The bell tower
The bell tower was built between 1469 and 1470 thanks to the will of the Bishop John of Compey, and it was raised in 1722 by the famous architect Filippo Juvarra.


From the top of the tower, more than 130 ft. high, you may see important monuments and buildings of the town: the Roman Gates (Torri palatine), the Roman theatre, the cathedral, the palaces of the Royal House of Savoy, the Holy Shroud chapel dome and the Antonelli’s Mole.
The Royal Pole
Cultural, religious and politic history of Turin lives again in the intertwined cultural paths of the Royal Pole (the Royal Palace and its gardens, the Royal Armoury, the Royal Library, the Galleria Sabauda, the Museum of Antiquities and the Chiablese Palace) and of the Cathedral Pole (the Diocesan Museum, the bell tower and the cathedral).


Visiting Time
Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays
9.30 a.m. – 6.00 p.m.
For groups: it is possible to book tours in the other days of the week
Tactile path for blind visitors.
Climb to the bell tower
 Didactic services by copat
Tel. 011 4400155

Museo Diocesano di Torino
Piazza San Giovanni, Torino
Tel. 011 5156408 - Fax 011 5156409
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