One of the lower cost museums and interesting of Milan and the Museum of the '900, in Piazza Duomo, in the heart of the city.
The museum is housed in the Palazzo dell'Arengario and was inaugurated a few years ago after an interesting restoration that made it possible to modernize the spaces to house a permanent collection that collects important works from the last century.
The cost of the full ticket is only 5 €, children under 25 enter for free and moreover entry is free every day starting two hours before closing and every Friday from 15.30.
A modern spiral ramp leads from the ground floor to the first floor where the museum exhibition begins and where it is possible to see paintings and sculptures of considerable value. The first work you encounter is the very famous "Fourth Estate”By Pelizza da Volpedo, we then move on to see works by Picasso, Braque, Kandinsky, Boccioni, Balla, Morandi, up to the room on the second floor, completely windowed overlooking the square.
From here the view of the surroundings is spectacular and fascinating, you can admire theimposing Duomo, the facade, the Vittorio Emanuele gallery, the palaces and the “bela Madunina” which dominates Milan and which has become the undisputed symbol of the Lombard capital. In the room, a light installation hanging from the ceiling illuminates the room and creates scenographic reflections that oblige the visitor to pause while observing the frenetic city that runs under his gaze.
The room on the top floor houses the most modern works by Luigi Fontana, in an enveloping dark envelope that is the backdrop to the works of one of the most important Italian artists of the twentieth century.
Art, culture, modernity, tradition and a breathtaking view, the winning ingredients of a must-see museum.