A trip to Turin promises things to do that are interesting for adults and fun for kids. The history, culture, squares and monuments can entertain and excite even the little ones. Museums house interesting artefacts such as mummies and football trophies, while parks offer trails and outdoor activities on sunny days. 

    Turin offers children both art and science, both ancient and modern. Want some tips for getting around the city with the whole family? Even the city's public transport is full of discoveries and adventures. Check out our guide to things to do in Turin with kids. 


    Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art

    Kids can learn about art through interactive programs

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    The Civic Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Turin organises a wide range of educational itineraries and family activities throughout the year. Both children and adults can experiment, play and learn about the beauty and significance of various artistic expressions.

    The art gallery's permanent exhibits include 19th-century paintings and sculptures as well as 20th-century Italian and European works by the likes of Balla, Boccioni, De Chirico, Ernst and Klimt. Photography without flash is permitted, so you can take photos of your favourite art during your visit. 

    Lokasi: Via Magenta, 31, 10128 Torino TO, Italy

    Buka: Tuesday–Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm (closed on Mondays)

    Telepon: +39 011 443 6999


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    Egyptian Museum

    See over 30,000 artefacts of the ancient civilisation

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    Museo Egizio (Egyptian Museum) in Turin contains over 30,000 Ancient Egyptian artefacts. Founded in 1824, the archaeological museum is one of those places where there's always something to grab the kids' attention. Must-sees include the mummified remains of 24 humans and 17 animals, 

    Enjoy a journey through statues, sphinxes, sarcophagi, papyrus and monuments, including the Temple of Ellesyia and the well-preserved Tomb of Kha and Merit. Museo Egizio is within a 5-minute walk of Piazza San Carlo, Turin's main city plaza.

    Lokasi: Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6, 10123 Torino TO, Italy

    Buka: Monday from 9 am to 2 pm, Tuesday–Sunday from 9 am to 6.30 pm

    Telepon: +39 011 440 6903


    Juventus Museum

    A museum dedicated to Italy's major football club

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    The Juventas Museum (J-Museum) is dedicated to the Juventus F.C. football club in Italy. Children can enjoy an exciting journey through bilingual exhibits of the team's many trophies and sporting achievements. The museum is a must-see for fans of the club and sports lovers as it retraces not only the story of Juventus, but also Italy's football history.

    You can extend your visit to a stadium of the same name, which gives you access to exclusive areas. Besides J-Museum, you can visit sites of special importance for Juventus players in Turin via a guided bus tour.  It usually leaves from the museum's Bay 7 parking.

    Lokasi: Via Druento, 153/42, 10151 Torino TO, Italy

    Buka: Monday and Wednesday–Friday from 10.30 am to 6 pm, Saturday–Sunday from 10.30 am to 7.30 pm (closed on Tuesdays)

    Telepon: +39 899 999 897


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    Sassi–Superga tramway

    Enjoy a scenic ride up Superga Hill

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    The Sassi–Superga tramway takes you to the summit of Superga Hill at an altitude of 672 metres. The route covers over 3 km, with a 425-metre vertical drop and an average gradient of 13.5%. You can take to Sassi station from Turin's centre via Tram 15 from Piazza Castello.

    Make yourself comfortable in the original 1934 carriages (when the already 50-year-old tramway was revamped). The Basilica of Superga greets you upon arrival, with its impressive dome, Tombe dei Savoia (tombs of the Savoys), and panoramic views of Turin and the Alps. 

    Lokasi: Stazione Sassi, 10132 Torino TO, Italy

    Buka: Daily at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm

    Telepon: +39 011 576 4733


    Public Pellerina Park

    Have a picnic on the banks of the Dora Riparia

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    Parco della Pellerina (Public Pellerina Park) is a vast and green area on the banks of the Dora Ripari, around 5 km northeast of Turin's city centre.

    This relaxing park has a network of cycling paths, lakes, modern sculptures, riverfront beaches, picnic tables and play areas. At certain times of year, amusement parks and circuses are held in the eastern section of the park. Enjoy picnics on the river's southern bank, next to a public skating rink. 

