In September another interesting object appeared on the map of Italy’s coffee sights. The Coffee Museum in Turin is an ultra-modern building with five large halls. At the entrance, each visitor receives a cup of espresso to activate multimedia exhibits. An exciting journey through the Museum allows you to learn more about the history of coffee and how to make it, as well as the oldest Italian coffee company. And of course, to feast eyes on the old models of coffee machines.
Especially pleasant part of the visit to the Museum is a tasting session. Every guest may enjoy two drinks – from classic and special menu. For example, espresso and coffee cocktail. The Museum is open from Wednesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm. Ticket price for adults is 10 euros. For persons under 26 and over 65 years – 8 euros.