Museum of the Risorgimento tickets

Museum of the Risorgimento tickets

Availability: Tuesday - Sunday
Printed ticket only
Duration: up to 24 hours
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  • A chronological journey through Italian history from 1796 to 1870
  • From Napoleon's first campaign to the capture of Rome
  • Prints, paintings, sculptures, drawings, weapons and memorabilia showcased across 15 halls
  • Buy tickets online to skip the line at the entrance
What to expect

A chronological journey through Italian history, from Napoleon Bonaparte's first campaign in 1796 to the annexation of Rome to the Kingdom of Italy in 1870. The Museum of the Risorgimento in Milan retraces these milestones through prints, paintings, sculptures, drawings, weapons, and memorabilia scattered across 15 themed rooms, in addition to two rooms used for temporary exhibitions.

The museum originated from a number of artefacts and documents which were brought together in Milan for the 1884 Italian Exhibition in Turin. After the event these relics were brought back to Milan and transferred to the great hall of Porta Venezia's Public Gardens, where the Museum of the Risorgimento was inaugurated in 1886. In 1896 the exhibition venue was transferred to the Rocchetta rooms at the Sforza Castle. In 1943, because of the bombings that struck the castle, the museum was moved to Casa Manzoni. Finally, in 1950, the exhibition was transferred to Moriggia Palace, where it remains today.

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What's included
  • Skip-the-line ticket for the museum
  • Agency fee
Reduced price
  • Reduced: visitors over 65 years old, University and Academy students
  • Free: children and kids up to 18 years old

Museo del Risorgimento
Via Borgonuovo 23, 20121 Milano

What to remember
  • Not refundable, not exchangeable tickets

The price breakdown is as follows:

  • Standard price: €5 + TicketOne booking fee 1.5€ + agency commission 2.5€
  • Reduced: €3 + TicketOne booking fee 1.50€ + agency commission 2.5€
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  • Tuesday - Sunday: 9am - 1pm / 2pm - 5.30pm
  • Closed on Monday
  • Last admission half an hour before closing time
  • Free admission every day during the last opening hour and every Tuesday from 2pm
  • Free admission every first Sunday of the month
  • Closing days: August 15, December 25 and 26, January 1, May 1
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Booking fee
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Cancellation policy
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