tapestries, etc., with finds from the I sec. d. C. to XX secolo!!


National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento - Via Accademia delle Scienze, 5
The museum is located in the building that was the residence of the princes of Carignano, a cadet branch of the House of Savoy, to which Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of Italy, belonged. The Baroque construction is one of Guarino Guarini's most famous works. Inside, in 1848, the Chamber of Deputies of the Kingdom of Sardinia was set up by Carlo Alberto (Subalpine Parliament), which is still preserved there today.
Between 1864 and 1872 the Palazzo was doubled to house the first Parliament of united Italy. The museum was completely refurbished on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy; the new itinerary is now divided into 30 rooms, full of unpublished documents and multimedia contents.


MAO - Oriental Art Museum - Via San Domenico, 11
Located in the "Roman quadrilateral", in a splendid Baroque palace, and inaugurated just a few years ago. The museum's heritage includes about 1500 works from various Asian countries. The rooms intended for permanent exhibition are distributed in five distinct "galleries" (South Asia, China, Japan, the Himalayan Region, Islamic countries) divided between the four floors of the main building and the first and second floors of the side sleeve.


Accorsi-Ometto Foundation - Museum of Decorative Arts - Via Po, 55
The museum, inaugurated on December 3, 1999, was born from the rich legacy of Pietro Accorsi, one of the most important European antiques of the twentieth century. The exhibition itinerary consists of 27 rooms and hosts thousands of objects, mainly from the eighteenth century, signed by Pietro Piffetti, Meissen, Lodi, Ginori and many others.


Automobile Museum - Corso Unità d'Italia, 40
The idea of this museum was born in 1932 by Cesare Goria Gatti and Roberto Biscaretti di Ruffia. Opened in 1960, the site reopened in March 2011, completely restored by the architect François Confino. The immense collection includes not only historical brands (eighty car brands, of which at least one example is present) but also reflects on the future of this fundamental means of transport.


OGR Officine Grandi Riparazioni - Corso Castelfidardo, 22
The Officine Grandi Riparazioni di Torino (OGR Torino) is a late 19th century industrial complex located in Turin.
For a century, between the end of the nineteenth century and the early nineties, the OGR-Officine Grandi Riparazioni of Turin represented an excellence in the field of maintenance of locomotives, railcars and railway wagons.
The renovation and restoration project marks the transition from former train repair workshops to new workshops for contemporary culture, innovation and business acceleration with an international vocation.


Queen's Villa - Strada Comunale Santa Margherita, 79
Located right on the hills near the center of Turin, it was built at the behest of Maurizio di Savoia - first cardinal and then, from 1641, Prince of Oneglia - and then passed to his wife Ludovica di Savoia. Later it was destined to the residences of the Savoy sovereigns, the reason for the name with which she remained known. From 1869 it was donated by the Savoy to the National Institute for the Daughters of the Italian Soldiers (body suppressed in 1975). After a long oblivion, in 1994 the restorations carried out with state funds, organizations and private individuals, re-established the conservative situation and the close connection of the Compendium of Villa della Regina with the city: today the villa is a museum consisting of the residence, the seventeenth-century garden and a real vineyard from which the “Freisa” wine is produced.


Rivoli Castle - Piazzale Mafalda di Savoia, 10098 Rivoli TO
The first museum in Italy entirely dedicated to Contemporary Art (1984) is housed in an ancient Savoy residence just 15 km west of Turin.
The mission of the Castle today is to promote understanding of our era through art and culture, involving local and international audiences to favor the social and civil growth of the territory in which it operates.
Not far from the castle is Villa Cerruti, inaugurated in May 2019, with the extraordinary collection of Francesco Federico Cerruti (Genoa, 1922 - Turin, 2015), entrepreneur who passed away in 2015 at the age of 93. You can admire almost three hundred works of painting and sculpture ranging from the Middle Ages to the contemporary, to which are added about two hundred rare and ancient books with precious bindings, gold backgrounds, and more than three hundred furniture and furnishings including important carpets and desks by famous cabinetmakers.


Stupinigi hunting lodge i - Piazza Principe Amedeo, 7, 10042 Stupinigi, Nichelino TO
Just outside the city of Turin, there is one of the most elegant Savoy jewels, among the most extraordinary eighteenth-century complexes in Europe. The construction of the house began in 1729 on a project by Filippo Juvarra, and continued until the end of the 18th century. with expansion interventions e completion by Benedetto Alfieri and other architects such as Giovanni Tommaso Prunotto, Ignazio Birago di Borgaro, Ludovico Bo, Ignazio Bertola.


