“TOP 3 museums in Milan” article has been written based on research of all google’s reviews of museums in Milan and people’s ratings of this museums. Milan ’s museums below have the best ranks from all of them.
If you visit Milan you have to see these 3 museums on your trip.
#1 Bagatti Valsecchi Museum in Milan
Address: Via Gesù, 5, 20121 Milan MI, Italy
The museum is located in the heart of Quadrilatero della Moda.
Established in 1975, the Bagatti Valsecchi Onlus Foundation is a private law firm and was identified by the heirs of Fausto and Giuseppe as a tool to preserve the unified preservation of the complex formed by art collections and historic apartments on the noble floor of the homonymous palace. Since 1998 it has acquired the status of Onlus (non-profit organization of social utility).
Today, the Bagatti Valsecchi Onlus Foundation has the mission of managing the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, which preserves and exhibits to the public, in its environment and inseparable, the art collection of the Fausto and Giuseppe Bagatti Valsecchi collections, collection which can never be dismembered.
#2 Museo Martinitt e Stelline in Milan
Address: Corso Magenta, 57, 20123 Milan MI, Italy
The Martinitt and Stelline Museum, realized by the Milanese Martinitt Institute and Stelline and Pio Albergo Trivulzio, was opened on January 19, 2009.
The museum manages the archives and cultural heritage of three of Milan's most important institutions: the orphanage of the Martinitt, born in the first half of the sixteenth century; the orphanage of the Stelline, born in the second half of the sixteenth century; the Pio Albergo Trivulzio, opened in 1771.
Inside the Museum are the historical archives of the three institutes, from 1800 to 1960, and part of Martinitt's library, with more than twenty thousand volumes.
The center qualifies as a "cultural container" of particular importance: there are study and consultation halls, a lecture hall, public consultation offices, the office for material requests, and finally a consultation room catalogs (inventories, holders, kit tools).
The scientific activity of the Museum is also intense: in addition to the normal activities of use, there are also didactic workshops, which allow the participants to concretely experience the profession of the historian. In addition, the most fascinating archive documents are dedicated to evening readings.
#3 Rondanini Pieta Museum in Milan
Address: Castello Sforzesco, Piazza Castello, 20121 Milan MI, Italy
Concurrently with Expo 2015, the famous Pietà Rondanini has found a new home. Pietà Rondanini represents the spiritual testament of Michelangelo who carved it until a few days before his death in 1564. After being recovered by Marquis Giuseppe Rondinini (the real name), a sophisticated Roman collector, for several centuries he was not more accessible, until 1952 the sculpture was purchased by the City of Milan and exhibited for the first time in 1956 on the occasion of the reopening of the Museums of the Castle in the second post-war period. Almost sixty years later, sculpture is reborn with new energy. All to admire.
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—Lubomir Spisak, Top 3 museums in Milan, T-Cities.xyz