Inaugurated in 1994, the Museum tells the history of gas - from the era of its production for the coking process up to the advent of methane - and all its uses, from lighting to heating and to cooking.


By exhibiting collections ranging from the precision instruments of scientific laboratories to technical tools, which have characterised the history of lighting and heating, our Museum can accompany visitors through the history of gas and of Italy.


In 2008, on transfer of the Museum to our Turin office, we enhanced the exhibits with multimedia and interactive elements.

Among the initiatives of 2018, it is worth mentioning the first collaboration with the Opera Barolo of Turin taking part in the "Beyond the journey... Giulia and Tancredi to discover Europe” exhibition, showing an old gas lamp and the model of the nineteenth-century Officina Gas in London and the Festival of Italian Archives that ended last June with "The Night of Archives", an evening during which a large part of the city archives and some museums were opened to the public.

Of note among the different initiatives relating to our business culture are:

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