Museo del Novecento

Museo del Novecento (Museum of the Twentieth Century), located in Palazzo dell’Arengario, is a public venue dedicated to the display of Milan’s collection of Twentieth-Century Art.

Via Marconi, 1
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Triennale Design Museum

Triennale Design Museum was opened in 2007 and it was the first museum of Italian design. Located in the historic center of Milan, it offers the chance to discover the excellence of Italian design through uncommon points of view. There is no chronological or by author order because Triennale Design Museum is renewed and transformed each year.

Viale Alemagna, 6
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PAC – Padiglione di Arte Contemporanea

PAC – Pavilion of Contemporary Art is one of the earliest examples of architecture in Italy designed expressly for modern and contemporary art, similar to the European kunsthalle and conceived as a lean exhibiting venue. In its exhibiting activity, PAC has always tried to keep an ongoing dialogue and to arouse attention on contemporary art, while directing its look at the future.

Via Palestro 14


Cenacolo Vinciano

Cenacolo Vinciano, known as “The Last Supper”, is the greatest masterpiece of Leonardo da Vinci. It was commissioned by Ludovico il Moro, duke of Milan, and painted by Leonardo between 1494 and 1498 . It is situated in the refectory near the Sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie.

Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie 2
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Pinacoteca di Brera

Pinacoteca di Brera is a national gallery of modern and ancient art, located in Milan. The museum houses one of the most famous collections of paintings in Italy. Thanks to donations the gallery proposes an exhibition that ranges from prehistoric to contemporary art.

Via Brera 28
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10 Corso Como is a multifunctional concept dedicated to art, fashion, music, design, cuisine and culture. It was founded in 1990 in Milan by Carla Sozzani, famous art dealer and publisher. It has been described as “a so-called concept store, a mini lifestyle emporium”, and has been identified as an inspiration for stores in London and Paris.
The complex began with an art gallery and a bookshop. Other spaces soon followed: a design and fashion store in 1991, 10 Corso Como Cafè in 1998, a small hotel (with only three rooms) in 2003 and the Roof Garden in 2009.

Corso Como 10