On the first Sunday of each month, Milano invites you to discover its heritage expressed through painting, design, sculpture and architecture.
Pinacoteca di Brera
Stroll through the halls of the Brera Art Gallery to encounter the works of great artists such as Hayez, Caravaggio, Bellini and Raphael.
Castello Sforzesco Museums and Museo del Novecento
Another great destination to note in your journal is the Castello Sforzesco - the museum of museums - that narrates the history of music and sculpture. Not forgetting, of course, Milano’s Museo del Novecento, one of the most attractive and contemporary art venues on the cultural scenario.
Gallery of Modern Art and Leonardo's Last Supper Museum
Joining this impressive list is the Gallery of Modern Art - a splendid neoclassical edifice that houses some of the most famous paintings of the nineteenth century - and, in complete contrast, the Cenacolo Museum where Leonardo's Last Supper is conserved.
Gallerie d'Italia is a spacious and elegant art museum located within an architectural complex that encircles Piazza della Scala.
You might like to continue your Sunday cultural tour with a visit to the Civic Aquarium where you can rediscover the fascination with the oceans.
The permanent exhibition at Armani Silos offers a unique perspective on the creative genius of maestro Giorgio Armani. The display of haute couture garments is inspired by three universal narratives: Androgino, Etnie and Stars (Androgynous, Ethnicity and Stars)
Fondazione Luigi Rovati
To conclude your city tour, admission is also free on the first Sunday of the month at the Luigi Rovati Foundation, a hidden gem in the Liberty area of Porta Venezia, which houses artworks by Picasso and Warhol that dialogue with the Etruscan Museum to create a unique connection between ancient and modern.
For reservations and information see the links below.