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#1 of 161 Museums in Milan
So much to see, beautiful grounds, amazing historic buildings, fascinating museums - some free, some with a fee - the stunning Michelangelo Pieta.
For around €10 each (less with concessions) you get access to a range of amazing museums including furniture, art, musical instruments, weapons and armor, works of Michelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci.
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#1 of 3 Museums in Lodi
A museum is open on Sunday afternoons.
#2 of 161 Museums in Milan
This house is one of the four historic house museums which make up the Milan Historic House Museums Network.
Its a really interesting and refreshing attraction for a change instead of ordinary museums.
#1 of 16 Museums in Brescia
A great swathe of history from the Romans, Longobards and medieval periods.In reality four or five museums in one, the roman houses and the Longobard exhibits especially are absolutely fantastic.
The ex-monastery is the size of multiple museums, and spans much of the region's history and prehistory, from stone age artefacts to modern-day works.
#1 of 13 Museums in Mantua
Probably items could be better arranged, but this museum is totally free.
#1 of 2 Museums in Gardone Riviera
You have a choice of 3 tickets prices, one for the gardens and one museum, one for the gardens and 2 museums, or one for the house, gardens and both museums.
A very eclectic museum with something for all the family from gun boats and battle ships to incongruous plastic armchairs in gardens, a mausoleum guarded by dogs and a amphitheater with the most exquisite view it...
Palazzo Te Mantua
#2 of 13 Museums in Mantua
It´s also open Monday afternoon when other museums are all closed.
There is also a very nice cafe and shop, and a part of the building is used as a museum and exhibition space where we saw some lovely art.
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Museo delle Cere Grazzano Visconti 36.8 km away
#1 of 3 Museums in Grazzano Visconti
#1 of 1 Museums in Valdisotto
In addition to the fort and museum, the view of the valley is stupendous.
Advice to take a ride in the area and entering the museum.
#1 of 1 Museums in Arese
Contains the story of Ferrari and also Nuvolari which is great if you are going to those museums too and also the DTM win.
One if the best car Museums in Italy
Villa Carlotta Tremezzina
#1 of 2 Museums in Tremezzina
For 10 euro you can spend a delightful few hours exploring the gardens and museums.
Villa Carlotta is a unique place where you can find beauty in all forms: from the gardens (that change in any season), to the palace and it's museum, to the breathtaking view on the amazing Como Lake and the mount...
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#3 of 13 Museums in Mantua
While you are waiting, you can visit the Palazzo Ducale museums, which you can finish up in about the waiting time you are given.
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#3 of 161 Museums in Milan
One of the best museums in Italy thanks to its varied collection that includes some masterpieces (e.g Piero della Francesca, Mantegna and Raffaello 's stunning paintings).
There are lots of museums & galleries in Milan but this one had so many wonderful paintings by geniuses such as Caravaggio, Veronese, Canaletto, Raphael etc etc. Highly recommend a visit.
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Valle delle Cartiere Toscolano-Maderno
#1 of 2 Museums in Toscolano-Maderno
The museum is located in a beautiful valley that is accessible by foot for those who want to take a long and leisurely walk, and there are many hikes spanning from the old paper factory if you're up for a hike aft...
Who knew this great museum is 'hiding' near Lake Garda!
#4 of 161 Museums in Milan
If your eyes are glazing over after seeing thousands of medieval and Renaissance works in Milan’s museums - including hundreds of masterpieces in this museum - check out the watch and clock collection.
This house is one of the four historic house museums which make up the Milan Historic House Museums Network.
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#5 of 161 Museums in Milan
I have visited literally hundreds of art galleries and museums in USA Europe and Australia, and this magnificent Gallery has to be up there in the top half dozen.
Can honestly say it's one of the best art museums in the world.
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#6 of 161 Museums in Milan
This house is one of the four historic house museums which make up the Milan Historic House Museums Network.
This is a hidden gem among the Milanese similar museums, well worth the visit.
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#1 of 15 Museums in Bergamo
The audio guide gives you information on individual paintings as other museums do, but it is also set up to take you on a cohesive journey through the collection, which capitalizes on the chronological arrangement...
This museum highlights in the works of a host of 2nd-tier (and several 1st-tier) painters and sculptors who worked in northern Italy and Venice the journey from the exuberant innovation of renaissance painting to...
#7 of 161 Museums in Milan
Entrance to the church is free To the museum it costs 2€ We saw Unique pieces from IV CENTURY Between the guided tours you can learn from the history A group of 200 people was singing nice performance A Milanese T...
Definitely pay the €2 to go into the small museum - the original chapel and beautiful mosaic is the highlight of the trip.
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Galleria Campari Sesto San Giovanni
#1 of 3 Museums in Sesto San Giovanni
#8 of 161 Museums in Milan
Thought provoking incredible museum
#1 of 6 Museums in Cremona
This is one of the most beautiful small museums I have ever visited.
It's a modern museum with interesting interactive displays about violin making and a treasure box full of priceless Stradivari and Amati violins.
#9 of 161 Museums in Milan
As a fan of modern art, free sights, and museums in former homes, it was a delight.
This delightful museum apartment is run by the Commune di Milano, it is a free museum and located a short walk away from Corso Buenos Aires.
#1 of 5 Museums in Bellagio
A ticket allows access to the gardens, a small chapel and a very small museum but the home is closed to visitors.
There’s a little Napoleonic museum, a church and clean toilets.
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#1 of 10 Museums in Varese
a incredible museum !
A lot of magic in this museum.
#10 of 161 Museums in Milan
It is located in a very beautiful garden in the city, close to the museum of natural sciences.
#2 of 16 Museums in Brescia
Site actually has two smaller museums
Almost spoils the rest of the museums.