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Gallerie d’Italia, Milan
(4.6/5 based on 1,000+ reviews on the web)
Gallerie d’Italia displays paintings and sculptures from the 19th and 20th centuries. Discover works by artists Antonio Cavona, Umberto Boccioni, and others, and see Italy's contribution to modern artistic movements. Glimpse into Milan's past with paintings of iconic buildings, famous battles, and private scenes. Take time to appreciate the grand architecture of the building, and enjoy a stroll through its gardens. Plan your visit to Gallerie d’Italia and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Milan trip builder.
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  • I was yesterday at the exhibition on Canaletto and Bellotto and was beautiful with paintings ever seen and fascinating especially the interactive parts with the Oculus and Museum very elegant and spacious. Thank you very much Valentina who works with you to wardrobe for letting me be your guide and staff friendly. We will revisit!
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  • ... that made me forget to look at the environments that host. Since his first visit to Italy galleries I was overwhelmed by the beauty of the buildings, furnishings, Garden over-and maybe more-than from that of the exhibits (although the works are highly valuable and appreciate it!). And so far, every time I visited the collections or exhibitions temporarily housed, I always also devoted some time to re-look at the stained-glass Windows, ceilings, ... The exhibition Canaletto and Bellotto. The wonder and the light, instead, I was completely absorbed and I was not allowed even a moment's distraction! Has been the relative novelty of the works on display, has been the breadth of the exhibition (a hundred works, including paintings, drawings and etchings), has been the great care in setting (simple but very smart and functional understanding), you have the skill and precision of the guide who escorted me (Milanoguida), but for two hours I didn't have eyes for Bellotto and Canaletto : two great artists, a beautiful view!
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  • Very good the overall level of the structure, the organisation and permanent exhibitions present and which of impromptu (in my case Bellotto and Canaletto). The staff is friendly, the audio guide is included in the entrance ticket (there are two, for permanent and temporal). Exit apart from the book shop there is also a café, spacious and inviting.
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  • Good modern art collection, if puzzling layout. Think Tate-Britain with Italian 19C heroic art. Painting below from 1960s interesting
  • What a beautiful experience. Many Italian painters that I had not had the pleasure of seeing previously as well as familiar names all in a beautiful, and fun to navigate, setting. The gardens are great as well.
  • A beautiful museum with a permanent collection centred around art pieces featuring Milan. Definitely worth a visit!
  • i was really looking forward to this one. but it turned out to be a dissapointment. small, bad lightning and the paintings were not as well displayed as one would expect. the coffee shop made up for a lot though. go for the coffee specials!
  • Place of beauty, but not so big and beautiful as Brera