You can have exclusive use of the National Museum of Cinema ’s unique and fascinating spaces at the Mole Antonelliana to organise exclusive visits, events, meetings, launches, press conferences, cocktails and dinners.
The events at the Mole Antonelliana can take place in the Museum when it is closed to the public: the entire day on Tuesday; after 8 pm on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday; Saturday is not available since the Museum is open to the public until 11 pm.
The maximum capacity of the Mole Antonelliana is 600 people, distributed throughout the building.
Due to special maintenance works the Panoramic Lift will remain closed on the 1st September and from the 17th September to the 21st October 2018. Therefore it will not be possible to request the use of the Panoramic Lift for exclusive events in the aforementioned period. Furthermore, from the 31st July to the 21st October, we will not be able to host events in the Temple Hall on Mondays and Tuesdays.
The large space under the dome is home to the "heart" of the Museum, with “chapels” dedicated to major themes and genres of film history. This space within the Museum can host launches, events, cocktails and screenings. Screenings on giant screens can be enjoyed while relaxing on chaises longues. At regular intervals, the dome comes alive with an extraordinary spectacle: projected images create the illusion that the dome is suddenly opening up onto starry skies and fantastic images. The Temple Hall leads to the spiral Ramp that houses temporary exhibitions.
||64 chaises longues with the option of renting extra chairs (max 50)
||audio system, with the option of renting video projection on big screens (8 m. long x 4.30 m. high)
||exclusive use of the Panoramic Lift
The National Museum of Cinema offers an exclusive use of the roof terrace to toast to a special moment and admire city views and the Alps from a 85 metres height.
The terrace can be reached with a Panoramic Lift; in less than one minute, its striking glass booth allows to admire the impressive design of the Museum’s exhibition areas and the dome of the Mole Antonelliana.