Fondazione PradaCurrently Closed
- Address: Largo Isarco, 2, 20139 Milano, Italy
- Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +39-0256662611
- Ticket Price: 10 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Family And Kids
Fondazione Prada - Review
The institute, with two venues, one in Milan and one in Venice, is dedicated to contemporary art and culture. This venue is built on the site of an early 19th century distillery. The main attraction here is the so-called haunted house, 4-story building papered with gold foil. See the Wes Anderson designed cafeteria. As for the artwork itself, check the attraction website for their current and upcoming shows. The installations are guaranteed to surprise and awe. And even if you don't care for the art, the architecture is beautiful.
Fondazione Prada Information
- Guided tours are for 25 people maximum.
- Check out the bar and book shop.
- Disabled accessible.
Fondazione Prada Ticket Prices
- Guided tour: EUR 80 + admission fee.
- EUR 8 for 26 and under, 65+, the disabled.
Fondazione Prada Hours
- Last admission 1 hour before closing time.
- Guided tours must be booked 48 hours before hand.
How To reach Fondazione Prada by Public Transport
- Bus 65 stop L.go Isarco.
- Tram 24 stop Via Ripamonti Via Lorenzini.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Fondazione Prada
0.38% of people who visit Milan include Fondazione Prada in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
36.84% of people start their Fondazione Prada visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Fondazione Prada
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fondazione Prada
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Fondazione Prada, Milan Reviews
Very nice campus and the aesthetic is contemporary, simple and well done. Love walking to the top of the tower to walk through that dark tunnel. I will not spoil the experience by telling you what you expect at the end of the tunnel but it was one of the most wonderful experience I’ve had walking through the tunnel. The campus is not in the center of Milan which is perfect because you won’t see a huge crowd. Would love to visit again next time I am in Milan!
Incredibly detailed building. A great concept of having a gallery that has a large component of outdoor circulation, this works well to recharge and prepare yourself for the next exhibition. The restaurant is worth the visit. It is free to enter the court yard and walk around. Would highly recommend.
Set in an old gin plant, the Fondazione Prada is a set of new and renovated industrial building (including warehouses, factories...). One of the building is gold plated. Today the Fondazione is a fashionable place for art lovers. If you fancy a drink, the terrace bar on “La Torre” (the tower) is strongly recommended for its view and drinks.
The place is impressive, great investment, it is a modern piece of art in itself. It is worth visiting if you appreciated post modern art. Some of the exhibitions are great, some a little too violent for young children or faint hearted. I think the place has an amazing potential, unfortunately they do not use also the large courtyards for more exhibitions, I hope they will bring even more artists soon to make it worth the underground travel to Lodi MM Station and the 10 minutes walk. Great view of Milan from the top 10 floor of the main building.
The building was the star of our visit. The exhibits didn’t work for us this time, however head there if you’re a fan of Damian Hirst, as they have a whole floor dedicated to him. The highlight for me was Bar Luce, the famous cafe which was designed by Wes Anderson.