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Guided Tour of Museo d`Arte Orientale

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Witness a fascinating range of historic sculptures and art from South Asia, the Far East, and Islamic countries at the Museo d’Arte!


  • Skip-the-line on this guided visit and explore the museum’s collection of over 2200 exhibits from various parts of Asia.
  • Visit each of the five cultural areas (exhibition spaces) within the Museo d’Arte Orientale.
  • Marvel at exquisitely chiseled statues from Gandhara in the South Asia section.
  • Head to the Himalayan section and admire works of Tibetan Buddhist paintings and statues.
  • Be awestruck by exhibits that date back to the end of the neolithic period (3000 BC).
  • Examine several medieval manuscripts, velvets, and glazed tiles from the Middle East.


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Cancellation policy

You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Fascinating Settings

The Museum of Oriental Art, situated in a 18th-century palazzo inside Turin, houses one of the largest collections of cultural artifacts from across the continent of Asia. From Turkey to the Far East, the museum has a collection of about 2200 pieces of art from various eras in Asian history. Besides all the paintings, sculptures, and other intriguing exhibits, the museum also accommodates two Japanese rock gardens in the courtyard on the ground floor.

Insightful Art

As you enter the museum, you will find that the building itself is divided into five interlinked exhibition spaces that represent the five cultural hotspots of Asia - South Asia, China, Japan, the Himalayan Region, and the Middle East. Each of these areas of the museum is a joy to explore. The South Asian, Chinese, and Himalayan sections have a particularly impressive range of sculptures. Some of the neolithic ceramics and terracotta artifacts in the Chinese gallery date all the way back to 3000 BC! The paintings and ritual instruments from the Himalayan and Japanese galleries, which are visibly inspired by Buddhist culture and beliefs, are interesting to inspect. The ceramics, glazed tiles, and fine velvets in the gallery of Islamic art are also fascinating to examine.

Important Information

  • Option of a guided tour is also available with these entry tickets.
  • Free wheelchairs are available at the entrance. Guests requiring wheelchairs must contact the museum in advance to inform the staff about the requirement.
  • Audioguides in both English and Italian are available at the ticket office.
  • Small pets are permitted inside the museum if they are confined in a pet carrier.
  • Guide dogs for the blind and visually impaired are allowed.
  • Luggage lockers and coat storage is available in the museum’s unsupervised cloakroom near the entrance hall.
  • There are several emergency exits throughout the museum. The emergency exits on the ground floor are accessible to people with motor disabilities.
  • A lift to reach the multipurpose hall is available on the ground floor.
  • The museum lift is equipped with braille buttons and the toilet facilities comply with requirements for guests with motor disabilities.
  • During special events and public holidays, the museum’s opening and closing time may be subject to alterations.


  • Tue - Sun: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • The ticket office closes one hour before the museum closing time. All exhibitions will close 10 minutes prior to the Museum closing time.
  • Free admission is offered to the ‘permanent collections’ on the first Tuesday of each month, as long as it is not a public holiday.
  • Your voucher will be emailed to you shortly.
  • Please display your mobile voucher along with a valid photo ID at the ticket redemption point.
  • Kindly ensure that you arrive 10-15 minutes before the start time of your experience to avoid any delays.

Meeting Point

Getting There

By Bus

  • The nearest bus stop is Porta Palazzo Sud, It is a quick 4 minute walk to the Meeting point.
  • Board buses 11,19,27,51 and more to get you there.

By Tram

  • The nearest tram stop is Duomo - Musei Reali, It is a quick 6 minute walk to the Meeting point.
  • Board trams 4 and 7 to get you there.
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