Specialty Museums in Milan

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Specialty Museums in Milan

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  • John S
    5 contributions
    We were very impressed on our visit. The building itself and the works inside are equally impressive.
    Written November 22, 2021
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  • mirunavrn
    Bucharest, Romania199 contributions
    The museum is hosted in a big space, within a few buildings. It has various exhibitions, from trains and ships to nuclear energy and, of course, a Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition. It is super interesting to see the genius of Da Vinci and part of the machines and mechanisms he conceptualised.
    Written December 25, 2021
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  • K-mtsk
    Athens, Greece201 contributions
    This place is like a modern diamond!We spent almost 1,5 h there and we came out full of beautiful pictures in our mind!It covers every aspect of the modern art!Is like a huge exhibition you can’t miss if you are fond of art! Spotted next to Piazza del Duomo which gives you the opportunity to visit it when you are there!Plus in the 3rd floor you will find a huge window with a spectacular view of Duomo (Best photo spot!) One of the best museums I’ve ever visited!Book online your tickets!
    Written December 14, 2021
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  • Laurent_Ferry
    Gavirate, Italy4 contributions
    Nice showroom of Armani, to discover the Italian fashion, even if you are not a fan of Armani. It's not too long, enough to have a good knowledge of this artist.
    Written February 26, 2020
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  • Alessandro F
    Milan, Italy25,617 contributions
    Beautiful location for a civil wedding, inside the Royal Palace at the ground floor after the courtyard there’s this mirrors hall dedicated to civil wedding
    Written April 15, 2021
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  • Marieka86
    United Kingdom265 contributions
    Worth visiting if you're at all interested in opera or La Scala history. I couldn't figure out any clear progression/organisation to the artefacts but the touchscreens in each room were an easy to use and interesting source of information on each of them. There's also a museum mobile phone app that looks well designed, but I couldn't follow where it was referring to in the museum so simply used the touchscreens.
    Written January 27, 2020
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  • M M
    London, United Kingdom41 contributions
    Great building, friendly staff. Mostly an empty space but overall a pleasant visit. Very difficult to find it.
    Written November 28, 2021
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  • @kimler67
    San Diego, CA3 contributions
    Stefano was kind and shared lots of information as it pertains to the Colosseum, forum and the Pantheon. Disappointed the Pantheon was closed due to a church service, but nothing Stefano could control
    Written May 18, 2022
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  • GAN L
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia8,696 contributions
    We discovered Leonardo , the artist and inventor. We saw the digital restoration of the Last Supper. We also saw the codices of Leonardo in virtual format on display. As the great inventor, Leonardo's machines are on five main areas - flight, hydraulical and mechanical engineering, the war machines and architecture. Incidentally, 2019 marks the quincentenary of Leonardo's death and the museum is taking part in that celebration.
    Written February 19, 2020
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  • Fares Kewan
    76 contributions
    If you are acmilan fans you must visit the casa milan .when enter the musuem you fell huge emotion that can'tbe describe . You can see allthe cups the club wins, all the greatest players , also canbuy some t shirt at the milan store .
    Written August 31, 2021
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  • Alessandro F
    Milan, Italy25,617 contributions
    Beautiful palace inside the Montanelli Park, the neoclassical palace was built in 1838 to collect the donation of Giuseppe de Cristoforis (1803-1837) a naturalist and collector .
    Inside the museum you can see five permanent sections: Mineralogy, Paleontology, Anthropology, Invertebrated Zoology and Vertebrate Zoology .
    The museum offers to you the largest Italian collection of dioramas , a three-dimensional full size or miniature model of life during centuries
    Written September 29, 2020
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  • marblesheep
    26 contributions
    Interesting exhibitions but it was sad that most texts were only in Italian. I suggest you get the ticket for all exhibitions, totally worth the money. Especially the exhibition of Italian Design was wonderful!
    Written April 21, 2022
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  • Stephanie & Anthony
    Lincoln, UK526 contributions
    What a great museum, virtually all the areas have English translations. The museum itself gives the background on milan over several points in its history; roman, Etruricsian, med, milanese 18th, it also has sections on Egyptian and greek.

    Worth a visit
    Written October 4, 2020
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  • Romy
    144 contributions
    One of my favorite museums in the city. Entry is very cheap and there is a lot to see! Especially loved the works by Angelo Marbelli and the Induno Brothers. Also lovely to see more of Francesco Hayez. Aside from a variety of paintings by both italian and international artists (was very surprised by the van Gogh), the museum is filled with may sculptures. Also recommend checking out the garden next to the mansion.
    Written August 30, 2019
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  • gca279
    Milan, Italy16 contributions
    Don't know whether the emotions emerging from visiting the exhibition "La Milano degli anni Sessanta" (Milan in the sixties) is the same for everyone or is highly touching for native of this city only. The fact is that visitors are projected in a world that recals people's youth, in another dimension and spirit. Go there and let you be transported in a past innocent dream.
    Written December 29, 2019
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