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This is one of the world's richest collections of arms. The museum was opened in 1837 by King Charles Albert, and occupies part of the Gallery that linked the Royal Palace with Palazzo Madama. The collection contains many types of swords, firearms and armour. There are fine examples of medieval arms, many pieces from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, firearms from the Risorgimento, and Napoleonic arms and relics. Here too are weapons that belonged to the Savoy Kings, not to mention the prestigious collection of oriental arms.
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Piazza Castello 191, Turin
Tuesday to Sunday from 9am to 6.30pm. Closed on Monday. Last admission at 6pm.
Reduced: 6 euro. Unique ticket valid for Galleria Sabauda, Palazzo Reale and Museo di Antichità too. Ticket office is in Palazzo Reale. Free admission the first Sunday of the month.
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