The Historical Museum of the Società Reale Mutua di Assicurazioni is the result of a selection of the most representative documentary material held in the Historical Archive of the Turin company, which has been declared to be of significant historical interest by the Piedmont and Valle d’Aosta Archival Superintendence Office. Having opened in 2007 in Reale Mutua’s historic headquarters, the museum was enlarged and renovated in 2013 to offer a visitor’s path that winds through 8 rooms and is guided, free, engaging, inclusive and accessible to all. Not just papers, but objects, photographs, and films from yesterday and today, with multimedia support, narrate the long history of Reale Mutua. The company was founded in Turin on 31 December 1828 to financially protect the subjects of King Carlo Felice di Savoia from fires. Through policies and rates, passing via the company strategies and strong engagement with the region and with the community, the main points of Italian history are touched on, as well as changes in the way we work, in the tastes and needs of society, in a continuous dialogue with the past, present, and future. Thanks to its many interpretive keys, which make it suitable for every type of visitor, the museum adheres to various national and regional cultural initiatives. It organises workshops and temporary exhibitions and offers a free teaching project to schools, centred on the prevention of and protection against risks, with many references to key insurance concepts.

Via Garibaldi, 22 - 10122 Torino (TO), Piemonte, Italia
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