If you are under 25, or you are a university student, you can visit numerous museums and cultural venues in Milano at a reduced price.


Here are the venues with reduced admission for young persons, and all the info needed for the visit. Don't forget: many museums permanently offer free admission or are open for free every first Sunday of the month.

Reductions for university students with relevant I.D. card

Be enthralled by the Milanese museums

Always carry your student card with you: the following Milanese museums offer reduced admission for university students.


  • MIC - Interactive Cinematographic Museum

Maybe you didn't know that the MIC - the Interactive Cinematographic Museum, in the Bicocca area of Milano - is for all cinema lovers. Enjoy an immersive experience that will make you feel like you’re part of a movie, go behind the scenes, compose your own soundtrack or dub your favourite film.


  • Diocesan Museum

Seeking a moment of peace and tranquillity? The Diocesan Museum in the Sant'Eustorgio Cloisters exudes a calm and relaxed atmosphere, and offers admission reductions to the museum (free for students of the Faculty of Cultural Heritage, Architecture and Design and the Academy of Fine Arts)


  • House Museums 

You have received an invitation to travel through time but you don't quite believe it? Seeing is believing, the Bagatti Valsecchi and Poldi Pezzoli House Museums narrate the traditions and opulence of two noble Milanese families in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.


  • Luigi Rovati Foundation

To conclude this cultural city tour, student discount is also available for entry to the Luigi Rovati Foundation, an Art Nouveau gem in Corso Venezia, which houses works by Picasso and Warhol in close dialogue with the Etruscan Museum, to create a connection between ancient and modern. 

Discounts available for all students (with ID)

Milano opens the doors of its museums to all students, offering numerous reductions. Discover them all.


  • The Prada Foundation, Villa Necchi Campiglio, Armani Silos and ADI Museum 

For those who love design, a visit to the Prada Foundation, Villa Necchi Campiglio, the Armani Silos temple of fashion and the ADI Design Museum Compasso d'Oro (free for IED students) cannot be missed.

Four venues that offer interesting perspectives on a city that is perpetually immersed in design.

Please note that the reductions for admission to the Prada Foundation are reserved only for high school and university students in Milano.


  • Triennale Milano

It is impossible to talk about Design and exclude the Palazzo della Triennale which offers generous student reductions.


  • La Scala Theatre Museum

It is impossible not to fall in love with the Teatro alla Scala and its impressive museum, where many theatrical treasures are on display.

Also not to be missed is the Prima della Scala UNDER30 initiative, a unique opportunity to enjoy a magical evening at half price.


  • Manzoni's residence

Tour of the life and poetry of Manzoni commencing from his home in Milano, a place of interest to get better acquainted with the Milanese writer, poet and playwright who was renowned for his masterpiece I Promessi Sposi (The Betrothed).

His residence is located in Via Morone 1, a short walk from the Teatro alla Scala.

Reductions for age groups

Reductions for 18 to 25s

Are you between 18 and 25 years old? Milano has special discounts for you.


  • Pinacoteca di Brera, GAM Modern Art Gallery and the Museo del Novecento

Let yourself be enchanted by the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Modern Art Gallery and the Museo del Novecento which exhibit numerous masterpieces of modern and contemporary art. Reduced admission for young persons and university students.


  • Castello Sforzesco Museums and the Archaeological Museum

Art meets history at the Castello Sforzesco Museums and the Archaeological Museum, which offer reduced admission to young persons aged between 18 and 25, to university students and to students of the Academies of Fine Arts.


  • Civic Aquarium and Natural History Museum

Nature and different ecosystems can be discovered at the Civic Aquarium and the Natural History Museum: are you ready to explore the ocean depths or meet the life forms that populate the earth's surface?


  • Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology

For inquiring minds, from the age of 3 to 26, reduced admission is also available at the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology where, among the many treasures, you can admire the largest permanent exhibition in the world dedicated to the genius da Vinci.


  • Last Supper 

Lastly, it is impossible to miss a visit to the Last Supper, one of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpieces, a precious vestige of his time spent in Milano. The Last Supper is a masterpiece, bequeathed to the city of Milan by the eclectic Italian genius. Reservations are always required; discounts are available for visitors aged 18 to 25.

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