    Lokasi: Corso Appio Claudio, 106, 10146 Torino TO, Italy


    La Venaria Reale

    An excellent example of historical gardens in Europe

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    La Venaria Reale is a former royal residence with lush gardens dating back to the 17th century. While many come to explore the palace, the garden complex is great for those looking to unwind in a scenic and natural setting. 

    You can join an educational tour or just stroll through hedges, statues, streams and pools. The Giardino delle Sculture Fluide (Garden of Fluid Sculptures) is particularly impressive, even for children. Natural elements form transitions between art installations. A trackless train takes you through the Lower park area to the ruins of the Temple of Diana. 

    Lokasi: Piazza della Repubblica, 4, 10078 Venaria Reale, Italy

    Buka: Tuesday–Sunday from 11 am to 6 pm (closed on Mondays)

    Telepon: +39 011 499 2333


    Planetarium of Turin

    Discover constellations and the mysteries of the universe

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    The Planetarium of Turin (Infini.to Planetario di Torino) is great for those interested in astronomy. The hilltop centre is in Pino Torinese, around 10 km southeast of Turin city centre. It's one of the most high-tech planetariums in Europe, forming part of an interactive space and astronomy museum. 

    Take a virtual trip to Mars, walk on a simulated surface of the moon, experience the force of gravity on Jupiter and Saturn and see what happens when you manipulate a magnetic field. The planetirum's sky simulator takes you on a thrilling journey through space, passing by the Sun, planets, nebulae and galaxies. 

    Lokasi: Via Osservatorio, 30, 10025 Pino Torinese, TO Italy

    Buka: Tuesday–Friday from 9.30 am to 3.30 pm, Saturday–Sunday from 2.30 pm to 7.30 pm (closed on Mondays)

    Telepon: +39 011 811 8740


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    National Cinema Museum

    A journey through old and new film special effects

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    Museo Nazionale del Cinema (National Cinema Museum) is an exciting place for cinephile of all ages. This interactive museum traces the history of the seventh art from its origins to today with extensive displays on set designs, lighting and special effects, posters, props, and costumes.

    Your journey begins with the first experiments in projection and moving pictures, which used shadow theatre and magic lanterns – old-fashioned tricks that still captivate those born in the digital age. Museo Nazionale del Cinema occupies Mole Antonelliana in central Turin.  

    Lokasi: Via Montebello, 20 A, 10124 Torino TO, Italy

    Buka: Wednesday–Monday from 10 am to 7 pm (closed on Tuesdays)

    Telepon: +39 011 813 8564


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    Museo Nazionale dell'Automobile

    See hundreds of vintage vehicles

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    Turin's Museo Nazionale dell’Automobile (National Automobile Museum) offers a journey through the history of automobiles. Besides displaying over 200 original cars from all over the world, the museum offers educational workshops on mechanics, physics and road safety.  

    Each car is connected to a historical, sporting, social or cultural breakthrough. There's a Fiat Model 4 from 1911 that was used by King Victor Emmanuel III for his travels during WWI, a 1950 Isotta Fraschini featured in the film Sunset Boulevard, and a Ferrari 312 T5 driven by Gilles Villeneuve.

    Lokasi: Corso Unità d'Italia, 40, 10126 Torino TO, Italy

    Buka: Monday from 10 am to 2 pm, Tuesday–Sunday from 10 am to 7 pm

    Telepon: +39 011 677 666


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    Museo A come Ambiente (MAcA)

    A science museum with specific areas for kids/school visits

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    Museo A come Ambiente (MAcA) is a great place to learn about reusing objects, recycling waste, and living sustainably. The science museum occupies 3 buildings in Parco Dora (Dora Park), about 4 km northeast of central Turin. 

    The museum's exhibits are split into themed areas like water, energy and nutrition. It aims to stimulate children's curiosity, encouraging them to research, explore and learn about the importance of the environment and protecting it. Weekdays are reserved for pre-booked groups, but everyone can visit MAcA on weekends without prior reservatons.

    Lokasi: Corso Umbria, 90, 10144 Torino TO, Italy

    Buka: Monday–Friday from 9 am to 5 pm (by appointment only), Saturday–Sunday from 2 pm to 7 pm

    Telepon: +39 011 813 8564


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