University students with badges Adults over 65
Children and young people between 6 and 17 years of age
Children up to and including 5 years of age Accompanying persons with disabilities Friends of the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum ICOM Members
WHERE WE ARE
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is in: Via Gesù, 5, 20121 Milan
How to get to us
Metro line 3 Montenapoleone stop Metro line 1 San Babila stop Metro line 4 San Babila stop Bus 54, 61 San Babila stop Bus 94 piazza Cavour stop Tram 1 Montenapoleone M3 stop BikeMi station 80 – Manzoni BikeMi station 13 – Via Senato ang. Via Marina Fee-based parking via San Pietro all’Orto, via Marina
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum strongly believes in inclusion and accessibility at all levels. Upon request, by contacting the ticket office, it is possible to use the elevator to access the museum rooms on the first floor. Restrooms equipped for people with motor disabilities are also available. Maximum wheelchair width: 70 cm
Small dogs are allowed at the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum. During the visit, it is necessary to keep them in a bag or in your arms.
At the museum entrance, there are lockers available for storing backpacks and bags. Access with strollers and suitcases is not permitted inside the museum and they must be left at the ticket office and will be supervised by museum staff.
Circuit of Historic House Museums
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, the Boschi di Stefano House, the Necchi Campiglio Villa and the Poldi Pezzoli Museum have been united since October 2, 2008, in a circuit of historic house museums, in order to promote the cultural and artistic patrimony of Milan through some of its protagonists.
Museums of Lombardy subscription
The subscription unites in one circuit the historical and artistic patrimony and exhibits in Lombardy in a way that benefits its subscribers. Museums and collections, monuments and parks, as well as temporary exhibits: with the card, it’s possible to visit the participating cultural locations for a year without further fees.
See cards and guides
Inspired by Wordless Books for children, which skillfully tell a story through images, the Silent Book is a small yet intriguing supplement to the museum visit created by the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum. This volume encourages visitors to interpret the images depicting specific details and objects from the museum's collections, inviting them to explore the museum's rooms, allowing themselves to be captivated by details and colors waiting to be discovered.
Designed to be accessible at any cultural and linguistic level, the Bagatti Valsecchi Silent Book is inclusive and particularly suitable for a museum visit with children, involving them in a meticulous search for details throughout the exhibition spaces.
Generously sponsored by the Cologni Foundation for Art Professions, this small volume is available for purchase at the museum's ticket counter for an additional cost of 3 euros.