Museo Diocesano di Milano, Milan

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  • This is a very interesting Museum to visit as well as having a permanent collection often also exhibits specific exhibitions or works of art of ancient art, usually a subject obviously sacred, but sometimes even modern or contemporary art. To visit! Among other things, is located inside the "Parco delle Basiliche", and also has a magnificent 15th century cloister where in summer you can attend numerous concerts and lectures on art, in the evening, at the cost of limited ingress or sometimes, also having the possibility to have a drink or dinner before the concert itself, then this is a great location in summer in the Moonlight , romantic and culturally very interesting!! Highly recommended!
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  • Personally I would not recommend to visit the Diocesan Museum if already there is nearby, because in Milan there are other things to see before. Of course, if you already in the area (maybe to visit the Church of Sant'Eustorgio), then you can spend a pleasant hour or so inside this Museum, which, while not offering real masterpieces, still gives no idea of what has been the art of the Diocese of Milan over the centuries.
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  • Despite the cost of the ticket but the Museum does not offer anything beautiful. Poorly maintained untidy but mostly desert. A big disappointment given that Milan is Italy's largest diocese.
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  • Nice little museum, ticket includes access to the nearby chapel and catacombs. No great masterpieces, but a pleasant eclectic mix of different collections.
  • This is a "to-die-for" museum. Superb in every way. It's late Gothic collection is stunning example of how warm and realistic the pre-renaissance masters had become. Almost makes one pity the transformations of high Renaissance style and tortured Mannerist decadence
  • Good afternoon, I was this morning-4 December-at the Museum, first Sunday of the month, with my wife, to see the adoration of the Magi by a. Durer. I gave up why spend 16.00 euros to see a painting is absurd. The ticket, that's right, includes a visit to the Diocesan Museum, the Museum of the Basilica of Sant'Eustorgio, the Portinari Chapel and the early Christian Cemetery with validity 30 days but for Milan who have repeatedly seen these things doesn't make sense. I don't agree with the choices of direction and expect an explanation. Kind regards
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  • This museum was built from an intuition of the card. Martini.
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  • Good collection of sacred art, well exposed, although the Organization box offices and access system is confusing.
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