Lavazza Museum

Training and educational activities


The Lavazza Museum has a range of educational and training activities designed for all schooling levels and for people with motor, sensory and cognitive impairments, with a special focus on museum accessibility thanks to training projects that value differences.

The educational programme is built on interaction between the Museum and the region, with a special focus on sensory experiences, sustainability, communication and inter-culturalism.

This makes the Museum a family-friendly, dynamic and flexible space, a place to come together to share and exchange experiences, developing new forms of social relations and active citizenship.

4 subject areas to discover coffee in a variety of forms and tastes

1 workshop
Coffee and the senses
3 workshops
4 workshops
Communication and advertising: 4 Workshops
3 workshops
Urban history and archaeology

Activities for families

In addition to themed workshops, the Lavazza Museum organises special family days with creative workshops, activities and games that can be enjoyed in the garden area, the Piazza, or the Nuvola Atrium depending on the season.


Temporary exhibits

The temporary exhibits, which mainly take place in the Nuvola Atrium, are a showcase for the Lavazza Museum to display the wealth held in its archives, from the historic picture cards and legendary products to collaborations with international designers and chefs.

Contact details and information

Lavazza Museum

Via Bologna 32 – 10152, TURIN

Open from Wednesday to Sunday, 10:00 – 18:00


For group bookings


Write to:

Tel. 011 2179621 (from Monday to Friday, 10:00 to 18:00)


Prices for schoolchildren

Book a day trip with your students

Lavazza Museum


ADMISSION + GUIDED TOUR: €5 (approx. 45/60 minutes)

ADMISSION WITH TOUR AND WORKSHOP: €7 (approx. 1 hour 30 minutes)

Admission is free for up to two group leaders

At the end of the activities, participants will get to keep all the material they created during the workshop.


To make a booking, please send an email to:

Archaeological Area


ADMISSION WITH TOUR AND WORKSHOP: €7 (approx. 1 hour 30 minutes)

Groups must consist of a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 26 participants. The area is not accessible to people with motor impairments.