- Discover the history and collections of the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum
- Visit one of Europe's best-preserved museum houses in the heart of the Montenapoleone district
- The ticket includes the audio guide and access to temporary exhibitions
Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is a museum house, the product of an extraordinary late 19th-century collecting adventure with two brothers as protagonists: barons Fausto and Giuseppe Bagatti Valsecchi. In the 1880s, the two brothers decided to refurbish their family residence in the heart of Milan: a mansion between Via Gesù and Via Santo Spirito, now in the heart of the fashion district.
Simultaneously, the two brothers began collecting paintings and applied art artifacts dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries. The goal was to display them in their family residence and create a space inspired by 16th-century Lombard homes. An incredibly contemporary project, not the least for the brothers' desire to endow their residence with anything that might be considered futuristic at that time - heating, running water and electric light - while blending it with the highest elegance. Open to the public since 1994, the house is today a fascinating museum, enlivened by numerous cultural initiatives that may extend beyond the usual opening hours.
- Audio guide (available in Italian, English, Chinese, French, Japanese, German, Russian)
- Access to temporary exhibitions
- Reduced price and conventions
- On Wednesdays
- University students with ID (badge)
- Adults over 65
- Children and teenagers between 6 and 18
- Free entry
- Children up to and including 5 years of age
- Assistants accompanying people with disabilities
- Friends of the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum
Via Gesù, 5, 20121 Milan (MI), Italy
Bagatti Valsecchi Museum
- How to reach the Museum: Metro line 3 Montenapoleone station | Metro line 1 San Babila station| Bus 54, 61 San Babila bus stop | Bus 94 Piazza Cavour bus stop | Tram 1 via Manzoni tram stop | BikeMi station 80 - Manzoni | Parking lots in via San Pietro all'Orto and in via Marina
- Prices are as follows:
- Full price €9 + €1.50 reservation fee
- Reduced price €6 + €1.50 reservation fee
- Children and teenagers (aged 6-18) €2 + €1.00 reservation fee
- Tuesday-Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
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