The Museo Diffuso della Resistenza, della Deportazione, della Guerra, dei Diritti e della Libertà has a name as long and complex as the transformations – cultural, economic, social – of the period it aims to represent. Open to the public on May 30, 2003 on the initiative of the City of Turin, it is dedicated to communicating the history and memory of the values ​​of the Resistance, which it aims to keep alive by connecting them with a reflection on the fundamental rights and freedoms of the person.
It is an unconventional museum that uses original and innovative exhibition languages. In the permanent exhibition, for example, an interactive multimedia path takes the visitor on a virtual journey of Turin in the decade that goes from the approval of the anti-Jewish norms of 1938 to the promulgation of the Republican Constitution of 1948.
It is also a “widespread” museum that includes and enhances the places of memory present in the city fabric, offering the public the opportunity to grasp the close relationship between history and territory.