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Bagatti Valsecchi Museum Opening Hours: THURSDAY – FRIDAY 1:00 – 5:45 PM SATURDAY – SUNDAY 10:00 AM – 5:45 PM Online booking with ticket purchase is recommended: click here In order to access the Museum it is recommended to wear the Face Mask. No Green Pass...
Vote for the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

Vote for the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

Until January 31, 2022, your vote is worth 200,000 concrete help initiatives. UniCredit renews its commitment in favor of non-profit organizations by offering a donation of €200,000 to be divided among the most voted organizations on their site: ilmiodono.it. To vote...
Library being restored

Library being restored

Work to restore the ceiling of the library – important work activated thanks to Italia Nostra and the Fondo Enzo Monti – will finish before the end of the summer. For this reason, the library will be closed to the public, but when it reopens before summer,...
MIRABILIA (“Marvels”) at the Triennale

MIRABILIA (“Marvels”) at the Triennale

The exhibit MIRABILIA. A Wunderkammer to discover the crafts of Milanese art opens at the Triennale in Milan. The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is happy to share the news of MIRABILIA opening at the Triennale because highlighting the traditional crafts of Milan and Italy,...

Bagatti Valsecchi Museum and FEDORA…again!

On the 29th of July 2020, the “Maintenance of Artistic Patrimony” course for young people with backgrounds in the humanities and arts finished. It was part of the project called F.ED.O.RA (Formazione e Diagnostica [digitale] per le Opere di Restauro...
We’re pausing for a few days

We’re pausing for a few days

From the 21st of August 2020, we’re opening the doors of the Museum, again, from Friday to Sunday, from 1 to 5:45 PM like before, but we’ll be closed from the 31st of July 2020 to the 16th of August 2020.

F.ED.O.RA – Training opportunities for young adults (in Italian)

Beginning in November 2019, the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum collaborates with ACTL – Association for Culture and Free Time in the realization of the project F.ED.O.RA-Training and diagnostics (digital) for artistic restoration of works of art, in line with the...
Collectors for a day (in Italian)

Collectors for a day (in Italian)

Speechati – the young adult Friends of the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum – launches a new challenge for those 35 and under in Milan: to become collectors for a day! On Sunday, October 13, 2019, this city game played in the streets of Milan will transform the...
The museum will be closed for special maintenance

The museum will be closed for special maintenance

The museum will be closed from Tuesday August 13th to Thursday August 15th, 2019, for special maintenance and the Italian Ferragosto holiday. It will reopen with regular hours on Friday the 16th of August. For info:T (+ 39)...
“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...

The museum and E.ON promote the culture of innovation

E.ON and the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum have launched a collaborative project to promote new generations’ culture of innovation. E.ON, an energy company, offers 50 school groups a guided visit of the museum in Italian where, in addition to discovering the...

The sculpture from Norcia: restored

In 2016, a terrible earthquake struck the eastern coast of Italy, and many art works were damaged. In 2017, an effort of solidarity was promoted by ICOM Italia (the Italian committee of the International Council of Museums) called Adopt a Museum. The Bagatti Valsecchi...

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...
Restoration in the Cupola Gallery

Restoration in the Cupola Gallery

The sixteenth century altarpiece depicting a Crucifixion with St. John the Baptist and St. Alexander has been removed from the Cupola Gallery for an important restoration. The restoration will take about four months. The cleaning is revealing a bright range of...

Design Week 2018

From the 17th to the 21st of April, the Museum welcomes MAXIMIN: Modernist Expressions by Kohler Free entry from 10 AM to 7 PM