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Museo Poldi Pezzoli

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Via Alessandro Manzoni 12, 20121 Milan Italy
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MontenapoleoneMilan Metro3 min
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Last Supper Tickets and Guide

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Book ahead to reserve your spot on this 'Last Supper' guided tour in Milan, limited to a group of 15 people to ensure an intimate atmosphere. Booking in advance means you avoid the long lines outside of the UNESCO-listed Santa Maria delle Grazie, while guide commentary—heard clearly through provided headsets—reveals little-known information you may have missed if exploring alone.
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Kingsley Flint wrote a review Sep 2020
Cossonay, Switzerland162 contributions151 helpful votes
Full of great paintings by famous artists, including Canaletto, Botticelli, Piera Della Francesca, Mantegna, and ceramics, glass, armour, a lifetime collection of stunning diversity and artistic value. Here you will find paintings you have seen in books on great art. Impossible to do justice to this lovely collection in a short review.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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blairkk25 wrote a review Feb 2020
New Jersey2,078 contributions556 helpful votes
I visited the Museo Poldi Pezzoli in January 2020. It is another excellent museum in Milan. The ticket cost 14 euros. I first went to see Leonardo da Vinci's Litta Madonna. Then I went up the stairs to the first floor which has an unbelievable variety of artifacts and items. This includes paintings (for example - Botticelli, Bellini, Mantegna and many others), frescos, porcelain and China, Murano glass, clocks, watches, jewelry. Back on the ground floor is a collection of armor and weapons. I really enjoyed this museum.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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GenoaFabius wrote a review Dec 2019
Genoa, Italy171 contributions98 helpful votes
It is a little museum very close to la Scala in Manzoni street. There are incredible mastterpieces like "Madonna Litta" from Leonardo da Vinci,coming from Hermitage St Petersburg, together other "Madonna with child" from artist from his workshop like Giovanni Antonio Boltraffio and Marco d’Oggiono together with Francesco Napoletano. Some private collection of 19th century,owned to Poldi Pezzoli family, ancient furnitures, colour window glasses, theme rooms. Interesting!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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cordyroy wrote a review Nov 2019
Naples, Florida2,216 contributions501 helpful votes
An amazing collection, wonderfully displayed, in a very nice 19th cent. palace. Each room has a different theme. We really loved it. This museum is part of the 4 houses pass in Milan.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Procaccia wrote a review Nov 2019
Ness Ziona, Israel323 contributions153 helpful votes
Italy is blessed with many attractive collections of great art. Poldi Pezzoli offers an opportunity to appreciate and enjoy some great masterpieces in an intimate house setting. From trecento masters like Bernardo Daddi to quatrocento giants like Piero della Francesca, Giovani Bellini, Mantegna, Botticelli and Polaiollo the visitor can peacefully absorb the beauty and sincerity of one of the greatest epochs of world art. On top of all this at the present time there is a special exhibition on Leonardo and his legacy with the wonderful Madonna Litta that was brought from the Hermitage museum in Saint Petersburg. A good reason to run and visit this delightful museum before this painting disappears again the foreboding Hermitage.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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