Museo Teatrale Alla Scala, Milan
Museo Teatrale Alla Scala, Milan - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Largo Antonio Ghiringhelli, 1, 20121 Milano, Italy
Ticket Price: 7 EUR
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
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About Museo Teatrale Alla Scala, Milan
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 Information
- 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.
Museo Teatrale Alla Scala Ticket Prices
- Tickets for Over 65: 5 €
- Tickets for Under 12 and disabled: Free
- Tickets for students: 5 €
- Audioguide: € 7
How To reach Museo Teatrale Alla Scala by Public Transport
- Certosa Metro Station
Restaurants Near Museo Teatrale Alla Scala
- Temakinho: Cocktails & Mocktails
- Simposio: Pizza
- Zero: Japanese Food
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Really enjoyed our visit to Teatro alla Scala. Went early in the morning and it was not very crowded and it was enjoyable to tour the small museum and linger whilst looking at the beautiful theater. As I said the museum is not very big, I would plan on 1 hour (2 max) visiting time!
Dreadful experience. Paid £160 for 2 seats in box shared with others. My seat faced the rear with no view of the stage, sets, performers or orchestra. I saw nothing!! The other seat required my partner to stand and hang over the side of the box to get a quarter stage view. This is simply a rip-off. They know these seats are useless yet they take the money off you. We left at the interval Never again. Best stay at home to hear recording because no visual experience whatsoever. Simply deceitful robbery.
The ticket office for one the 'most prestigious' Opera' s in the world (Milan is All about Prestige) - is in the ugly and dirty underground of the closest metro station! The joy itself to visit the elegant 'La Scala' is gone by that. Elegance is an attitude. In every aspect! When on the other hand I wanted to buy 2 tickets for 2 seats close to each other - one of the tickets was always more expensive as the other (because of a 'different view') - Whoever wants to believe in this purely cheap tricks......good luck! Sadly - no style.
Rather unassuming building on the outside but lovely inside. Drinks at interval are nightmare if you don't know the system. Buy your ticket for the drinks in one place and then take it to the bar. Saw a great version of Tamerlane by Handel
A surreal sense of timelessness. Amazing to think so many famous opera singers have performed there. A very informative place especially for those that love classical music.