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Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, Milan

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#7 of 118 in Museums in Milan
Art Museum · Hidden Gem · Library
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Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, a historic library in Milan, features a huge range of books and documents as well as an Ambrosian art gallery. The library's collection includes manuscripts from Greece, Syria, and more, including love letters between Lucrezia Borgia and Pietro Bembo, the oldest copy of the Kitab Sibawahaihi, and the earliest example of a Biblical canon. You can even view Leonardo da Vinci's "Portrait of a Musician." Plan your visit to Pinacoteca Ambrosiana and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Milan road trip planning website.
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  • I had targeted this as a “maybe” item between The Last Supper and my timed entry to the Duomo. I had plenty of time walking back to the Duomo area so popped in to this venue. Not crowded although... 
    I had targeted this as a “maybe” item between The Last Supper and my timed entry to the Duomo. I had plenty of time walking back to the Duomo area so popped in to this venue. Not crowded although...  more »
  • No queues, no clamour, nothing like seeing Da Vinci's last supper! Super chilled and hardly any crowds (whoops ! I should be keeping the secret) Raphael cartoon was a real WOW moment and then... 
    No queues, no clamour, nothing like seeing Da Vinci's last supper! Super chilled and hardly any crowds (whoops ! I should be keeping the secret) Raphael cartoon was a real WOW moment and then...  more »
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  • It was the only peaceful place in the hectic Milan. The school of Athens is a grand painting on a grand scale. And the sketches of Leonardo da Vinci in the library were impressed, too. I took the stroller, and they treated us kindly, so I enjoyed the viewing(On the second floor, strollers could not go, so I only visited the viewing area) It was 11.5 euros including tax and I think it's well worth the visit.
  • Really interesting museum, with a lot of unique collection pieces. It is also nice to be away from the very large crowds of other attractions. It would be 5*, but €15 is slightly overpriced.

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