Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, Milan
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum House is located in the historic building between Via Santo Spirito and Via Gesù, in the heart of Milan’s Montenapoleone district .
Regarded as one of Europe’s most important museum houses, it is a truly unique exhibition.
In 1883 the brothers Fausto and Giuseppe Bagatti Valsecchi inaugurated their grand project: to construct from scratch a sixteenth-century style house that truly reflected the Italian Renaissance culture in every detail.
Everything, from the building’s façade to the room layout, from the furnishings to every single fitting literally takes the visitor back 500 years back in time.
One exhibit that is worthy of note is a panel painting by Giovanni Bellini.
The Museum is open from Tuesday through to Sunday, from 1pm to 17.45pm.
- Adult € 8.00
- Concession € 4.00
(children aged 6 to 14 and adults older than 65)