This modern art gallery, established in 1921, mainly exhibits Italian and other European painting from the 18th through 20th centuries. These include works by Cezzane, Manet, Van Gogh, Picasso and Canova. There are two guided tours you may take - one throgh the 19th century collection, and the other through the collections of Grassi and Vismara. Around 600 of the total 4000 works are on exhibit at any time. The museum is housed inside the Villa Reale. A place where Napoleon once stayed. The building itself is quite beautiful; it's architectural embellishments follow mythological themes.
- Max 25 people per group
- Guided tours for adults: €100.00 / € 135.00
- EUR 3 for 65+
- Special exhibitions may have their own prices.
- Last admission 30 minutes before closing time
- Free admission after 4:30pm, and on Tuesdays after 2pm
- Free for under 18 and the physically challenged
- Special exhibitions may have their own times
- Subway 1 stop Palestro
- Bus NM1 stop Palestro M1
- Tram 1, Bus 61 and 94 stop P.za Cavour
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3.06% of people who visit Milan include Galleria Civica D'arte Moderna in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
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I was so impressed I was able to see artwork of Toulouse Lautrec and many beautiful sculptures. Great content!!!
A reference for modern art in Milan. Free on Tuesday afternoons! Gorgeous architecture, both outside and inside, create a very particular set for the artworks; at the 1st floor, each room has its own decor and colors. The collection presented at the 2nd floor is incredible, and the set design is very particular. Have a walk in their gardens too!
An interesting collection of works, most by artists I'm unfamiliar with, but also some Picasso, van Gogh and Lautrec. Some very interesting sculpture by Grandi. The building itself has some great decoration that is also with seeing. It's an unusual gallery in the way many rooms are open to the outside air with the windows open during the daytime. Certainly worth a visit.
Are you in Milano? Do you wanna see the place which is not overhelmed by tourists? Do you wanna see amazing Marble status which are talking with you, telling the story.. if yoir answer is yes.. so dont hesitate go to Modern Art Gallery.. you will spend wonderful time.. enjoy it
A museum you must see whenever you visit Milan. Absolutely remarkable.