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Gallerie d’Italia, Milan

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#5 of 118 in Museums in Milan
Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
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Gallerie d’Italia displays paintings and sculptures from the 19th and 20th centuries. Discover works by artists Antonio Cavona, Umberto Boccioni, and others, and see Italy's contribution to modern artistic movements. Glimpse into Milan's past with paintings of iconic buildings, famous battles, and private scenes. Take time to appreciate the grand architecture of the building, and enjoy a stroll through its gardens. Plan a trip to Milan easily and quickly by telling Inspirock to suggest an itinerary.
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  • We were very impressed on our visit. The building itself and the works inside are equally impressive. 
    We were very impressed on our visit. The building itself and the works inside are equally impressive.  more »
  • The outdoor visual open air gallery is amazing to feel and take in this one of a kind art of the structure plus enjoy the high end global shopping stores indoors of the outdoor mall. This is the... 
    The outdoor visual open air gallery is amazing to feel and take in this one of a kind art of the structure plus enjoy the high end global shopping stores indoors of the outdoor mall. This is the...  more »
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  • Not only amazing art and history but also spectacular and very grand buildings setting off the art beautifully. Spent three hours there but could have easily spent at least another hour. You have to leave all bags in the cloakroom, whatever size, and they wouldn't let me leave my coat so I had to carry it round. Descriptions of the artwork were complete; some had QR codes leading to audio guides with further information but I saved the links and looked them up later to savour the experience a second time. Highly recommended! I went on one of the FREE ENTRY days but I'd very gladly pay the modest (if you ask me) €10 entrance fee now I know what there is inside. It is the price of an aperitivo in central Milan BTW as it was free entry on the day I went (check city website for details), I enjoyed an aperitivo too! But not at the café at the gallery, sadly, because it was full. Next time...
  • Nice art gallery in the centre of Milan, lovely staff. In my opinion, it’s not as impressive as the Gallerie d’Italia in Naples, but still worth a visit, I’d say. It is not as overcrowded as some of the other galleries in Milan either. I think it could do with some more signs as I ended up seeing the second part before I saw the first, as evidently I didn’t know which way to go (and I noticed that other visitors did the same too).

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