Palazzo Morando, Milan

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Palazzo Morando, Milan - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Via Sant'Andrea, 6, 20121 Milano, Italy

Phone: +39-0288465735

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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This lavish 18th century palace, owned by the Bolognini family until 1945, is an excellent period museum. It combines elements of home museums, costume museums and art museums. Fabrics, paintings, busts, sculpture, furniture, decorative arts, porcelain - the museum is an embarrassment of riches. Its main purpose is to elaborate on Milanese lifestyle in the 18th century and under Napoleon. To this effect, the paintings reflect scenes from urban life from the 16th to 19th centuries, sculptures and prints are from the Luigi Beretta collection, and the state apartments of aristocrats have been recreated. Perhaps the most celebrated exhibits are the period costumes from the Moda e Costume del Comune di Milano collection.

Palazzo Morando Information

  •  Wheelchair accessible.

Palazzo Morando Ticket Prices

  • EUR 3 for students and 65+
  • Free for up to 18 years of age.
  • Free admission for the last hour.
  • Free admission Tuesdays after 2pm.

Palazzo Morando Opening and Closing Hours

  • Last admission 30 minutes before closing time.

How To reach Palazzo Morando by Public Transport

  • Bus 61, 94 stop Via Senato (Archivio Di Stato).
  • Subway 1 stop San Babila
  • Subway 3 stop Montenapoleone.

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Palazzo Morando, Milan Reviews - Write a Review

  • I attended opening day of the Manolo Blahnik exhibit an hour before closing in January and it was practically empty. (Also, the entry fee drops from 10 euros down to 6 at 16:30). What a wonderful way to see his beautiful sketches and shoes up close! The building itself is beautiful, and the museum has a focus on art and fashion, which I highly recommend to anyone.

  • Magnificent palace just in the middle of the quadrilatero della moda in the old Town frequently hosting many exhibitions

  • While some of the painting of the historical views of the city are interesting, most other stuff are not as attractive as items of other museums. Texts are in Italian only.

  • Surprisingly this was the only Fashion Museum in Milan. Although fairly small in comparison to other museum, it houses substantial collection of 10-20th century fashion pieces. I wish it had more of a diverse collection from modern designers, but it's worth a visit. If you're a student under the age of 25, you'll get a discount.

  • It was too hot 🔥 inside!

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