Museums in Milan

Milan is one of the world’s great cities, as well as one of the world’s main commercial and financial centers. In addition, it is one of the destinations chosen by almost all travelers visiting Italy.

If you are going to travel to Milan and you like cultural and artistic tourism, here are the best museums in Milan so you don’t miss out on the best and most varied they offer. Take note:

Cenacolo Vinciano Museum : A former convent where Leonardo da Vinci painted the entire wall with a fresco of ‘The Last Supper’, one of the great works of history. It has been restored several times and has now recovered the splendor of yesteryear as it was deteriorating quite a bit.

‘La Scala’ Theater Museum : Here you can see interesting exhibitions with various sets and theater costumes that have great historical and artistic value. There are rooms dedicated to the composer Giuseppe Verdi and others have musical instruments from all kinds of periods and various costumes that belonged to greats from various artistic disciplines such as María Callas or Rudolf Nureyev.

Pinacoteca di Brera : It was created by Napoleon Bonaparte and houses a large number of works that were confiscated in convents and churches throughout Europe. In the courtyard there is a statue of Napoleon.

Pinacoteca Ambrosiana : It is the oldest museum in the city and has been open since 1609. It houses works by artists such as Rafael, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci or Caravaggio. In addition, it has a large library that keeps some ancient manuscripts, books and codes.

Museum of Ancient Art : It is in the spectacular Sforzesco castle and houses some of the most important sculptures in the history of the region, some of them made by Michelangelo.