Opening hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday: from 9:30 to 19:30.

Thursday: open from 9:30 to 22:30.
Monday: closed.

Last admission 1 hour before closing.

 

Savour the masterpieces of Gallerie d’Italia: these are the least busy days and times to come and visit.

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Tickets

Can’t wait to get a first-hand experience of art? Save time by buying your tickets online.

 

Online booking recommended
From 3 April 2022, on each first Sunday of the month admission is free for all visitors.

Full price - €10
Reduced price - €8

Over-65s

Special reduction - €5

Under-26s

Intesa Sanpaolo Group customers

Free

Under-18s
School groups

Access to the museum

Aspects to consider before and during your visit.

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TICKET OFFICE

If you have not already purchased your ticket online, you can buy one at the entrance desk.

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CLOAKROOM

A guarded cloakroom is available on the basement floor, where umbrellas, backpacks, large bags and outerwear can be stored free of charge. 

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SIGNAGE

During your visit, please mind the signs providing the rules to follow when using the stairs, lifts or toilets. The museum staff are always available to help you.

The museum is located at piazza della Scala, 6.

Getting here
METRO

Line 1 and 3: alight at Duomo
Line 3: alight at Montenapoleone

BUS

Line 61: alight at via Verdi – via dell’Orso

TRAM

Lines 1 and 2: alight at Teatro alla Scala.
Lines 2, 12, 14, 16, 27: alight at via Orefici-piazza Cordusio

CAR

The museum is located in Area C of Milan, where traffic is restricted. Secure parking is available in piazza Meda, via Agnello (the Rinascente car park) and piazza Diaz.
The nearest taxi ranks can be found in piazza della Scala (by the entrance to the Gallerie) and piazza Duomo.

Museum map

Would you like to learn more about the exhibition areas of Gallerie d'Italia museum in Milan, how they are used and how easily accessible they are to all? Download the museum map and the safety information for visitors.

Museum map

Museum map Gallerie d'Italia - Milano

Safety information

Safety Infomration Gallerie d'Italia - Milano
Percorso museale tattile

Accessibility

The Gallerie d'Italia museums offer activities aimed at promoting the culture of accessibility and inclusion, informing as many people as possible about the issue from the perspective of artistic and cultural enjoyment available to all.
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Guided tours and audio guides

Visitors can access the museum either on their own, using the physical or virtual audio guide by downloading the MuseoOn app on their smartphones, or guided by a cultural mediator who will help to discover the permanent collections and the temporary exhibitions.

Charter of services

Download the charter of services.

Charter of services

Charter of services

Restaurant

In the international setting of piazza Scala, VÒCE is a project combining the cultural activities of Gallerie d’Italia with the gourmet cuisine of Aimo e Nadia: a blend of food, culture and art to experience in the areas of the cafeteria and the restaurant.

Inside Aimo e Nadia restaurant

FAQ

Libraries

All the Gallerie d'Italia museums have a library; currently, a catalogue of the volumes present can be viewed on site at each of the museums. We are working on an online version for users.

Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi (registration required) is available during the museum’s opening hours.

Cloakroom

A guarded cloakroom is available on the basement floor, where umbrellas, backpacks, large bags and outerwear can be stored free of charge.

Family friendly (changing tables)

Changing tables are available at the Gallerie d’Italia in Milan (in the men’s and women’s toilets) and the museum will do its best to accommodate any requests from families.

Contact us

Phone number: 800.167.619

Email: milano@gallerieditalia.com

For more information on visiting or organising special itineraries for people with physical, cognitive or sensory disabilities, please write to:
milanoaccessibile@gallerieditalia.com

To get in touch for institutional reasons, please visit the CONTACT US section