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#2 of 11 things to do in Venaria Reale
#3 of 11 things to do in Venaria Reale
As a former royal residence of the Savoy Royal family, the Reggia di Venaria great both in size and in beauty.
A great place to visit with kids, you can spend hours in the place.
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Museo Nazionale del Cinema Turin 5.4 mi away
#2 of 463 things to do in Turin
And, like most Italian museums of all kinds, it's a very hands on education, with lots of interactive exhibits, movie sets and props, and devices to keep kids and adults intrigued and entertained.
Beautiful view from the top and wonderful cinematic collection that entertains both adult and children.
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Egyptian Museum of Turin Turin 5.2 mi away
#1 of 463 things to do in Turin
... a child and what a surprise to find a completely different excellent museum : the building is beautiful, the location great, the collection superb but above all the audioguide for families is so well prepared.
It was fabulous with displays and descriptions on a timeline and great audio, including a tour that appeals to kids! Was amazing to see things that are 6000 years old!
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Piazza San Carlo Turin 5.2 mi away
#12 of 463 things to do in Turin
Piazza San Carlo is an example of the new baroque extension of the city implemented by the Savoy family in the 17th century.
It comes alive in the evening, with children playing around, mothers with strolleys, musicians playing their instruments.
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Juventus Stadium Turin 1.7 mi away
#8 of 463 things to do in Turin
The most amazing football stadium in the world Family & kids friendly place The atmosphere is amazing Well organized & very clean The food was great Players love being there
The admosphere in and around the stadium is family friendly and the complex incorporates the Juventus Museum (a must to visit) and the recently opened J Medical (a medical centre).
Piazza Castello Turin 5.1 mi away
#15 of 463 things to do in Turin
In the part in front of Palazzo Madama, beautiful fountains with simple jets are the delight of children (and some adults) in the summer.. Impossible to miss..
A really great place for the family walk.
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Parco del Valentino Turin 5.9 mi away
#20 of 463 things to do in Turin
It includes Borogo Medievale a fale medieval city (but very nice) and Castello Valentino (A Savoia family palace) you als could see river, arch of artillery and nice walking
Lots going on there from the river itself to kids play areas to seniors meeting places to lots of very pleasant cafes.
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I toretti Turin 5.2 mi away
#16 of 463 things to do in Turin
And share it with your friends and family all over the world :-)
Mole Antonelliana Turin 5.4 mi away
#23 of 463 things to do in Turin
We absolutely loved this place, we have two kids 6 and 7 and they had a blast, we started with the film museum which has a very informative layout starting from the beginning of shadows and puppets to modern day f...
The facilities are very welcoming to wheel chair users and family friendly with toilets, baby changing facilities and breast feeding places.
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Colline di Torino Turin 6.4 mi away
#10 of 463 things to do in Turin
#13 of 463 things to do in Turin
If you live cars it's a no-brainier, if you love Italian cars your in for a treat, and it's layout and presentation is brilliant, good for kids and the wife too ;-) The restaurant is worth visiting too, good value.
For men, women and children, the museum offers a variety of automobiles and a stroll through the history.
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Piazza Carignano Turin 5.1 mi away
#24 of 463 things to do in Turin
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#25 of 463 things to do in Turin
A very well directed tour, very informative and highly exciting, it`s a must for every Juve fan, we had young children with us and they enjoyed every minute.
Lots of details to appreciate, although my children were racing ahead to the current stuff.
Metropolitana di Torino Turin 5.3 mi away
#28 of 463 things to do in Turin
The kids loved it and a tip is to sit in the front since you can Watch the ride throuhg a glasswindow.
Piazza Carlo Alberto Turin 5.2 mi away
#32 of 463 things to do in Turin
Armeria Reale Turin 5.0 mi away
#14 of 463 things to do in Turin
The arsenal is connected to the royal palace, so no additional ticket is required and the kids are even free (just one more example how children friendly Italy is).
#40 of 463 things to do in Turin
the church is also one of the thre sites where Savoy family member are buried (other ones are Hautecombe in France and Pantheon in Rome)
The tram is vintage and the kids loved it.
Museo Pietro Micca Turin 4.5 mi away
#7 of 463 things to do in Turin
1.5 hors guided private tour for €6 (2 adults + 3 kids) is definitely the best price ever.
Kids loved the tunnels.
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Via Po Turin 5.3 mi away
#39 of 463 things to do in Turin
Lined up with important buildings, home in the past at least to noble families, it is an ideal place for strolling.
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Borgo Medievale Turin 6.4 mi away
#41 of 463 things to do in Turin
You can walk in free, the castle visit is paid, but only the open area is enough for good photos and see kids having fun.
Located in the grounds of Valentino Park, visited with family on a public holiday, was reasonably busy on a lovely day....it really was like travelling back in time....everything looks so authentic, I guess it is...
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Basilica of Superga Province of Turin, Italy 7.6 mi away
#36 of 1,013 things to do in Province of Turin
The monastery also leads to the royal apartments , a prestigious spot for the royal family to visit the basilica.
One must visit the lavish tombs of the Savoy Family.
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Palazzo Reale Turin 5.0 mi away
#22 of 463 things to do in Turin
This palace, originally constructed in the 16th century and remodeled at various stages in its history, provides a brilliant glimpse of the opulence and wealth of the royal families of Piedmont and Savoy.
The Royal Palace home to the former Royal Family the Savoys Very rich and ornate in the French style The Royal Armoury is also a very interesting visit.
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#11 of 463 things to do in Turin
The altarpiece has at its centre Our Lady with child suffused with light above earthly matters with beseeching supplicants at the lowest level.
Parco Generale dalla Chiesa Collegno 3.9 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Collegno
Museo Polo Reale Turin 5.0 mi away
#18 of 463 things to do in Turin