The La Scala Theatre Museum

The La Scala Theatre Museum is one of Milan’s most important museums. It was founded in 1913 in the city’s historic La Scala Theatre in Milan, and preserves the history of theatre through its collection of instruments, portraits, busts, clothing and documents. From the halls of the museum, you can also admire the theatre itself,…

San Sepolcro – Crypt of Leonardo

After 50 years re-open the Crypt of Leonardo the ancient underground Church of Milan . Realized around the XI century was the original center of the city where the cardo cross the decumano. Another great opportunity to discover the underground of Milan at a breathtaking place. The floor is original of romanic period and XI century…

Official Museum of AC Milan

Discover the new head office and the official museum of AC Milan thanks to MilanoCard, an exhibition which tells the story of the team, through trophies and memorabilia of the Rossoneri. The museum was strongly supported by the team’s vice president, Barbara Berlusconi, and designed by Fabio Novembre. Casa Milan is an exhibition that allows…

Armani Silos

Discover the Armani Silos, the museum of Giorgio Armani. Thanks to MilanoCard save 30% off on your ticket. To celebrate the 40 years of his career, Giorgio Armani decided to open a museum about history of his collections. Armani Silos opened to public on April 30th, the day before the opening of Expo 2015. Giorgio…

Gallerie d’Italia

Intesa Sanpaolo always interprets its commitment in the field of art and culture as a real assumption of “social responsibility”, belief that a banking company of national importance should contribute to the growth of their country from an economic, cultural and civil point of view.  At this philosophy was responsible for the birth of the…

Branca Tower Milan

Designed by Gio Ponti, the Branca Tower is considered to be a true work of art, “where modern architecture and new techniques find common ground.” Slender and transparent, a true architectural challenge, it was constructed in record time, just two-and-a-half months in 1933, for the V Triennial Exhibition, together with six large temporary “isolated arches”,…