How to get there by public transport
By underground: M1 and M3 lines (Cadorna stop),
By bus: 61,
By tram: 1, 4, 19.
By train: Cadorna railway station.
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At 50 m from the entrance, in Viale Alemagna, there are 2 parking spaces reserved for disabled parking permit holders. 2 more parking spaces are in Via Luigi Camoens, about 200 m from the Museum.
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Information for visitors
Visitors with disabilities (100% disabled persons, blind and deaf people or those have an indennità di accompagnamento) can get tickets at reduced price while the companion is free of charge. For more information, please visit: https://triennale.org/en/visit/plan-your-visit
At the Infopoint 2 manual wheelchairs are available on request.
Disabled visitors can book: a guided tour by writing to: firstname.lastname@example.org
or educational activities by writing to: email@example.com specifying their needs.
The entrance has 3 consecutive steps (14 cm) or an inclined ramp on the left side of the façade (slope of 5%, 5 m long, handrail on both sides).
To enter the building you must overcome two consecutive double-leaf doors (79 cm wide each).
The Palazzo dell'Arte, where the Triennale is, is a wide building on different floors: 0, +1, +2, -1 and a garden.
On the ground floor there are:
Infopoint/cloakroom, Ticket office, Spazio Education, Bookshop, Cafeteria, some exhibition rooms among which the Museo del Design Italiano, a restroom equipped for disabled people and one dedicated to children.
On the 1° floor there are:
exhibition rooms, conference rooms, a restroom equipped for disabled persons.
On the 2° floor there are:
the “Terrazza Triennale” restaurant.
On floor -1 there are:
the Triennale Milano Teatro, a restroom equipped for disabled persons, the way to reach the garden.
In the entrance hall, on the ground floor, there are:
- the info-point (counter height 101 cm)
- the ticket office (counter height 110 cm with a part lowered at 78 cm)
- the Spazio Education: a room for educational activities for visitors of all ages (hinged door – 115 cm – wide spaces)
- the Bookshop: a room with shelves and displays at different heights and wide passageways
In the exhibition rooms there are cultural mediators at your disposal for information on exhibitions and tourist reception services.
The lift is in the entrance hall on the ground floor near the bookshop and it links all the floors of the building (-1, 0, +1, +2). It has the following features:
- door width: 80 cm, cabin 133x157 cm,
- raised control panel at a maximum height of 118 cm,
- acoustic and visual signal for arrival at the floor
- emergency bell at a maximum height of 123 cm.
The Triennale hosts many events and temporary exhibitions. It also hosts the Museo del Design Italiano where some of the objects that made the history of the Italian design are displayed.
All exhibition spaces on the ground floor and on the first floor are accessible.
The Museo del Design Italiano is on the ground floor; the exhibition itinerary develops among pedestals and showcases (maximum height: 70 cm, good pivoting space for wheelchairs) where some design object are displayed. In correspondence of some works of art there is a telephone where you can listen to a recorded presentation of the object made by its designer.
The garden is in the back of the building. To reach it from the hall in the entrance you must reach floor -1 by lift and then follow an accessible itinerary leading to the garden. It's a grass without paths but has some seats and the “Caffé giardino” Cafeteria open during summer. There you can admire “I bagni misteriosi”, a famous fountain by De Chirico.
On the ground floor there is a restroom equipped for people with disability and one for children.
The second restroom equipped for people with disability is on the first floor and has the following characteristics:
- toilet with hinged door (90 cm wide)
- suspended washbasin (clear floor space: in front 160 cm)
- suspended toilet (clear floor area: in front: 95 cm; on the right side: 27 cm; on the left side 140 cm; grab bar on the left side of the toilet and handrail on the right side).
- high contrast symbols indicating toilet facilities, positioned at eye level, using medium to large size letters.
On floor -1, near the Theater hall, there is an equipped toilet for people with disabilities with the following characteristics:
- dressing room with hinged door (89 cm wide) and suspended washbasin (clear floor area: in front: 200 cm)
- toilet with sliding door (83 cm wide) and suspended washbasin (clear floor area: in front: 100 cm)
- floor-standing toilet (clear floor area: in front: 100 cm; on the right side: 26 cm; on the left side: 115 cm).
Emergency routes are well indicated. There is an acoustic and visual alarm.
The Cafeteria is on the ground floor and can be reached from the entrance by crossing the hall. It's on a raised platform preceded by 8 steps or, to avoid them, you can use a stairlift. It has a large room (70 seats), furnished with square tables with a central leg (free space underneath 73 cm). Meals for people with celiac disease, vegetarian and vegans are provided.
“Terrazza Triennale” Restaurant
The restaurant is on the second floor and from here you have a wonderful view on Milan's skyline. It has a hinged door (102 cm wide), an inside room and a terrace; it is furnished with four leg tables (clear space underneath 73 cm).
Meals for people with celiac disease, vegetarian and vegans are provided.