Pinacoteca di Brera
The Pinacoteca di Brera is one of the principal Italian galleries and hosts one of the most important collection of Venetians and Lombard painters.
With an expositive way that leads to contemporary art, it hosts masterpieces known all over the world realized by painters such as Giovanni Bellini, Caravaggio, Tiziano, Raffaello and Tintoretto.
The Palazzo Reale of Milano is one of the principal exhibits pole and it is dedicated to the biggest international art exhibitions.
Facing the beautiful Piazza Duomo, hosts during the year lots of reviews in an historical and prestigious location, in the centre of Milan.
It hosted collections dedicated to Leonardo and Giotto and also modern and contemporary art.
The famous “Last Supper”, the masterpiece of Leonardo da Vinci is a wall painting that cover an entire wall in Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milano. The masterpiece, world heritage and protected by UNESCO, dates to the end of 1400.
The Last Supper was repaired many times through the years and to maintain the integrity the access is limited and with a booking, to preserve the microclimate that keeps the paint in a good status.
The Triennale is a cultural institution that hosts numerous exhibitions of contemporary art and industrial design, getting together masterpieces of great architects and world known designer.
On its inside, the Triennale Design Museum is dedicated to the entire design system, known all over the world.
Science and technologies museum
In 50.000 square-meters the Science and technologies “Leonardo da Vinci” museum has the aim of explain to the public science phenomena and their practical usage.
The museum is the site where you can find the biggest collection of machine designed by Leonardo da Vinci and offers the possibility to jump on the Toti submarine. Do not forget about the interactive exhibition
Civic and Natural History museum and Planetarium
The Civic and Natural History museum is the most ancient museum of Milan and hosts lots of realistic dioramas that shows the principal natural environment of the entire globe and a section of paleontology with numerous dinosaurs skeletons, such as a huge entire Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Few steps away from the museum you can find the Planetarium, that hosts a system which can screen the entire sky on its characteristic semispherical ceiling.
MUDEC – Cultures museum
The Cultures museum, a modern building created from a industrial archeological recovery operation , hosts different spaces dedicated to permanent collections and big temporary exhibitions.
The visitor of this Cultures museum can see big exhibitions with various artistic languages and appreciate ethno-anthropological collections.
PAC – Modern Art Gallery
The Pavilion of Contemporary Art (PAC) is one of the first Italian example of exhibition space particularly dedicated to contemporary art.Hosts during the year important names from the international contemporary art scenery.
Few steps away you can find the Galleria d’arte Moderna that hosts masterpieces of Manet, Cezanne, Van Gogh…
The Hangar Bicocca is more than just a museum: created like a industrial building, now is a real institution for promoting contemporaty art.
Is one of the biggest exhibition space in Europe and hosts every year important exhibitions of Italian and international artists.
MUBA – Kids museum
The MUBA, the Milan kids museum, is a unique building: does not hosts a permanent collection but is articulated in organized activities with prefixed timing.
The center, hosted by the entire complex of Rotonda della Besana in Milan, promote with specialized educators, cultural and artistic projects for kids and promote family games.