Historic House in Milan


Museo Bagatti Valsecchi Milan

Museo Bagatti Valsecchi

The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is a 19th century historic house museum located in the centre of Milan, in the middle of the Quadrilatero d’Oro (Golden Rectangle), the prestigious fashion district famous for its designer shops. The house was built in Renaissance style in 1883 in a period when the Renaissance had again become a source … [read more]

La battaglia di Calatafimi, R. Legat (1860)

Museo del Risorgimento

The Museo del Risorgimento (Museum of the Resurgence) – referring to the Unification of Italy – originated when a large collection of relics and documents about the Risorgimento were first brought together for the 1884 Italian General Exhibition in Torino. Since its creation, the museum has played an active role in helping to protect the … [read more]

Palazzo Morando Milano

Palazzo Morando

The Palazzo Morando is located in the heart of Milan’s stylish fashion district, in Via Sant’Andrea, just a stone’s throw from the famous Via Montenapoleone. An elegant 18th century palazzo beautifully decorated and furnished from that period. The palazzo is packed with a rich collection of antique objects, sculptures, period costumes and fine paintings. The … [read more]

Villa Necchi Campiglio - Milan

Villa Necchi Campiglio

Villa Necchi provides an oasis of calm in the centre of Milan. Surrounded by a beautiful garden with swimming pool and tennis court, the villa is an unexpected find an otherwise hectic city. It was built between 1932 and 1935 by architect Piero Portaluppi and served as the home for Angelo Campiglio, his wife and … [read more]