Temple Hall - CineVR 1 and 2
A new Museum' area dedicated to virtual reality
A renewed set-up, a new area dedicated to virtual reality, produced in partnership with Rai Cinema, CineVR is the first Italian permanent movie theatre completely dedicated to VR which features a non-stop daily programme...
Saturday 8 October 2022 - Mole Antonelliana
Saturday 8 October 2022 the National Museum of Cinema will close early at 18.00 - last admission at 17.00.
Panoramic Lift opening hours (9.00-19.00) will not change.
Mole Antonelliana - Until 26 September 2022
On the occasion of Dario Argento - The Exhibit, the May 2022 issue of “Linus” magazine hosts a special insert, IL GUARDIANO DEI NOSTRI INCUBI / The Guardian of Our Nightmares, dedicated to the Roman director. Some of Italy’s best-known...
Summer 2022 - Mole Antonelliana
The National Museum of Cinema will be regularly open throughout the summer period.
On Monday 15 August (Ferragosto) and Tuesday 16 August, both the museum and the panoramic lift will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
From 16 June 2022
We would like to inform the public that, in compliance with anti-Covid restrictions, a FFP2 mask must be worn to access the Panoramic Lift. It is strongly advised to wear the mask in the Museum, too.
Mole Antonelliana - Thursday 12 and Monday 16 May 2022
Thursday 12 May 2022 the National Museum of Cinema and the Panoramic Lift will close early, at 2 p.m. Last admission at 1 p.m.
Monday 16 May 2022 the National...
We would like to inform the public that, in compliance with anti-Covid restrictions, a FFP2 mask must be worn to access the Museum and the Panoramic Lift.
Mole Antonelliana - 6 April 2022 > 16 January 2023
The National Museum of Cinema and Solares Fondazione delle Arti present the first major exhibition dedicated to a master of cinema: the director, screenwriter and producer Dario Argento (Rome, 1940). DARIO ARGENTO - THE EXHIBIT...
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