Villa Necchi Campiglio, Milan
About Villa Necchi Campiglio, Milan
Villa Necchi Campiglio, Milan - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Via Mozart, 14, 20122 Milano, Italy
Ticket Price: 9 EUR
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Nedda and Gigina Necchi, and Gigina's husband Angelo Campiglio, enjoyed serious bragging right during the 1930s, when they lived in this lovely art deco and Rationalist-style villa by Piero Portaluppi. Why? Because they had on of the city's only swimming pool. The house has been preserved as it was in their lives, and if you visit, you'll see they had good reason to boast about the rest of the house too. Check out the 17th century art, the marble bathrooms, and the grand portcullis.
Villa Necchi Campiglio Information
- Group visits must be reserved and cannot exceed 15 people.
Villa Necchi Campiglio Ticket Prices
- Children (4-14 years of age): € 4,00
- Children in school groups: € 3,00 each
- Prices may vary during events.
Villa Necchi Campiglio Opening and Closing Hours
- Last entrance: 5:30 pm
- May be closed during holidays; call the museum for details.
How To reach Villa Necchi Campiglio by Public Transport
- Buses 54, 61 stop Via S. Damiano C.so Monforte.
- Buses 61, 94 stop C.so Venezia Via Senato.
- Metro M1 stop Palestro.
- Trams 9 and 23 stop P.za Tricolore.
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A "time machine" kind of place that takes you directly to the original architecture and decors of 1930's high-class industrial Milan. It's also the main location of my favorite movie "Io Sono l'Amore" and a real calm oasis in the centre of Milan.
High-fashion 20c villa designed by two architects... Portaluppi in high rationalist/Fascist style in the 30s, then Buzzi after the war in a more conventional style. Worth seeing.
Interesting history and great preservation of 1930s architecture. Only disappointments are the infrequent English tours (hourly?) and the lack of notification upon purchasing the tickets that areas of the house were closed for renovations.
Interesting to see interpretation of Art Deco in Italy in comparison with other European countries. Although quite a bit of the furnishings are not in keeping with the period.
By far the most beautiful house I've ever seen. Don't stop at the garden, book a visit inside the villa and enjoy a time travel in the soul of the milanese bourgeoisie of the 30ies. You'll discover the masterpiece of Piero Portaluppi, one of the architects that shaped the beauty of Milan.
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