Museo Diocesano, Milan

About Museo Diocesano, Milan

Museo Diocesano, Milan - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Corso di Porta Ticinese, 95, 20123 Milano, Italy

Phone: +39-0289404714

Ticket Price: 8 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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This art museum focuses almost exclusively on religious works. Most of the collection is from Milan and the Lombardy region, from the 4th to the 21st centuries. There are also liturgical furnishings and paintings from Tuscany fro the 14th and 15th centuries. The museum is located inside the cloisters of Sant’Eustorgio Basilica. Altogether there are over 700 works of art here, divided into eleven thematic sections. Contact the museum for guided tours and keep yourself updated on the website for special exhibitions.

Museo Diocesano Ticket Prices

  • Tuesday: EUR 4
  • EUR 5 for 6-18 years of age, students, disabled and 65+

How To reach Museo Diocesano by Public Transport

  • Tram 3, Bus 94 stop Colonne Di S. Lorenzo
  • Tram 15, Bus N15 stop C.so Italia Via S. Sofia
  • Tram 9 stop V.le Col Di Lana

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  • Nice little museum, ticket includes access to the nearby chapel and catacombs. No great masterpieces, but a pleasant eclectic mix of different collections.

  • This is a "to-die-for" museum. Superb in every way. It's late Gothic collection is stunning example of how warm and realistic the pre-renaissance masters had become. Almost makes one pity the transformations of high Renaissance style and tortured Mannerist decadence

  • Un museo molto interessante, ricco di storia e di arte, ne vale proprio la pena di visitarlo. Se si ha un po di tempo, da li si accede alla basilica e la visita sarebbe più completa.

  • Ho trascorso un meraviglioso pomeriggio all'interno delle Sale di questo Museo, restando paralizzata (in senso positivo) davanti ai manufatti in oro della Collezione Sala Oreficeria

  • Bello per ciò che contiene, ma il più caro dei musei milanesi, che ho visitato non ha lo sconto generico x studenti universitari ma solo per brera e analoghe accademie

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