Museums & Galleries
Palazzo Reale

Piazza del Duomo 12 Milano
Next to the Duomo, with Medieval origins, it has had many changes during the centuries. Today, it is the location for exhibits and expositions of the most important national and international artists.
Info: +39 02 8846 5230

Getting there
Bus: 54 // Tram: 2 - 3 – 12 – 14 - 15 – 16 – 23 – 24 – 27 // MM 3 Duomo, MM 2 Duomo //BikeMI: 64-Diaz, 102-Arcivescovado

Time
Monday 14:30-19:30, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday: 09:30-19:30, Thursday, Saturday: 09:30-22:30

Triennale

Viale Emilio Alemagna 6 Milano
It is not only the hearth of the Italian design but also the site of important exhibits dedicated to contemporary art, fashion and communication.
viale Emilio Alemagna 6
Info: +39 02 724341
info@triennale.org

Admission: Full 8,00 € // Reduced 6,50 €

NU&MI suggests: after the visit, let’s take an aperitif in one of the innumerable lounge bars in Corso Sempione.


Getting there
Bus: 61 // MM2 Cadorna, MM1 Cadorna // BikeMI 33-Triennale

Time
Tuesday - Sunday 10.30 – 20.30 // Thursday 10.30 - 23.00

Museo del Novecento

Via Marconi 1 Milano
Open in 2010, it collects the most significant works of the last century starting from the avant-garde, passing through the futurism arriving up to the works of the end of the 900th century with the aim of promoting the art and culture of the last century.
Via Marconi 1
info: +39 02 8844 4061
Admission: Full 5,00 € // reduced 3,00 € // Free every day from 2 hours before the closing time and on Tuesday from 2.00 pm

NU&MI suggests: enjoy the visit with your children too and participate to one of the many workshop dedicated to them.


Getting there
Bus 54 // MM1 Duomo, MM3 Duomo // Tram 12, 16, 27 // BikeMI 64 – Diaz

Time
Monday 14.30 – 19.30 // Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 9.30 – 19.30 // Thursday - Saturday 9.30 – 22.30

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

Piazza di S. Maria delle Grazie 2 Milano
The masterpiece is exposed inside the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie. In 1980 it was classified as humanity’s patrimony by UNESCO.

Visite solo su prenotazione.

Piazza di Santa maria delle Grazie 2 Info: +39 02 92800360

Admission: full 8,00 € // reduced 4,75 €.

Noteworthy:
the Last supper is one of the masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci mentioned in the famous book "The Da Vinci Code"


Getting there
Tram: 16 – 18 – 27 // MM1 Conciliazione, MMA1 Cadorna, MM2 Cadorna // BikeMI 51-Santa Maria delle Grazie.

Time
Mar – Dome 8.15 – 19.00 (orario continuato)

Brera Art Gallery

via Brera 28 Milano
Gallery of antic and modern art open in 1776, it contains one of the most important collection of Italian painting from XIII to XX century, between the works there are paintings by Raffaello, Piero della Francesca, Caravaggio and Hayez.

info: +39 02 92800361

Admission: full 9.00 € // reduced 6.00 €

NU&MI suggests: after the tour of the museum, let’s walk between the alleys of the area discovering art galleries and antique stores.


Getting there
MM2 Lanza // Bus: 61 // BikeMi: 57 - Brera.

Time
Tuesday - Saturday 8.30-19.15 // Closed on Monday

Modern Art Gallery (GAM)

via Palestro 16 Milano
Inside Palazzo Belgiojoso, masterpiece of the neoclassicism, fine works from the XVII to the XIX by well-known artists such as Pellizza Da Volpedo, de Chirico, Fontana and Manzoni are exposed.

info: +39 02 88445947

Curiosity: visit the museum with the family because the beautiful English gardens of Palazzo Belgiojoso is accessible only to adults with kids

Admission: full € 5,00 // reduced € 3,00 //free admission every day from 16.30 and on Tuesday from 14.00.

Getting there
MM 1 Palestro // Tram 9

Time
Tuesday– Sunday 9.00 - 13.00 // 14.00 - 17.30

Teatro alla Scala Museum

Piazza della Scala Milano
Next to the famous theatre, the museums collects a splendid collection of customs, stage sketches, composers’ letters, portraits, autographs and antic instruments that make it one of the richest theatrical collection of the world.

Info: +39 02 88 79 1

Noteworthy: in the museum there is also the Livia Simoni Library that presents more than 150.000 books dedicated to the theatrical art (the library is open only on request from 9 to 12.30 and from 14.00 to 17 from Monday to Friday).

Admission: 6,00 €

Getting there
MM1 Duomo, MM3 Duomo // Tram 1 // BikeMI 100 – Palazzo Marino

Time
Every day 9-12.30, 13.30-17.30

Ambrosiana Library and Art Gallery

Piazza Pio XI, 2 Milano
Institution set up in the XVII century, it contains masterpieces by Leonardo Leonardo, Caravaggio, Raffaello, Tiziano, and Botticelli. Moreover, the museum includes important artists of the 600th ,700th and nineteenth-century artists.

Noteworthy: the library keeps the Leonardo da Vinci’s Atlantic Code (Tue –Sun, hours 8.30 – 19.00 , € 10.00)

info: +39 02 806921 - nl@ambrosiana.it

Admission: full 20 €// reduced 15,00 €



Getting there
MM1 Cordusio // Tram 1 // BikeMI 45 - Cantù

Time
Tue - Sun 10.00 - 18.00

PAC

Via Palestro 14 Milano
Expositive space in the hearth of the city and close to the Porta Venezia’s park, dedicated to contemporary art, artistic experimentations and XX and XXI trends.

Info: +39 02 88446359

Admission: full 8,00 € // Reduced 6,50 €.

Noteworthy: PAC is a space for every people with workshops for kids and teenagers.


Getting there
MM1 Palestro, MM3 Turati // Tram: 1 // Bus 94 - 61 // BikeMI: 53 - Palestro 1

Time
Tuesday – Wednesday– Friday – Saturday – Sunday 9.30 – 19.30 // Thursday 9.30 – 22.30

Gallerie d'Italia

Piazza della Scala 6 Milano
Inside historic palaces situated between Piazza della Scala, via Manzoni and via Morone, there is an itinerary among two centuries of Italian art: the eighteenth and the nineteenth century. The collection proposes works by Canova, Hayez, Segantini and Boccioni.

Info: 800 167619 - info@gallerieditalia.com

Admission: free
Good to know: Behind Gallerie d'Italia there is the native house of Alessandro Manzoni, writer, poet and playwright, considered one of the best Italian novelist ever.


Getting there
Tram 1 // MM3 Montenapoleone // BikeMI 100 – Palazzo Marino

Time
Tue - Sun 9.30 – 19.30 // Thu 9.30 - 22.30

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