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Museo del Novecento

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Museo del Novecento

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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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blairkk25 wrote a review Feb 2020
New Jersey2,078 contributions556 helpful votes
I visited the Museo del Novecento in December 2019. It is one of the few museums that is open on Mondays as most Milan museums are closed on Mondays. I had to wait in a long line to buy a ticket which cost 5 euros. There were a few paintings by Picasso, Matisse, Modigliani, Kandinsky. But most of the museum is dedicated to Italian artists with a focus on the years 1920 to present. As you work your way up to the top floor, you can get a great view of the Duomo and Piazza del Duomo.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Beto79 wrote a review Jan 2020
Lille, France655 contributions307 helpful votes
I truly enjoyed the experience at the Museum del Novecento. It has a wonderful collection of contemporary italian Artists (e.g. Lucio Fontana, Piero Manzoni, Salvatore Scarpita) in a beautiful setting right next to the Duomo. There are few early XX artists as well. The place is huge and while I was there it had some intriguing optical art exposition. If you are overwhelmed by classical renaissance art (Brera), , this could be a nice break. On the down side, there is not cafe and the gift shop was poor; I was expecting more from this venue.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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10Alpaca10 wrote a review Nov 2019
Milan, Italy92 contributions51 helpful votes
This is not a very well known museum although in central Milan and well worth a visit. It is an old building which has been modernised well with excellent galleries, good lighting and polite, helpful staff. At the moment there is an large exhibition of the works of an Italian painter, de Pisis. His paintings are later than the Impressionists, very vital, you can see he spent a lot of time outside capturing the moment on canvas and the results are to be admired. My only complaint is the really atrocious English translations. What a pity! They mar a very pleasant exhibition.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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CavMcDs wrote a review Nov 2019
Reading, United Kingdom194 contributions114 helpful votes
We visited with our 3 teenage children and were pleasantly surprised by the entrance fee. We all enjoyed the visit, but the highlight for my children were the experiential modern pieces on the top floor. It’s a good sized gallery with a good balance of styles and pieces.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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tjmU4374LJ wrote a review Nov 2019
San Juan Islands, Washington439 contributions117 helpful votes
The real hits of this modern art museum are on its entry floor -- fabulous Italian Futurist paintings and sculpture. We were happy but "visually full" when we reached the top-most floor with a really outstanding collection of Milan modernism in the 1950s-60s -- straight out of MOMA or something! (Some wacky text accompanies the novocento movement during the Fascist 1920s . . .)
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Date of experience: October 2019
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