Mon 9am/2pm Tue-Sun: 9.00am/6.30pm
Mon-Wed-Fri 2pm-5pm / Tue-Thu 10am-5pm
Via Accademia delle Scienze, 6, 10123 Torino
Lun/Fri 8.30am-7pm, Sat 8,30am-1pm
for info on booking and visits: firstname.lastname@example.org
tel - 011 561 7776
(Museum + Exhibition)
(Museum + Exhibition)
Age 15 to 18
Age 6 to 14
Student groups, age 6 to 14 + 2 educators (elementary and middle schools)
Student groups + 2 educators (high schools)
Groups: max 25 people
Guided tour in Italian, duration 1 hour and a half (whispers included): € 90 + € 10 per group (other languages € 110 + € 10 per group). Reservation is mandatory, including for the guides who accompany their own groups.
Guided tour Museum, duration 2 hours: Monday through Sunday at 11:00 am and Tuesday through Sunday at 4:00 pm, € 7 per person (entrance ticket not included, whispers included). Reservation is mandatory. Reservation is mandatory.
Special weekend: guided tours Saturday and Sunday at noon and at 4.30 pm (entrance ticket not included, whispers included) € 5,00 person. Duration 1 hour 30 minutes.
Guided tours in italian duration 2 hours Euro 7 per student (other languages Euro 8.50) – (entrance ticket not included, whispers included)
Guided tour in Italian, duration 1 hour and a half: Euro 5,50 per student (other languages Euro 6,50) – (entrance ticket not included, whispers included)
each visitor will be given a video guide, a new generation of equipment that will give the opportunity to choose itineraries differentiated in content and duration (eg. The masterpieces of the Egyptian Museum 120 ‘- Daily life, Deir el Medina, and Tomb of Kha 90 ‘, etc.)
each group led by Egyptologists or tour guides will be equipped with group tour, a very light and practical equipment that minimizes the noise pollution of the environment by putting in audio connection the group with the guide. The group tour of the Egyptian Museum is included in the ticket for Egyptologists-led groups or will cost 1 € per person for groups led by tour guides. Its adoption will be mandatory in order to to avoid any overlapping of different radio frequencies.
The tour of the new Egyptian Museum will also be punctuated by multimedia supports that in specific subject areas will provide further information to the visitor by eg. 3D reconstruction of archaeological contexts, artifacts provenance maps , etc.).