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Museo del Novecento, Milan
(4.3/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web)
One of the most important art galleries in Italy, Museo del Novecento showcases 20th century international art. The Arte Povera, Spatialism, and Furturism collections are the highlights. The first room of the museum holds Pellizza Da Volpedo's iconic painting "The Fourth Estate." You must pay admission to see the rest of the museum and the works of Modigliani, Boccioni, Balla, Carrà, and others. Lockers are free. A restaurant-bar offers a view of Duomo square. To visit Museo del Novecento on your trip to Milan, use our Milan vacation trip planner.
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  • the museo del 900 is a path of art from the early 900 till nowadays I found very interesting the part of futurism
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  • much to see! Be enjoyed in peace. Many masters of 900 missed both as building (a small Guggenheim on structure of twenty years) both as works.
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  • At the Royal Palace a very long queue to Rubens, the Museum of 900 practically deserted! And it's a shame because the exhibition boom 60 is interesting and well illustrated. Beautiful works, but mostly enjoyable read the pages of contemporary Japan. Many photos and magazine covers.
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  • Their exhibits aren't very well-organized and the path throughout the museum isn't well-marked/well-designed. Some parts of the museum were quite interesting and beautiful while others were not. I'd say that I recommend seeing the top floor as it has a beautiful view of the Duomo. Also, some of the latter displays are more modern and quite interesting. Including a few rooms that you walk into that require signing a waiver beforehand.... It's free if you're under 25, and not too expensive otherwise. Worth seeing, but could use significant improvement.
  • Great visit, check the timetable: some days the entrance is free after a certain hour!
  • Great museum, it really have to be seen if you're in Milan, a great voyage in 900s art, from futurism to our days. It's free under the age of 25.
  • Not the best I have seen judging the permanent collection, but I guess it's the best Italy has to offer. I wish they would do more in this genre. Anyhow, you will be entertained!
  • One of the most interesting museum of Milan. Masterpieces of the last century