Basilica of Superga and the Royal Crypts - Strada Basilica di Superga, 73
A few kilometers from Turin, there is the church that celebrates the Savoy victory in the War of the Spanish Succession, a masterpiece by Filippo Juvara, built at the behest of Vittorio Amedeo II as a thanksgiving to the Virgin Mary, after defeating the French who were besieging Turin.


Giovanni and Marella Agnelli Art Gallery - Via Nizza, 230
In a structure suspended on the roof of the Lingotto in Turin, home to the first large Fiat factory, the collection of works of art belonging to the lawyer Giovanni Agnelli and his wife Marella is permanently open to the public.
Inaugurated on 20 September 2002, the Pinacoteca represents the final moment of the more than twenty-year process of transformation of the Lingotto. At the end of the great transformation work, the building retains the grandeur and strength of the car factory designed by Giacomo Mattè Trucco.
The "casket" - as Renzo Piano who designed it calls it - houses 25 extraordinary masterpieces (twenty-three paintings and two sculptures) ranging from the eighteenth century to the mid-twentieth century.
Below the casket, the Art Gallery is spread over another five floors, which house temporary exhibitions and a consultation room dedicated to the theme of collecting, an educational center for art, offices and a bookshop.


Albertina Academy of Fine Arts - Via Accademia Albertina, 8
Established in 1678 on the model of the Academie Royale in Paris, it is still today a prestigious Academy of Fine Arts which has about a thousand students every year. Born with educational purposes and enriched with substantial donations, its picture gallery contains works from the fifteenth to the eighteenth century - Filippo Lippi, Flemish, caravaggeschi, among others - and an extraordinary collection of 60 cartoons by Gaudenzio Ferrari.


GAM - Municipal Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art - Via Magenta, 31
With a collection of 40 thousand works (mainly Italian from the mid-nineteenth century to today, but with an eye also to Europe and the United States), it is one of the most important Italian museums of its kind. The program of temporary exhibitions, conferences and educational activities is also full. It also houses a sculpture garden and a concert arena.


Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo - Via Modane, 16
Since 1995 it has supported young Italian and foreign artists, with particular attention to the commissioning and production of new works, and promotes contemporary art with the aim of bringing an increasingly wider audience to it.
It is a reflective space that, thanks to the works, gives visibility to current art, to its perspectives on the themes of the present (from globalization to ecology, from work to new technologies to be reviewed / expanded); it is an agora that enhances the voice and interpretation of visitors and visitors thanks to the approach discursive of cultural mediation, a continuous and free service; it is a space of inspiration and creativity, made concrete and vital in the workshops conceived by the Educational Department for all the different visiting audiences (boys and girls, adolescents, young people, adults, schools, teachers, families, people with disabilities).
The Turin Center for Contemporary Art is the Foundation's main exhibition venue. The Center is located in the San Paolo district and was built on the Ex Fergat area, previously occupied by disused industrial plants. The building was designed by architect Claudio Silvestrin and is characterized by the essentiality of the spaces, specially designed to contain and exhibit today's art, made according to the principle of versatility and practicality of management. The idea behind the creation of the Center is to offer the city of Turin a space for contemporary art at an international level, placing itself as a place of meeting and comparison between the public and the new generations of artists, critics, curators.


Museum Casa Mollino - Via Napione, 2
It is the last home, restored to its original condition, of Carlo Mollino, the great designer, interior designer, writer, architect and photographer but also skier, motorist and airplane pilot, born in the early twentieth century in Turin and author, among others, of the restructuring of the Teatro Regio and the construction of the Rai Auditorium and the Chamber of Commerce of the Savoy city.
Carlo Mollino was an eccentric architect, an avant-garde designer and designer, but also a photographer, writer, airplane and racing car pilot. A man from Turin with a thousand passions and attitudes who built over 400 buildings in his life including the Auditorium della Rai in via Rossini, the Chamber of Commerce building in via Carlo Alberto, the Torinese Horse Racing Company (later demolished in 1960) and the new Teatro Regio (rebuilt after the 1936 fire). A great mountain lover, Mollino also designed some mountain buildings such as the Casa del Sole in Cervinia, the arrival station of the Furggen cable car and the Slittovia del Lago Nero near Sauze d’Oulx.
In the 1940s, Mollino began his career as a designer and interior designer. Deeply influenced by nature, one of his greatest passions, Mollino She re-proposed shapes and colors in his works, mixing them with elements of Modernism, Art Nouveau, Surrealism, Baroque and Rococo. In Turin he worked on many houses including: Casa Miller, Casa Devalle, Casa Minola, Dancing Lutrario (today Le Roi) and Casa Mollino.