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The heart of Milan beats for art

Gallerie d’Italia Milan is made up of three historic buildings in piazza della Scala, via Manzoni and via Morone: a total of 8,300 square metres dedicated to art, architecture and beauty that hosts exhibitions, permanent collections, initiatives and events. 

Mostra Banchieri

Exhibitions and initiatives

Discover the incredible cultural offer of Gallerie d'Italia: major exhibitions in collaboration with prestigious Italian and international museums and institutions, exhibitions dedicated to history, photography, and contemporary art, as well as a wide-ranging set of cultural initiatives
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Start your discovery of the collections of Gallerie d’Italia in Milan in stunning Piazza della Scala: three historic buildings and exceptional pieces of architecture that house three exhibitions: the Nineteenth Century, which also includes the collections of Fondazione Cariplo, the Cantiere del '900 exhibition dedicated to 20th century art, and The Caveau, once a closed, inaccessible area, now a storage space open to all.
Discover the masterpieces of Milan
Umberto Boccioni, Three women (1910)
1910 Umberto Boccioni

Three women

Palazzo Beltrami

The museum

Gallerie d’Italia - Milano is hosted in a complex of historical buildings: Palazzo Brentani, Palazzo Anguissola Antona Traversi and the former headquarters of Banca Commerciale Italiana.


Exhibitions specifically designed for schools, families and people with reduced mobility or cognitive and sensory impairments. To make art accessible and enjoyable for everyone.

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