Gallerie d'Italia Milan
The Gallerie d’Italia – Milan is a museum that houses a rich collection of artworks from the nineteenth century in the beautiful Anguissola and Brentani palaces overlooking Via Manzoni and Piazza della Scala in Milan. The collection includes 197 outstanding artworks (135 from Fondazione Cariplo’s collection and 62 from Banca Intesa’s collection).
Alongside the permanent exhibitions, Milan’s Gallerie d’Italia offers temporary exhibitions staged in accordance with original scientific projects, thanks to loans and exchanges with major national and international museum institutions.
In addition to being a museum space, the Gallerie d’Italia - Milan represent a point of reference in the cultural life of the territory with a rich agenda of events, such as conferences, study days, book presentations and poetry readings; also intense the teaching activity dedicated to children and older people, which has involved, free of charge, thousands of children and young people from the territory’s schools.
Thanks to MilanoCard, you can discover Gallerie d'Italia with a 20% discount on the entrance ticket.
WHERE: Piazza della Scala 6, Milan
WHEN: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9:30 am - 7:30 pm, Thursday 9:30 am - 10:30 pm, closed on Mondays [we suggest you always check opening time also on the Museum official website]
TICKETS: 10€ (full price), 8€ (reduced price for MilanoCard holders)
WITH MILANOCARD: 8€