La Triennale Di Milano, Milan

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La Triennale Di Milano, Milan - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6, 20121 Milano, Italy

Phone: +39-0272434208

Ticket Price: 10 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:30 am - 08:30 pm Details

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This is a design and art complex located inside the in the Palazzo dell'Arte, in Parco Sempione. The exhibitions are temporary, and focus on urban planning, Italian design, media, arts and industry. There is a small permanent exhibit with objects from contemporary Italian design. The museum is also the location for the famous Milan triennial exhibition. Outside of this, the museum also styles itself a neat place to hang out, with a nice garden, a stylish cafe, and the performing arts stage at Teatro dell’Arte.

La Triennale Di Milano Information

  • Guided tours are for 15-25 people.

La Triennale Di Milano Ticket Prices

  • Check out the extensive guided tour pricing on the attraction website.

Design Museum only:

  • EUR 8 for adults.
  • EUR 6.50 for students, under 26, over 65 and disabled.
  • EUR 4 for kids 6-14
  • Free for under 6

La Triennale Di Milano Opening and Closing Hours

  • Ticket office closes one hour before shows.
  • Restaurant: Tuesday - Sunday 12pm-1am
  • Store: 10am-8pm

How To reach La Triennale Di Milano by Public Transport

  • Bus 61, N6 stop Triennale.
  • Bus 1, 10 stop Via Pagano Via Canova.

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La Triennale Di Milano, Milan Reviews - Write a Review

  • €10 to see all 6 exhibits is a reasonable price. The exhibits are thought provoking. The outdoor cafe is a nice place for a coffe or gelato.

  • I only went into the "Design for Children" I think it was so amazing, I enjoyed the visit so much! You receive a booklet that has all the information of the displayed producs, definitely recommended, specially if you are into Design.

  • This museum objective is not clear, whether it is for migrants and refugees or for general arts. The information provided bear to the items are not provided.

  • There is almost nothing to see, everything is currently being renovated. At least they did not even try to sell us tickets

  • Very nice museum with friendly guides and free wifi. I also had an aperitivo there which had a nice view of the park below. Great food but my company paid so I have no idea what it cost.

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