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Pinacoteca Ambrosiana

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Pinacoteca Ambrosiana

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Enjoy a combination of cultural highlights and voguish shopping on this half-day tour of Milan that includes skip-the-line admission to Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper. This tour lets people pressed for time see La Scala, Santa Maria delle Grazie, Castello Sforzesco, and Milan Cathedral, and shop—a Milan must-do activity—without feeling rushed. The tour includes a stop at La Scala’s public box and museum.
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Kingsley Flint wrote a review Sep 2020
Cossonay, Switzerland162 contributions151 helpful votes
We saw an amazing selection of beautiful artworks including the surviving cartoon of Raphael’s massive fresco at the Vatican, the only such full size drawing still in existence; wonderful paintings by Leonardo da Vinci, together with pages from his Codex Atlanticus; paintings by so many great artists such as Brueghel the Elder, Tintoretto, and many of the greatest painters From the 14th to 15th centuries. What a stunning collection!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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blairkk25 wrote a review Feb 2020
New Jersey2,081 contributions591 helpful votes
I visited the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in December 2019. I had a hard time finding it and ended up walking around for 45 minutes with my map and asking several people (in Italian) for directions. But my persistence paid off. The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana is a beautiful museum but it is poorly lit. The ticket cost 15 euros. They provided a good museum plan in English and other languages which gave good guidance on the key works of art to look at. Some of the works of art in this museum include - paintings by Botticelli, Titian, Caravaggio, Breugel and many others. A cartoon by Raphael. A staircase with a beautiful mosaic panorama. Statues in the courtyard. A library with items of Leonardo da Vinci. After the library is a nice bookstore and gift shop. I had an enjoyable visit. But make sure you get precise walking directions to the museum.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ARose wrote a review Jan 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina920 contributions344 helpful votes
Almost missed this exhibit because i was focused on attending some of the bigger ticket items. This museum has a lot to it including the Da Vinci codex exhibit. There are a lot of artwork and artifacts housed here. There are 3 levels of exhibits i think, plenty of rooms to make your way through. The Da Vinci exhibit is last before a small bookshop. Toilets are only at the entrance. Take the lift downstairs.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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tinaNtravel wrote a review Dec 2019
San Jose, California1,338 contributions563 helpful votes
The courtyard is very beautiful. The library is interesting as is the artwork inside the museum. I found the one large hall with the statues particularly interesting as well as the very pretty mosaic under the stairs. I bought the Leonardo 5 ticket in order to see the Last Supper, which had been sold out almost two months before my visit. This museum was included with the 5-pass, and I am glad it was, as it was worth the visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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njw_to wrote a review Dec 2019
Toronto, Canada298 contributions99 helpful votes
I was surprised at how great this gallery in the library is. Some very I teresing pieces and a unique building
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Date of experience: October 2019
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