MUSEO EGIZIO (EGYPTIAN MUSEUM) TURIN TICKETS: HOW TO VISIT THE MUSEO EGIZIO
In this post you’ll find all information about the Egyptian Museum in Turin, tickets and booking to make your visit unique.
The Egyptian Museum in Turin is the oldest in the world and the most important Egyptian museum after the Museum of Cairo in Egypt.
It houses a collection of artworks andartefactswhich allow you to retrace the culture of Ancient Egypt.
Museo Egizio (Egyptian Museum) Turin tickets: how to visit
HOW TO BOOK YOUR TICKET TO THE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM IN TURIN
My advice to you is to book your ticket online, especially if you want to visit the museum at the weekends, because the queue at the entrance is very long.
Booking your ticket allows you to enter and skip the line.
To buy your ticket you can go to the TourScanner online ticket office –> Compare Tours, Attractions & Activities in Turin
HOW TO VISIT THE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM IN TURIN
Each visitor will be given a video guide, included in the entrance ticket (full entrance ticket € 15).
This equipment will give you the opportunity to choose your favourite itinerary, by choosing content and duration.
Basically, you can choose the itinerary according to the time you have at your disposal.
Along the tour of the Egyptian Museum in Turin you’ll find some multimedia supports which will provide you with further information by 3D reconstruction of archeological areas or artefacts provenance maps.
HOW TO GET TO THE EGYPTIAN MUSEUM
BY METRO: Linea 1 – PORTA NUOVA stop. From Porta Nuova, by Via Roma or Via Lagrange (which becomes Via Accademia delle Scienze), the Museo Egizio can be reached in 10-15 minutes on foot. Otherwise, take bus 58 or bus 58B and get off at the BERTOLA-1642 stop, or tram 4 and get off at the BERTOLA-247 stop.
BY BUS: Lines 4 e 15; BERTOLA-247 stop; Lines 58, 58B, 11, 55, 57; BERTOLA-1642 stop; Lines 72 e 72B; BERTOLA-2179 stop; Lines 13, 56, 51; BERTOLA-469 stop; Line 27; BERTOLA-1632 stop (terminus); Lines 13, 15, 55, 56; CASTELLO-471 stop; Lines 7; CASTELLO-409 (Saturday, Sunday and public holidays) stop (terminus).
On foot: Taking Via Lagrange (which then becomes Via Accademia delle Scienze), you reach the Museo Egizio in 10-15 minutes.
By public transport: from Porta Nuova station to the Museo Egizio, take buses number 58 or 58B (for both, BERTOLA-1642 stop). The number 4 tram from Porta Nuova station passes close to the Museo Egizio (BERTOLA – 247 stop).
On foot: From Porta Susa station, the Museum can be reached in about 20-25 minutes.
By public transport: from Porta Susa station to the Museo Egizio take bus number 51 (BERTOLA – 469 stop), 56 (CASTELLO – 471 stop), 57 (BERTOLA – 1642 stop), 72 or 72B (for both, BERTOLA – 2179 stop). Tram number 13 from Porta Susa station to the Museo Egizio (CASTELLO – 471 stop). Also the Star 1 and Star 2 lines pass near the Museum (ROMA – 4058 stop). BOGINO – 4131
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