The most entertaining museums to see in Turin

Museo Arte Urbana Torino

Museo Arte Urbana Torino

Turin, the first capital of Italy, is a city full of charm and culture, but in addition to the best-known museums, there are many other interactive experiences and fun museums in Turin that can make a visit enjoyable and engaging for the whole family. If you are looking for ideas to entertain the kids or want to alternate the classic visits with something more original, Turin has several options that are sure to surprise you.

Museums and alternative and fun activities in Turin

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Art and Tennis in the works of Velasco Vitali

How can art intersect with sports? With this post I take you into the world and works of Velasco Vitali, an artist whose passion for tennis shines through in his work.
Since 2017, Vitali’s artistic production has taken on new nuances, ranging from elegant monochromes to intense depictions of red clay. This is how tennis, in addition to being a game of physical strength and endurance, has become a powerful expressive tool for Vitali.

THE WORKS OF VELASCO VITALI

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How to get tickets for the Valley of the Temples

Valle dei Templi Sicilia

The Valley of the Temples in Agrigento is one of the must-see destinations when visiting Sicily. This extraordinary archaeological complex, dating back to the Magna Graecia, is a UNESCO heritage site and one of the best preserved in the world. Its historical and cultural importance makes it an essential stop for anyone wishing to explore the island’s rich heritage.

Online tickets for the Valley of the Temples

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Turin’s main museums to visit

Turin, the capital of Piedmont, is a city steeped in history with a drive towards modernity. The former capital of Italy and cradle of the Savoy royal family, Turin is also recognised as an important industrial hub and centre of good taste, known for its production of vermouth and other delicacies. With its elegant urban fabric and numerous cultural legacies, Turin offers a variety of sights to see that tell stories of the past and beyond. If you are planning a multi-day visit, consider exploring Turin’s museums by first purchasing a pass that gives you access to the main museums, in fact, as well as favourable discounts for temporary exhibitions and a reduced ticket to climb the Mole Antonelliana.

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Life and Works of Willem de Kooning: who he was and what works he made

Willem de Kooning, Screams of Children Come from Seagulls (Untitled XX), 1975 olio su tela. 195.6 x 223.5 cm. Museo Glenstone Potomac, Maryland © 2024 The Willem de Kooning Foundation, SIAE

There are artists who shape their worldview and works through personal experiences and cultural influences. This is the case, for example, with Willem de Kooning, one of the great exponents of abstract expressionism, whose works and life tell stories of transformation and beauty.

Life and Works of Willem de Kooning

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