The University museums

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Museo d'Anatomia - Copyright Università degli Studi di Torino

  • Museum of Human Anatomy “L. Rolando”, Corso M. d’Azeglio, 52 - Torino 

Here collections of anatomical preparations and instruments are associated with models in wax, wood, ivory, oil on canvas and marble busts. They are representative of the intimate relationship between art and science, which characterized the tradition of anatomical studies.
Open from Monday to Saturday 10 – 18

  • Museum of Criminal Anthropology “C. Lombroso”, Via P. Giuria, 15 - Torino
    Created by Cesare Lombroso in 1876, its aim was to celebrate the nowadays obsolete “lombrosism” and its central role in positivistic culture at the end of the 19th century. The museum is highly interdisciplinary: criminology, anatomy, psychiatry, anthropology, linguistics, … 
    Open from Monday to Saturday 10 – 18

Museo della Frutta - Copyright Università degli Studi di Torino

  • Fruit Museum “Francesco Garnier Valletti”, Via P. Giuria, 15 – Torino 

The heart and centre of this museum is an extraordinary pomological collection by Francesco Garnier Valletti, consisting of thousands of varieties of apples, pears, peaches, apricots, plums, grapes and more. The collection develops within the context of research applied to agriculture in Turin between the 19th and 20th centuries. 
Open from Monday to Saturday 10 – 18 

Orto botanico - Copyright Università degli Studi di Torino
You can also visit:

  •  the Botanic Garden, viale P. A. Mattioli, 25 Torino
    open from Monday to Sunday 9 am- 1 pm; 3 pm- 7 pm. Guided tours only
  • the University of Torino Historical Archive, via Verdi, 8 Torino
    open from Monday to Friday 9 am- 1 pm.