Poldi Pezzoli Museum

EXPLORE

A great collection in a fascinating place

Created thanks to the passion for art-collecting of  the noble Milanese Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli (1822-1879), the Poldi Pezzoli is one of the most important and famous house-museums in the world, close to the Scala theatre and to the fashion district. This house-museum, beloved by the Milanese and international public, opened in 1881. It fascinates not only for the charm of the rooms evoking the past (from medieval times to the 18th century up to the Armoury with a work by the contemporary artist Arnaldo Pomodoro), but also for the variety and richness of its collections. Masterpieces by Old Masters, sculptures, carpets, lace and embroidery, arms and armour, jewels, porcelain, glass, furniture, sundials and clocks: over 5000 extraordinary pieces, from Antiquity to the 19th century, suspended in a magical atmosphere.

Via Manzoni 12 - 20121 Milano

MM3 Montenapoleone or Duomo

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Open from 10am to 6pm

Closed on Tuesday

Regular Ticket: € 10,00

Reduced Ticket: € 7,00

Case Museo Card € 20,00

Admission to all 4 House Museums

ARTWORKS

NEWS

The Virgin and Child

Sandro Botticelli, 1480-81
Tempera on panel

Trust in God

Lorenzo Bartolini, 1836
Marble

Portrait of a Woman

Piero del Pollaiolo, 1475
Tempera and oil on panel

The Chariot of Diana

Southern Germany, 1610
Clock with automata

Hunting Carpet

North-western Persia, 1542-43
Wool, silk, cotton

Table

Florence, 1810
Green Corsica jasper, semi-precious stones, ebony, bronze

Borromeo Helmet

Pompeo della Cesa, 16th century Steel

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