Egyptian Museum of Turin
The world’s oldest museum dedicated to ancient Egyptian culture is waiting to be explored.
- Reserved entrance
- Confirmation by email
- Fast track entry
- Wheelchair accessible
- E-voucher accepted
- Discover the ancient secrets of the pharaohs and mummies as well as the stories linked to the myths behind them
- Explore and discover the history and mysteries of an ancient civilization
- Make Turin surprise you with a unique experience
Admire more than 30,000 Egyptian artifacts on display and the uniqueness and richness of the Egyptian Museum in Turin considered the oldest and most significant museum of Egyptian artifacts in the world, after the one in Cairo. Discover the core of the collection brought from Egypt by the botanist Vitaliano Donati in 1700, commissioned by King Charles Emmanuel III. Subsequently, the collections have been gradually enriched for over 300 years and it was remodeled in 2006 with an imaginative use of lighting and mirrors that will impress you with a spectacular display of some of the most original antiquities from Egypt.
Then take a walk and get lost in the streets of Turin, in the perfect perspectives of the Baroque palaces, in the regular refinement of its squares, in the scents of chocolate and coffee.
In order to avoid queueing, it is strongly advised to purchase the ticket online
The price includes
- Entrance ticket to the Egyptian Museum
- Booking fee
- Guide service
- Entrance tickets to other museums or attractions
Where do I pick up the ticket
The day of the visit you will have to show your ticket directly at the entrance of the museum. Remember to arrive at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time.
Tickets cannot be modified, cancelled or refunded under any circumstances.
If you are late you will lose the reservation and you will not be refunded.
The start time of the visit is the one selected at the time of purchase and written on the ticket.
The request is subject to confirmation by the museum.
Remember that you must show an identity document at the entrance, in case of reduced tickets.
There could be waits due to security controls.
For security reasons, it is forbidden to enter the museum with backpacks, suitcases and large bags.