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Located in the heart of the city of Turin, the Egyptian Museum or Museo Egizio is the oldest museum in the world dedicated entirely to the ancient history and culture of Egypt. It is spread over four floors and is one of the best preserved museums comprising real mummies, the original Sphinx, statues, sarcophagus, and 30,000 other interesting artifacts that depict Egyptian rituals, culture, and habits.
World’s Second Largest Egyptian Museum: Museo Egizio is the oldest and the second largest museum in the world dedicated solely to Egyptian history and culture.
Artifacts & Papyrus Collection:The museum is home to over 30,000 artifacts as well as an impressive Papyrus Collection depicting the culture and habits of Egypt.
Budget-Friendly: The tickets include access to the museum as well as a tour of some of the most popular attractions of Turin, making your travel around town easier and budget-friendly.
A Card for Everyone: These tickets are ideal for all kinds of tourists - solo travellers, friends, family, history and archaeology enthusiasts, couples, and more.
Duration: 2 hours
Duration: 3-7 hours
Monday: 9 AM to 2 PM
Tuesday to Sunday: 9 AM to 6:30 PM
Last Admission: The last admission takes place one hour before closing time.
Address: Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6, 10123 Torino TO, Italy
By Bus: Board bus numbers 58, 58B, 11, 55, 57, 72, or 72B and get off at the Bertola stop. The museum is a 4-minute walk from there.
By Metro: Take a metro from Line 1 and get off at Porta Nuova station. The museum is a 10-minute walk from there.
By Car: You can hire a cab or drive down to the museum as well.
Car Parking Facility: The nearest facility is available at the Roma-San Carlo-Castello car park. Keep in mind that the limited traffic zone applies from Monday to Friday from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
Here are a few attractions located near Museo Egizio that you can explore before or after your tour of the museum:
Here are a few tips to keep in mind if you want to skip the long lines outside the museum:
Here are a few restaurants in the area you can dine at before or after your tour of the museum:
Attic Hostel (620m)
B&B Torino Tres Chic (700m)
Le Petit Hotel (450m)
Residence Lagrange (600m)
Grand Hotel Sitea (350m)
Principi di Piemonte (450m)
A. Yes. Turin Egyptian Museum tickets are available online.
A. Yes. Skip-The-Line tickets are available for the Egyptian Museum.
A. Yes. Guided tour tickets are available for the Egyptian Museum. You can buy Egyptian Museum: Skip The Line Guided Tour or Best of Turin : Walking Tour with Royal Palace and Egyptian Museum
A. The Egyptian Museum tickets are priced at €29 and upwards.
A. It depends on the type of ticket you purchase. Please check your Egyptian Museum tickets for more information.
A. The Egyptian Museum tickets include several features and facilities depending on the type of ticket you choose to purchase. Please check your tickets for more information.
A. The validity depends on the type of ticket you choose to buy.
A. Licensed journalists, visitors over 70 years of age, children between 6-18 years of age, and university students can avail discounted tickets to the Egyptian Museum. Children between 0-5 years of age and people with disabilities get free access to the museum.
A. Yes. The Egyptian Museum is wheelchair accessible.
A. The Egyptian Museum is known for being home to the oldest collection of artifacts from ancient Egypt.