To enjoy the best possible visitor experience, see below for information on the services
offered by the Gallerie d’Italia – Piazza Scala.
On the lower floor, you will find a supervised coatroom where you can leave your umbrellas, rucksacks and large bags. The service is free.
The Gallerie d’Italia in Milan have changing tables available and are ready to accommodate requests from families.
A Wi-Fi connection is available for free – subject to registration – during museum opening hours.
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Guided group tours of the temporary exhibitions and permanent collections are available, subject to reservation (25 people maximum):
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Thanks to a collaboration between the Gallerie d’Italia and Civita Mostre e Musei, in every room you can find young culture mediators ready to offer you information, satisfy your curiosity and guide you as you experience the collections of the Gallerie d’Italia in Milan.
Look for the “ChiediMI” pin and start your tour!
A new reference point for gastronomic culture that openly dialogues with the museum of Gallerie d’Italia, a cultural and artistic landmark in the heart of Milan.
From Tuesday to Sunday: 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM
The bookshop has temporarily moved downstairs.
From Monday to Sunday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
From Monday to Saturday: 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM / 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM
VÒCE in the garden
Cocktail hour, dinner and after dinner from Monday to Saturday: from 6:00 PM until midnight
At the Gallerie d’Italia in Milan we respect differences: there are no physical or cultural barriers, because we want all visitors to feel at their ease and to be able to tour the museum without any difficulties.
All of the temporary exhibitions and the permanent collections are accessible to visitors with limited mobility thanks to the presence of lifts and elevators.
Furthermore, thanks to collaboration with local organisations, we offer tours and workshops tailored for groups with motor disabilities and cognitive and sensory impairment, as well as people belonging to shelter programmes.
Among these, we recommend the project “Per altri occhi” (“For Other Eyes”), created for blind and partially-sighted visitors, who are able to experience the museum and discover our collections thanks to the tactile panels and Braille descriptions that are always available.
It is also possible to reserve free guided tours for visually-impaired visitors, conducted in collaboration with the Centro di Riabilitazione Visiva di Pavia, the IRCCS Fondazione Salvatore Maugeri and the Museo Omero di Ancona.
These guided tours are free, subject to reservation.
Download the document “Museo a più voci” (“The Museum of Many Voices”) to learn more about all the projects developed in 2017 and about the associations we partner with.
For further information on visiting the museum or to arrange specific tours, contact us at email@example.com