The Istituto Luce Cinecittà extends its cultural offer, reopening the Museum and exhibitions 6 days a week with a new calendar of special tours and foreign language tours.
From Monday 22 June, Cinecittà Shows Off and MIAC – Italian Museum of Moving Images will once again open all week (excluding Tuesdays) to welcome the return of visitors intent on exploring the Studios and the displays of set designs, original costumes and permanent open-air sets.
In addition, from 4 July, the special tour schedule will include guided tours of the permanent open-air sets of Ancient Rome, Florence in the 1400s and the Temple of Jerusalem in English every Saturday at 11 am.
With all the hallmarks of a summer festival, “In the Summer Light” invites everyone to discover the history and the people behind the temple to cinema while enjoying Cinecittà in the open air.
GUIDED TOURS IN LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ITALIAN
The sets: from Jerusalem to Florence in 1400s
Guided tours in English – every Saturday in July at 11.00 am
A guided tour created for Cinecittà’s English-speaking visitors. Travel through time on the tour of the three permanent open-air sets of Ancient Rome, Florence in the 1400s and the Temple of Jerusalem to find out more about the history of cinema and the great productions that made Cinecittà famous as the Dream Factory.