Egyptian Museum of Turin

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  • Turin: Egyptian Museum Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

    1. Turin: Egyptian Museum Skip-the-Line Entrance Ticket

    Discover the beautiful collection of the Egyptian Museum, including mummies and papyri, at your own pace. Jump the lines to enter, and learn the incredible stories of the ancient times.  Explore a museum founded in 1824, with a set of collections overlapping in time  including the discoveries made as a result of excavations in Egypt by an Italian archaeological mission between 1900 and 1935.  In the year 2015, the Egyptian Museum in Turin reopened its doors to the public after extensive renovation and with a new layout. Among the museum's highlights, take the opportunity to see the spectacular Tomb of Kha, the Statue of Ramesses II, and the Papyrus collection room.

    Absolutely superb museum. Too much to see properly in one visit. We hope to return again.

  • Turin: Royal Palace and Egyptian Museum Guided Tour

    2. Turin: Royal Palace and Egyptian Museum Guided Tour

    Join this small-group tour to skip the long lines to the top 2 museums of Turin, the majestic Royal Palace, and the fascinating Egyptian Museum. Meet your guide at the entrance of the Royal Palace. Explore the former residence of the Savoy family, who reigned over Italy until it became a republic in 1946. Pass by their chambers, learning about their lives. Continue to the Chapel of the Holy Shroud, the original location of the Shroud. Next, visit the Egyptian Museum. Learn about the findings used to study ancient Egypt, including mummies, sarcophagus, sphinx, pots, jewelry, and more. Your guide will explain why this museum is in Turin. Hear about how it became the second most important museum in the world for Egyptology.

  • Turin: Egyptian Museum & City Tour Guided Experience

    3. Turin: Egyptian Museum & City Tour Guided Experience

    Discover the Egyptian Museum of Turin and visit the city on a guided tour. Explore the oldest museum in the world, entirely dedicated to the Egyptian civilization and considered the most important in the world after that of Cairo. Unique collections, papyri, mummies, stories, and intrigues of the ancient civilization of the Pharaohs will be revealed to you. Admire spectacular finds such as ancient mummies and the magnificent jewelry of the Pharaohs. Learn the anecdotes of centuries of Egyptian civilization from your knowledgeable guide. Finally, enjoy a one-hour city tour of Tourin, exploring San Lorenzo Square, San Carlo Square, and the Subalpine Gallery.

  • Turin: Private City Highlights and Egyptian Museum Tour

    4. Turin: Private City Highlights and Egyptian Museum Tour

    Visit the historic center of Turin while strolling through its majestic plazas. Starting from Piazza Castello, the ancient seat of royal power, you will walk through the sumptuous Galleria Subalpina and reach two locations closely associated with the Italian Risorgimento. These locations are Piazza Carlo Alberto and Piazza Carignano, which sits just next to the most important museum of the Risorgimento in Italy. Heading towards Salotto di Torino and moving along the ancient Via Nuova, now Via Roma, you will return to the ancient Collegio dei Nobili for a jump back in time of at least 5,000 years. This experience will allow you to immerse yourself in the wonderful world of one of the most important civilizations in history: Ancient Egypt. Travel back in time and relive the splendor, luxuries, and daily life of the pharaohs and queens of Ancient Egypt. The Egyptian Museum of Turin is the...

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What people are saying about Egyptian Museum of Turin

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 290 reviews

It is advisable to buy the ticket in advance of 5 days (since it is more accessible due to the schedules). You can see the museum in at least 2 hours, but only by viewing and without using the audio guide. The museum has a small cafeteria where it is a bit expensive and they do not allow you to take food or drinks out of the assigned area. It is a great museum, if I remember correctly it is 3-4 floors. It is full of information and it is simply beautiful. I do recommend buying tickets online, since when I went there were a lot of people waiting outside and a guard asking you to take out the voucher / ticker / reservation / ticket to allow you to enter. I recommend that you check the audio guide. That when I did it, it was too late and I hadn't realized it wasn't working. You cannot enter with suitcases or backpacks. I recommend you bring a backpack, since they do not charge you for the locker that is in front of the store (compared to a suitcase; the suitcase they have a specia

The guide was very knowledgeable, engaging and engaging. She stayed longer than she should. Although he was around Turin from morning to six o'clock he still had a smile on his face that did not betray his tiredness. Unfortunately I don't have a good memory for the names but I remember perfectly that she was from Romagna and her name began with S. Experience highly recommended.

We went to visit the museum on Sunday 8th September in the afternoon, our very good and patient guide held up to the difficult questions of the children in the group. Two hours of abundant visit have flown by.

Excellent museum for tourists. The audio guide is easy to follow. We chose the 1 hour audio guided tour and we spent two hours in the museum. Amazing exhibits with detailed explanation.

Fast and practical to make tickets And above all it is very convenient to arrive and enter immediately!