La Triennale di Milano, Milan

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#14 of 74 in Museums in Milan
La Triennale di Milano serves as a museum at the forefront of contemporary art, architecture, and design. Unlike most museums, its exhibits are constantly changing, ranging from those highlighting Italian design, music, and digital arts to urban planning and more. Major artists and designers such as Keith Haring, Roy Lichtenstein, Giorgio Armani, and Louis Vuitton have had exhibits on display in the past, and the international Milan Triennial Exhibition of Decorative Arts and Modern Architecture is held here every three years. Put La Triennale di Milano on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Milan planning app .
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  • A unique structure that in its own way expresses the care and attention you devote to Milan and to the city. Counter this affection with a visit manages to appease the mind and heart. Whether you are passionate about games, sculpture, painting, fashion, design, architecture or even food, you'll find everything and more. I this time I was drawn to "troubled land" and after seeing this show, I can say that I would have gladly paid to see it (it's free in fact) and I think everyone who visits will agree with me in saying that it is an exhibition well made and impact. If you fail this time, visit Triennale in another occasion worth it regardless.
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  • Still a great place to discover before or after the visit of the Castle and Sempione Park. It is a museum on the design so rare. Currently there is an exhibition on the design for children is very playful and colorful. To do with the children without problem. It's very big. Please allow at least two hours to visit.
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  • I visited yesterday morning this museum located inside the remarkable cultural proposals, Sempione Park. meet Different personal tastes. In my opinion not to be missed: the RESTLESS EARTH "on the issue of migrations that mark our time and really does think overcoming the usual clichés. And then "CARLO RAMOUS" Lombard sculptor of the 20th century, but not only a sculptor. And for kids "GIRO GIRO TONDO" that is an amazing journey on all that Italian design has developed for the world of children. Obviously worth a stop on the triennale garden, enriched with works fine, even for Dagli. A coffee to conclude this route really constructive for everyone. One ticket for all our present (not just the ones I mentioned) € 10.00. comododa Place to reach both by car and public transport. Go mind, even if you are not particular fans of art world.
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  • Very nice museum with friendly guides and free wifi. I also had an aperitivo there which had a nice view of the park below. Great food but my company paid so I have no idea what it cost.
  • Interesting museum specially during the Milan Arch Week 2017. Amazing free lectures from worldwide architects were held there and the place normally dull was suddenly all alive. Great experience. Food at the bar is good and fresh but a bit expensive. Fences that separate the Parco Sempione from the Triennale building are though ridiculous even if one can understand that they are there for more security. "Il giardino oltre il muro" has definitely more value to become "Il giardino senza il muro"...
  • Go there during the design week or the Triennial, or there is not much to see. But they do have some free exhibitions from time to time. In a word, just check their website before you go.
  • Not a very interesting museum. Has a nice restaurant on the top with a good view.
  • Very cool museum featuring various works from Italian designers. The Mario Bellini exhibition was on while I was there, which I would highly recommend

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