Turin is probably not a city you would directly associate with film, but a visit to the Mole Antonelliana will most likely change your mind. This building, which dominates the city skyline with its high spire, houses one of the best film museums in the world: the Museo Nazionale del Cinema.
The museum stretches from the atrium over 4 floors - full of costumes, props, posters and a lot of moving images. The exhibit is divided over 10 'chapels', each highlighting one specific film genre. Thanks to interactive installations, you will be able to star in the world of film. Watch the clips while sitting on a chair or lying down – or even from sitting on the loo!
“The Mole was once designed as the symbol of modern Italy”