Gallerie Di Piazza ScalaCurrently Open [Closes at 07:30 pm]
- Address: Piazza della Scala, 6, 20121 Milano, Italy
- Timings: 09:30 am - 07:30 pm Details
- Phone: +39-800167619
- Ticket Price: 5 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Gallery, Family And Kids
The museum is housed inside of what used to be an old bank. Much of the bank's old layout has been incorporated into the museum's own, giving the interior a very posh ambience. The artwork in the gallery focuses on the 19th and 20th century. Highlights to watch out for:
- Bas-reliefs by Antonio Canova.
- Speculative works by Umberto Boccioni.
- 19th century images of Milan.
- Masterpieces by some of the greatest painters in Italy.
- The 20th century section of 189 paintings, which tracks various artistic movements.
- They have an audio guide in multiple languages.
- Accessible for disabled.
- EUR 3 for 18 to 25 years; over 65; groups of 15 or more.
- Free for under 18, disabled person and carer; journalists.
- Free admission every first Sunday.
Guided visits for up to 25:
- Italian: € 80.00 per group.
- English: € 100,00 per group.
- Last admission 1 hour before closing time.
- March to September: 9:30am-6pm
- October to February: 9:30am-4:30pm
- Tram 1 stop Teatro Alla Scala.
- Bus 61 stop Via Monte Di Pieta' Via Verdi.
- M1, M3 stop Duomo
- Trams 24, 12, 16, 27, 2, 3, 14 stop Duomo.
- Buses N15, N24 and NM 3 stop Duomo M1.
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14.55% of people who visit Milan include Gallerie Di Piazza Scala in their plan
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Gateway to shopping heaven, with every high end store you can think of. The decor is beautiful, and the high end shopping is second to none. The Galleria is a nice size and you could definitely spend a half to whole day visiting- as there are popular attractions , restaurants, taxi and bus stops,and souvenir stores .It is a very busy place with lots of tourists and locals. A fun day of shopping and sightseeing.
One of the best galleries in Milan. Worth a long visit. We only had 3 hours and really had to rush to see everything we wanted to. Moreover, it's not only about the paintings, but the interiors. They are simply amazing and I took almost as many photos of those, as of the paintings (no flash fotography).
Guided tours are the best way to go around. Have 2 hours at hand if you want a full tour. Nice collection of paintings
Such a lovely place to admire everything. Entrance is 10 Euro and 11Euro with audio engliah translate.
Some great 18th and 19th century art here, as well as some very modern pieces, that have that added attraction of being housed in a rather gorgeous building that was once a palazzo and latterly used as a bank. It was surprisingly quiet. I'm guessing that it's not particularly well know yet. Enjoyed it very much. Staff a little officious though.