Museum of the Twentieth Century

Local nameMuseo del Novecento
LocationMilan, Italy

This museum focuses on artworks by 20th century Italian and foreign artists. Its collection includes about 400 works, mostly paintings, photographs and sculptures that were made from 1902 till the 1970s. Major highlights include works by Braque, Picasso, Matisse or Boccioni. The museum also hosts concerts and temporary exhibitions.

The 3-floor-high museum is organised in sections according to chronological order and artistic movements. When visiting, take notice of the palace in which the museum is located, too. It was designed through a collaboration of several architects, specifically to provide an adequate home to the museum. Especially interesting is its huge spiral staircase.

The museum is easily accessible via public transport, there are subway as well as bus stops (the Duomo) within sight.

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Opening hours

Last admission one hour before closing.

Admission

Adults: €10
Youths (18-25), seniors (65+): €8
Youths (under 18): €5
Children (under 12), disabled: free

Free admission two hours before closing time every day and every Tue from 2 pm.

More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museo_del_Novecento

Official website http://museodelnovecento.org/en/

Twitter https://twitter.com/museodel900

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MuseodelNovecento

Email c.museo900@comune.milano.it

Phone +39 02 88444061

Address 1 Via Guglielmo Marconi, 20122, Milano, IT

Coordinates 45°27'48.448" N 9°11'24.761" E

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