MILAN

The Museum of Cultures of Milan is a center dedicated to the interdisciplinary research on the world cultures. Taking inspirations from the civic ethnographic collections and in partnership with our communities, we intend to create a place where to dialogue on contemporary themes by the medium of visual, performing and sound art, design and costume. (Via: Mudec)

Open: Daily

Admission

Full Rate | € 5.00

Reduced | € 3.00 

The Museum of Milan, on the first floor of Palazzo Morando Attendolo Bolognini, is divided into two distinct museum paths: the Pinacoteca which includes the rooms towards the inner courtyard of the building, and the 18th-century rooms of the Morando Attendolo Bolognini apartment overlooking via Sant'Andrea. The Pinacoteca preserves an important iconographic collection that illustrates the transformations of the urban fabric and the main manifestations of public and private life in the city of Milan between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries. (Via: Morando)

Closed: Mondays

Admission

Full Rate | € 5.00

Reduced | € 3.00 

Under 18 | Free

The Galleries of Piazza Scala are housed in a unique architectural complex of palaces, courtyards and gardens in the heart of Milan. Symbols themselves of the history of the city, these palaces were designed by the most important Italian architects between the late eighteenth and early twentieth century. The building that was the historical headquarters of the Banca Commerciale Italiana , overlooking Piazza della Scala and designed by Luca Beltrami between 1906 and 1911, houses a selection of the twentieth century works of the Intesa Sanpaolo collection , presented in rotation with thematic installations that are renewed cyclically, as part of the exhibition project Cantiere del '900. (Via: Scala)

Closed: Mondays

Admission

Full Rate | € 5.00

Reduced | € 3.00 

Under 18 | Free

The museum, rearranged in the spring of 2009 , preserves some of the most significant works of the Italian Risorgimento, documenting in an exemplary way, through paintings, sculptures and relics, on one hand the main events that led to the unification of Italy, on the other most significant exponents of nineteenth-century Italian historical painting.

(Via: Risorgimento)

Closed: Mondays

Admission

Full Rate | € 5.00

Reduced | € 3.00 

Under 18 | Free

La Triennale di Milano is a design and art museum in the Parco Sempione in Milan, in Lombardy in northern Italy. It is housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte, which was designed by Giovanni Muzio and built between 1931 and 1933; construction was financed by Antonio Bernocchi and his brothers Andrea and Michele.The Milan Triennial, an international exhibition of art and design, was held at the museum thirteen times between 1936 and 1996, and – after a break of twenty years – again in 2016. A permanent museum of Italian design, the Trienniale Design Museum, was opened in 2007. (Via: Triennale)

Closed: Mondays

Admission

Full Rate | €9,00

Reduced | €7,50 

Kids 6-14 | €3,00

What makes the Galleria d'Arte Moderna of Milan internationally known is the value of the works exhibited and preserved in its rooms: Francesco Hayez, Pompeo Marchesi, Andrea Appiani, Tranquillo Cremona, Giovanni Segantini, Federico Faruffini, Giuseppe Pellizza from Volpedo, Antonio Canova , Daniele Ranzoni, Medardo Rosso, Gaetano Previati are some of the important artists present, undisputed protagonists of the Milanese and Italian History of Art. Their works represent the art in the making of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, in particular that which began by the Brera Academy to establish itself beyond the national borders. (Via: GAM)

Closed: Mondays

Admission

Full Rate | € 5.00

Reduced | € 3.00 

Under 18 | Free

Thanks to generous donations (over a thousand objects in the last fifty years), the Poldi Pezzoli Museum has now one of the most refined collections in Europe. In the unique atmosphere of the refurbished rooms, paintings of great Masters coexist with furnishings and decorative artworks of outstanding artistic quality. New areas were created: the Armour Room and the Jewellery Room. The museum, which its founder wanted "for public use and benefit", continues to fulfil its original purpose: to be a service for the community. (Via: Pezzoli)

Closed: Tuesdays

Admission

Adult | €10,00

Over 65 | €7,00

11-18 years, students | €4,50

School groups | €3,00

The Museo del Novecento, located inside the Palazzo dell’Arengario in Piazza del Duomo, hosts a collection of over four thousand works that catalyze the development of 20th century Italian art. The Museo del Novecento was established on 6 December 2010 with the goal of spreading knowledge of 20th century art and offering a more comprehensive insight into the collections that the city of Milan has inherited over time. Beside its core exhibition activity, the Museum is active in the conservation, investigation and promotion of 20th century Italian cultural and artistic heritage with the final aim of reaching an ever wider audience. (Via: Novecento)

Open: Daily

Admission

Regular | €10,00

Reduced | €8,00

Brera become a museum to host the most important works of art from all of the areas conquered by the French armies. So unlike other important museums in Italy such as the Uffizi, Brera did not start out life as the private collection of a prince or nobleman but as the product of a deliberate policy decision. The Brera Gallery was officially established in 1809, even though a first heterogeneous collection with educational purpose existed already from 1776 – and then increased in the following years – alongside the Accademia di Belle Arti, requested by Mary Therese of Austria to offer the students the opportunity to study lofty masterpieces of art close up. (Via: Brera)

Closed: Mondays

Admission

General | €10,00

Reduced | €7,00

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