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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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  • Less well known than many other Museum is located in Milan, but worth a visit: Italy galleries are in piazza della Scala, to the right of the famous theatre, and have both a permanent collection exhibitions. Very interesting those dedicated to the masterpieces found — restored works that are on public display here before returning to their places of origin. The permanent exhibition is divided between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and is explained very well by the audio guide, which you can get for free on the lower level, where there is also a convenient wardrobe. After the visit, it is definitely advisable a stop in the cafeteria, serving delicious coffee.
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  • It was an amazing experience with a wide variety of art works by Italian artists in a very impressive building. There is a lot to see so I would allow half a day to do it justice. 
  • Rainy Saturday. Which Museum to visit? We moved often across the galleries without entering. Today we decide to do so. The part of the twentieth century is very well taken care of. Divided by themes, with well exposed and important works: Fontana, Burri, Sadler among all. The nineteenth century is a walk in the old Milan. The ships today are covered, the Duomo, the clothes of passers-by, the alleys. Also the program seems very interesting initiatives such as the reading of the betrothed, as I now over twenty years ago already, but in Varenna.
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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