The Museo Egizio is a museum in Turin, Italy, specialising in Egyptian archaeology and anthropology. It houses the world's second largest collections of Egyptian antiquities after Cairo.
The museum was, in 2013, the eighth of the most visited sites in Italy, with 540,297 visitors and a total income of Euro 1,698,350.50
It is recently renovated and the result is very satisfying, according to the visitors.
This is its impressive entrance ticket office.