Mole Antonelliana

An architectural landmark of the city of Turin, it was initially conceived as a synagogue, before being bought by the City of Turin and made into a monument to national unity.

Mole Antonelliana

The National Cinema Museum celebrates animals on the silver screen with an exhibit in the incomparable setting of the Mole Antonelliana, from June 14, 2017 to January 8, 2018.

Located on the ground floor,
can be accessed without admission fee

A wide selection of publications and merchandise dedicated to cinema

Eataly meets Caffè Vergnano
at the Mole Antonelliana

The restaurant, equipped with an outside terrace, is located on the ground floor of the Mole Antonelliana and can be accessed without an admission ticket to the Museum. It offers an excellent catering service both as a cafeteria and a restaurant.
The National Cinema Museum is a non-profit organisation which became a Foundation in 1992, in order to promote study, research and documenting activities in the field of cinema, photography and image.