Decorative Arts in Milan

Museums

Armani Silos

Armani Silos

Silos is Giorgio Armani’s own museum, dedicated to his fashion designs of the last 40 years, displaying around 600 of his works. The museum is located in the fashionable Tortona area in Milan, in a renovated building that was constructed in 1950 as a granary … [read more]

Castello Sforzesco Milan

Castello Sforzesco Museums

The Castello Sforzesco houses a collection of small museums, which are all accessible with the same ticket and will keep you occupied for quite some time: Antique Furniture & Wooden Sculpture Museum Applied Arts Collection Archaeological Museum (with Egyptian and Prehistoric sections) Museum of Ancient … [read more]

Migliara Giovanni, Veduta di Piazza del Duomo in Milano (1819)

Museo del Duomo

Museo del Duomo (Duomo Museum) is the museum of Milan’s striking cathedral and relates to and reveals its history and art, as well as the activity of the “Veneranda Fabbrica” (Venerable Factory). The Factory was established in 1387, by Gian Galeazzo Vis­conti, with the aim … [read more]

Teatro alla Scala - Milan

Museo Teatrale alla Scala

The Museo Teatrale alla Scala (Scala Theatre Museum) is located inside the famous Teatro alla Scala opera house, one of the leading opera and ballet theatres in the world. The museum covers Italian theatrical history in general, as well as the history of the opera … [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 … [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 … [read more]