Museo Teatrale Alla Scala

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  • Address: Largo Antonio Ghiringhelli, 1, 20121 Milano, Italy, 20121
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
  • Phone: +39-288797473
  • Ticket Price: 7 EUR
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Museums, Opera House, Social, Arts
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La Scala, which is also called " Teatro alla Scala” – in local language, is a world-renowned opera house in Milan, Italy. The museum is home to a rare collection of costumes, musical instruments. You’ll also visit the theater museum and bookshop, where you can admire paintings and musical instruments dedicated to great Italian composers, and learn more about the opera house’s history. You are allowed to take a guide with you. A short walk from the nearby metro would be good enough to visit this place. On the other hand, you can hire local cab for visiting this place. Check out the museum if planning to stay for 2 days in Milan or 3 Days in Milan.

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While visiting Milan, it is criminal to miss out on visiting the Museum of La Scala. It is a famous opera house known all over the world for its theater museum and bookshop. Tickets for Museum of La Scala are best booked online to save time wasted on waiting in long lines. Even Museum of La Scala ticket prices can be checked on our ticketing platform before being purchased. Combine Museum of La Scala tickets with other tours to make a perfect touring and sightseeing combination. Buy tickets for Museum of La Scala to avail great discounts right now.

Museo Teatrale Alla Scala Travel Tips

  • The auditorium can be seen from the boxes except when rehearsals or performances are in progress.
  • Guided tours for schools and groups are available on booking.
  • Don’t forget to see exhibited works.
  • Visitors can book ticket in advance.
  • Visit the theater museum to see a collection of instruments.
  • It is important to book your tickets in advanced.
  • Last entrance at 5.00 pm.

Entrance Ticket Details For Museo Teatrale Alla Scala

  • Tickets for Over 65: 5 €
  • Tickets for Under 12 and disabled: Free
  • Tickets for students: 5 €
  • Audioguide: € 7

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  • Museo Teatrale Alla Scala Address: Largo Antonio Ghiringhelli, 1, 20121 Milano, Italy, 20121
  • Museo Teatrale Alla Scala Contact Number: +39-288797473
  • Museo Teatrale Alla Scala Timing: 09:00 am - 05:30 pm
  • Museo Teatrale Alla Scala Price: 7 EUR
  • Best time to visit Museo Teatrale Alla Scala(preferred time): 10:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Museo Teatrale Alla Scala: 01:30 Hrs
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  • 60.63% of people who visit Milan include Museo Teatrale Alla Scala in their plan

  • 48.63% of people start their Museo Teatrale Alla Scala visit around 2 PM - 3 PM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Museo Teatrale Alla Scala

Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

81.62% of people prefer walking in order to reach Museo Teatrale Alla Scala

People normally club together Gallery Of Vittorio Emanuele II and Pinacoteca Di Brera while planning their visit to Museo Teatrale Alla Scala.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Museo Teatrale Alla Scala Reviews & Ratings

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  • Theater of Scala is one of the most significant opera house of the world. The acoustics of the theater is one of the best. This theater has the biggest stage in the Italy. The theater is beautiful with the box seat and floor seat. In the old time, there is only the box seat for the wealthy. The remaining spectators are attending by standing straight up on the floor.

  • Of course. It's amazing. Breathtaking. Gorgeous. Rich in every conceivable term. Go and enjoy the show. Make sure you do go to the bar as well the mirror hall and decadent chairs truly make the moment a step into time.

  • Beautiful building with amazing shows. The booths are adorable but you really need front row seats (of a booth) to enjoy the sights and not just the sounds. Utterly gorgeous operas and everything suggests an elite night out with fancy dresses and ones' best jewels to well-dressed men. The service is top notch when helping direct you to your booth or allowing an elderly lady to use the elevator. For English-readers there are 2 pull-out electronic devices under the balcony that let you read along with the opera. Get there early so you can find it! When leaving, don't accept the 'free' roses and good luck snagging a taxi. If you are still up for a nighttime walk, I suggest walking to the Duomo cathedral. It is beautiful lit up at night and there are more taxis there. If you're hungry, there is a McDonald's and some other bars and things on the way there. Overall? Great experience and it left some sparkling memories in my mind!

  • The performance of Rigoletto at the Scala in Milan was great. The hall has a great atmosphere and the ensemble played great. A big disadvantage is the comfort for the visitors. We sat in a box and despite normal weather during the day it was so warm and stuffy in the Scala. The seating in the boxes isn't good either. The first two rows still have chairs. The last two rows consist only of stools. Back pain is inevitable. Unfortunately only a mixed experience overall.

  • Since the very first time my grandfather took me to Teatro alla Scala almost 60 years ago, opera has been an important part of my life. It was that very special bonding time my grandfather and father would spend with me that gave me a greater appreciation of my heritage and music.When you combine the history, brilliance and talent that has graced this stage it is simply overwhelming.

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