Museo Del Risorgimento, Milan

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Museo Del Risorgimento, Milan - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Via Borgonuovo, 23, 20121 Milano, Italy

Phone: +39-0288464180

Ticket Price: 5 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:30 pm Details

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One of the most important time of Italian history was the Reunification. This museum, housed inside the 17th century Moriggia Palace, explores that period, from the first campaigns of Napoleon in 1796 to the  annexation of Rome in 1870. The permanent exhibition will take you through a chronological order of the events of the Resurgence, covering 15 rooms in total. Artefacts include paintings, uniforms, banners, the regal insignia of Napoleon's coronation, a weapons room, photographs, maps, and other memorabilia. It's a history lover's delight.

Museo Del Risorgimento Information

  •  Disabled accessible

Museo Del Risorgimento Ticket Prices

  • € 3.00  for 65+ and students
  • Free on for the last hour of the day, and Tuesday 2:00pm onwards.

How To reach Museo Del Risorgimento by Public Transport

  • Bus 61 stop S. Marco
  • Bus 43, 94 stop L.go Treves
  • Subway M2 stp Moscova
  • Subway M3 stop Montenapoleone
  • Bus 61, Tram 1 stop Montenapoleone M3

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Museo Del Risorgimento, Milan Reviews - Write a Review

  • Good but without English introductions for each sections

  • Great museum in the center of the city!

  • Really nice museum if u want to get the idea of the Italian History, the entire session will take from 45 up to 90 minutes.

  • Wonderful museum focused on the reunification of Italy.

  • Un museo costruito come un libro di storia, passando da una sala all'altra si ha modo di seguire passo passo il processo di unificazione italiana. Ci sono alcuni cimeli interessanti ed alcune opere d'arte di valore, come quelle di Gerolamo Induno. Il biglietto costa poco e comunque sono soldi ben spesi. Il martedì pomeriggio l'ingresso è addirittura gratuito! Unica nota migliorabile: servirebbe un armadietto dove poter lasciare borse e zaini.

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