160 years from the Unification of Italy, the ideals of the past
are the ideals of the present. Today more than ever.
The Risorgimento is here and now, and we are all part of it.
A new Risorgimento
160 years ago, Italy was being unified and this year the National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento regenerates its image.
From the collaboration with the students of IED in Turin, a new visual identity, a turning point towards a future filled by projects, was born. Are you ready for a new Risorgimento?
From Friday 6 August to access the Museum it will be necessary to present the Green Pass
In compliance with the measures provided for by the D.L. 105 of 23 July 2021, starting from 6 August 2021, access to the Museum is allowed only to persons holding one of the COVID-19 green certifications. Visitors must therefore present themselves at the Museum with a Green Pass in paper or digital format which will be verified by the reception staff. These provisions do not apply to subjects excluded from the vaccination campaign by age (under 12 years old) and to exempt subjects who will present suitable medical certification.
The Museum is open!
The Museum is open every day (except for Monday’s) from 10 am to 6 pm. Come and visit us!
The National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento, host of the first Italian Parliament, is in Turin, inside Palazzo Carignano, and boasts remarkable and unique collections.
Palazzo Carignano was designed by architect Guarino Guarini and became a symbol for the Risorgimento and a strategic place for the Unification of Italy.
To be continued...
To be continued… the National Museum of Italian Risorgimento does not stop here. Discover conferences, interviews, learning digital activities and much more.
Many activities and projects help to remember the years that changed Italian history, but safely. Let’s unfold the wings of Risorgimento!
History is always modern
The people that inspired the Risorgimento’s years can give us, even today, the urge to look forward and deepen the unity of our country.
Everything changes, but the values that made Risorgimento a crucial period are still with us.