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Mudec, Milan

(3.1/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
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  • a bit far from the metro. Row outside (because in the view of Basquiat block let mah!!!) then row inside for tickets and line for the valet. View very interesting. For the Museum and its permanent collections account to go back one more time hoping not to do three rows as on this occasion.
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  • I discovered it thanks to the exhibition of Basquiat and its structure I liked very much. Even the exhibition was laid out very well.
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  • We visited the exhibition Homo scholar that found it really nice and interesting; sore the disorganization at the ticket booth. We had to make an outer row despite no was waiting for our show and once called inside we had to again be waiting in line at the checkout, we were also made aware that the entrance to the permanent collection is free even if they are ... ticket needed for that then we had to make a second queue. Well in 2017 would expect a bit more ' of information, organisation and technology. For the rest the book shop while the bistro given the strong turnout presents dirty tables and impractical (recommended your service since the bar of a museum he's normally very busy).
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  • Good management. Nice architecture. A place to visit art exhibitions, spend time at the cafe or design shop. One star minus for not having the free wifi.
  • While a bit further out from the tourist spots in the city, the Mudec is well worth the trek. The permanent exhibition was ambitious and it's wunderkummer well executed, providing a novel take on the well-worn exhibition style. The temporary exhibition on Barbie- the icon was also novel, and I thoroughly enjoyed their approach to understanding the social world through the lens of a universally beloved children's toy. That said, I felt that overall the displays lacked depth and I left not knowing significantly more than I did when I first entered the massive space, but I understand the museum is relatively new and cannot wait to see what shows it puts on in the next few years.
  • What a place ! At least 2/3 exhibitions at the same time then events, bar and restaurant . Internal parking area. Mudec Museum
  • Great place for art lovers + a place to eat and shop sophisticated gifts
  • Recommended, both for temporary and permanent exhibitions