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 the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum.
The 21st Edition of Orticola, the exhibit-market of unusual, rare and antique flowers, plants and fruit, organized by the non-profit Lombard Association of Orticola. It takes place, as has happened for the last few times, in the public gardens dedicated to Indro Montanelli in Milan (near Piazza Cavour), from Friday the 6th of May to Sunday the 8th of May.
Again this year, there is “Outside Orticola”, initiatives and activities organized by public and private institutions outside the gates of the Orticola exhibit.
Bagatti Valsecchi Museum
via Gesù 5, Milan