Visit the museum
|Tuesday||1:00 PM||5:45 PM|
|Wednesday||1:00 PM||5:45 PM|
|Thursday||1:00 PM||5:45 PM|
|Friday||1:00 PM||5:45 PM|
|Saturday||1:00 PM||5:45 PM|
|Sunday||1:00 PM||5:45 PM|
Martedì-Domenica: 13.00 – 17.45
|Reduced and special agreements|
University students with university ID card
Adults OVER 65 years of age
|Children between 6 and 18 years of age||€ 2,00|
Children up to and including 5 years of age
Disabled people’s caretakers
Friends of the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum
Museo Bagatti Valsecchi
How to get to us
Metro line 3 Montenapoleone stop
Metro line 1 San Babila stop
Bus 54, 61 San Babila stop
Bus 94 piazza Cavour stop
Tram 1 via Manzoni stop
BikeMi station 80 – Manzoni
Fee-based parking via San Pietro all’Orto, via Marina
It is possible to reserve guided tours at the cost of € 80.00 plus the cost of the entrance tickets.
Maximum number of people: 25. Languages available: Italian, French, English, German
Reservations are obligatory: tel. +39-02-7600.6132 or E-mail.
A personalized visit to the museum is possible, accompanied by the heir of the Bagatti Valsecchi family, Pier Fausto. The audio guides, realized by Acoustiguide, are available free-of-charge with entrance ticket. The audio guides are available in Italian, English, Chinese, French, Japanese, German and Russian.
The Silent Book is a guide accessible to all visitors, even the youngest ones, because it doesn’t have linguistic and cultural barriers. The illustrated guide invites visitors to interpret details and objects in the collections. It is available for € 2.00 at the ticket counter of the museum.
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is a place that is particularly suited for families, and it is always happy to welcome its littlest visitors. For them we have realized things to make their visit more enjoyable: a special audio guide for kids (in Italian) and info cards in each room that are geared to age levels (Italian, English).
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum firmly believes in inclusion and accessibility at all levels. Upon request, asking at the ticket counter, it is possible to use an elevator to get to the museum rooms on the first floor.
The museum bathrooms are equipped for people with motor disabilities.
Maximum width of wheelchairs: 70 cm
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.