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The Museum is one of the most important of its kind in the world thanks to it vast collection and the many different scientific and educational activities it carries out. But what makes it truly unique is its special exhibit setup. The museum is...more
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I found the first level on all the history leading up to cinema the most interesting. All the old technologies.
We were lucky enough to go on a sunny day, so great views from the top. The lift ride up is quite nerve wracking!
This is a remarkable museum that can keep a true aficionado's attention for probably a whole day. The extensive exhibition on the history of cinematography is entirely fascinating. There are several additional themed exhibits, and the jaw-dropping Temple Hall in the atrium of Mole Antoniello,...More
Gimmicky and nothing special. It’s a waste of time to go in. Have pictures of Hollywood stars like Rita Hayworth or Brad Pitt...which you can see online easily. The inside is like a “temple” which is totally weird. Overrated. Wish I spent more time at...More
Great elevator ride to the top of the tower..... you literally at one point are at the mercy of the cables..... brilliant! The clouds were low so we didn’t see much if the Alps, but my husband was frightened stiff, so, it was worth the...More
If you go to the Museo Nazionale del Cinema expecting a traditional museum, you may be disappointed. Apart from the excellent first section about the precursors of cinema, the rest of the museum is laid out in an unusual but very attractive manner, with booths...More
Overpriced and confusing and the staff were unhelpful. Loads of old bits of equipment but who knows what they were! Half the stuff didn’t work. The only good thing was the big space in the middle where you could lie down and watch film clips....More
This is a fantastic museum, in the center of the town. You will learn a lot about the beginning of cinema and it's development. You will see a lot of movies. But the main interest is certainly the site. The museum in in the "Mole",...More
it is a complete journey of cinema industry ... it started with how vision and image science and its development through eras. with nice and interactive illustrations.
I/ love the interesting section of using music in the cinema when it was silent cinema until involving...More
I wish I would have stayed longer, Museum is great if you are movie fan, interesting, interactive, worth to take the lift to go up and get great view of the city, if the weather is clear you can see the alps
Visited this museum together with ascending Mole Antonelliana. The museum consists of 3 main floors and also 2 more floors with video installations. There are comfy and red chairs in the center of museum where you can rest. The museum focuses at Italian, European and...More