- Address: Via Chiese, 2, 20126 Milano, Italy
- Timings: 10:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
- Phone: +39-026611157
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Family And Kids
This used to be an old industrial complex that manufactured train carriages. It has now been transformed into one of the largest contemporary art spaces on the continent. There is only one major permanent art installation - the massive Seven Heavenly Palaces, made of concrete, weighing 90 tonnes each, and rising 14+ metres into the sky. You can find out about the cultural and artistic events and exhibitions hosted by the center on its website. There is also a reading room, a bookshop and a nice cafe.
- Thursday to Sunday 10am-9pm.
- Monday to Wednesday closed.
Cafe Restaurant Dopolavoro Bicocca:
- Wednesday: 11am-4pm
- Thursday-Friday: 10am-11pm
- Saturday-Sunday: 10am-12am
- Monday-Tuesday: closed
- Bus 51 and 87 stop Via Sesto S. Giovanni Via Porto Corsini.
- Bus 81 stop Via Galeno Via Breda.
- Subway 1 stop Sesto Marelli.
- Subway 5 stop Ponale.
- Tram 31 stop Bignami M5.
- Tram 7, Bus 87 stop Arcimboldi Ateneo Nuovo.
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0.91% of people who visit Milan include Hangarbicocca in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
28.89% of people start their Hangarbicocca visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Hangarbicocca
94.87% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hangarbicocca
Very friendly service. Quiet and peaceful place where you can stay alone with your thoughts about an exhibition. There are a cafe, some space for rest outside and a bathroom. Before the exhibition it's recommended to take some informational brochures. Otherwise, it'll be a little difficult to understand what's happening around you.
Pirelli has created a perfect art space for a modern art from a old factory. There are a lot of different arts. You can spend more that 3 hours when looking and thinking about it. Also there is a cool cafe with tasty cakes and good wine. You can leave your children in a child room also.
Definitely one of my favorite spaces in Milan. The atmosphere is great and fit perfectly with every exposition I’ve seen so far. Great place for an artsy day, especially with a friend.
Gorgeous place. More than museum. Very impressive exhibitions in here, all free. Great quality of service.
Nice exibitions, beautiful front garden but the coffee restaurant serves meals until 2pm then just coffe and drinks.