Guided tour with a native English-speaking guide

Guided tour with a native English-speaking guide

Are you a tourist? Are you a foreigner living in Milan? Are you Italian, and want to practice your English? The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is just right for you!  You can visit the museum with a native English-speaking guide at no extra cost…just pay the normal entrance...
A special Sunday: May 21, 2017

A special Sunday: May 21, 2017

A full day at the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, Sunday, May 21, 2017: 11 AM: “Italian surroundings,” a concert for Pianocity (commentare in Italian, music for us all) 3:30 PM: free guided visit (in Italian) included in the entrance fee “Open...
A new web site: more beautiful and more functional

A new web site: more beautiful and more functional

The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum’s website gets better: new graphics, easier to use, in Italian and English (and soon also in German and French), and accessible via computer, tablet or smartphone, to make it easier to visit…both in person and thanks to technology. The...

April at the museum

During the month of April, the museum will observe regular opening hours (from Tuesday to Sunday, 1-5:45 P.M.), EXCEPT for HOLIDAY CLOSURE April 25 (Liberation Day) NEXT EVENT April 22, 4 P.M. “Homage to the...
“5 for 1000” on your Italian Personal Income Taxes

“5 for 1000” on your Italian Personal Income Taxes

You can help our museum concretely with a simple gesture that doesn’t cost you anything: add our fiscal code (03815430156) and sign on the dotted line in the box dedicated to non-profit entities (Onlus) that you’ll find on the 730, UNICO and CUD Italian...
Stairway on the via Santo Spirito side

Stairway on the via Santo Spirito side

Now open once again, the stairway on the via Santo Spirito side has been returned to its original splendor. It leads from the Atrium to the first, or noble, floor of the museum. The walls were reinforced and cleaned in order to put back up the large polyptych by the...
Vote for the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

Vote for the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

Up to and including January 16, 2017, vote for the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum on the site: ilMioDono.it.  You can access the function by signing in with your Facebook account, or by inputting your e-mail. It’s ABSOLUTELY FREE for you, but is a precious gesture for...
#Museums4Italy

#Museums4Italy

The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum will take part in the initiative launched by Minister Dario Franceschini: #Museums4Italy. All the funds coming from entrance tickets on Sunday the 28th of August, 2016, will be donated to the relief efforts of the Italian Red Cross. You...
We’re open in August!

We’re open in August!

The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum located in the heart of historic downtown Milan will stay open in August with its regular opening hours: Tuesday – Sunday, from 1 P.M. to 5:45 P.M. (last entrance no less than a half an hour beforehand, please) Closing times: all...
One ticket for two exhibits

One ticket for two exhibits

In honor of the exhibit, A Family Affair. The Marinoni and the Polyptych of St. John the Baptist a partnership with the exhibit, In the Sign of the Renaissance. Pietro Bussolo, Sculptor in Bergamo at the Palazzo della Ragione (upper Bergamo) has been created. From the...
Outside Orticola 2016

Outside Orticola 2016

Presenting your ticket to Orticola will get you to the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum – not only will you get in for a lower entrance fee, but you’ll also receive a free map that will guide you to all the plants and flowers filling the tapetries and paintings of...

Download the museum app

Thanks to the support of Innovacultura-Region of Lombardy, the Lombardy Chamber of Commerce and the Cariplo Foundation, the museum has realized a free app for its visitors that allows them to do a virtual visit of the rooms on the mansion’s first floor. Each room on...

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