M U B ACurrently Closed
- Address: Via Enrico Besana, 12, 20122 Milano, Italy
- Timings: 09:30 am - 06:30 pm Details
- Phone: +39-0243980402
- Ticket Price: 12 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Children Museum, Family And Kids
M U B A - Review
This late baroque building complex encloses a garden, within which is the deconsecrated church of Saint Michael of the Sepulchers. Built to serve as a cemetery to the poor, the complex now serves as an interactive children's museum and play area. Inside the museum's weekly workshops children from the ages 1 to 12 get to play and develop cognitive skills. There are at least three exhibitions every year set up by upcoming photographers, designers and artists. Kids are also encouraged to barter toys with each other, and to celebrate their birthdays here. Keep track of them on the museum website. The Rotunda can be rented out for private events.
M U B A Information
- Check out the bistro and the bookshop.
- Unaccompanied minors and adults without children not allowed.
M U B A Ticket Prices
- Entrance 8€ child + 6€ adult.
- Family 4 persons EUR 25 + EUr 6 for every extra person.
- Groups of 15+ EUR 6 each.
- Free for the disabled.
M U B A Hours
- Holidays: 10am-7pm
How To reach M U B A by Public Transport
- Bus 84 stop V.le Monte Nero Via Spartaco
- Tram 16 stop V.le Monte Nero Via Bergamo
- Bus 65 stop Via Lamarmora
- Trams 12, 23, 27; Bus 60 73, N27 stop C.so P.ta Vittoria (Camera Del Lavoro)
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Things to Know Before Visiting M U B A
0.03% of people who visit Milan include M U B A in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
95% of people start their M U B A visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see M U B A
50% of people prefer walking in order to reach M U B A
M U B A Trips
M U B A, Milan Reviews
We liked the museum a lot. Apparently there is no way to get your money back if you child gets sick. On my opinion they should modify their website so people are free to manage their bookings. Apparently administration is very strict. Not cool.
While the activities inside the museum are reserved for children they have a nice Cafe and store indoors for the grown ups as well. The building itself is lovely, more so is the circular, walled, garden it's nestled within. A good place for a bite and Cafe, or a short evening walk.
Nice place for Italian speaking children... If you don't understand they're language...it is waste of time. Just a payed playground. Just from my point of view.
Great guide for the exhibit colours, accommodated us in English. Kids learned a lot, so did I!
Historical location downtown, interior wholly restructured, changing programs and activities dedicated to children from 2 to 6, tickets available booking them at the place (online it's always overbooked), special prices for schools. Italian required since teachers speak Italian.