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Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

Open Now: 1:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
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The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is a historic house museum that exquisitely expresses an extraordinary adventure of collecting at the end of the 19th century. The protagonists were two brothers: the Barons Fausto and Giuseppe Bagatti Valsecchi.
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Via Santa Spirito 10 Via Gesu' 5, 20121 Milan, Italy
Centro Storico
+39 02 7600 6132
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed January 14, 2013

Stepping from the 21st century bustle in the middle of the most famous shopping area in Milan into the peaceful beauty of the Renaissance. In the 19th century the wealthy Bagatti Valsecchi brothers turned their home into a private Renaissance Palazzo. Their family continued to...More

5  Thank Fabian_vK
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed November 14, 2013

This home of an aristocratic family is right in the center of the fashion district. The living quarters have been restored and illustrate how rich Milanese lived around 1900 (it was occupied by descendants until 1975). Though richly decorated, all the rooms were without exception...More

3  Thank MannyG2000
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This museum houses a fantastic amount of art in a setting that served as a family home until 1974. The house received great attention to detail duplicating a Renaissance mansion, so no feature was overlooked where furnishings, decoration, flooring, etc. are concerned. It's a time...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Quite unexpectedly, it appeared to be an incredibly impressive house museum. I doubt that this place was a particularly comfy place to live in and, probably, was never meant that way. More likely, the two Bagatti Valsecchi brothers were indeed a gifted collectors and had...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A masterpiece in interior architecture, this house museum displays the art, furniture and precious objects collected by two brothers in the 19th Century. These treasures from the Italian Renaissance are beautifully presented in an impressive succession of grand yet intimate rooms and are a wonderful...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

You’ll sort of love this one. While poorly signed and with an audio guide that drones on and on, it’s still a worthwhile visit. And it’s serenely quiet which makes for a welcome break in bustling Milan. Just don’t expect a personal glimpse into how...More

1  Thank Sig79
Benedetta M, Responsabile Comunicazione at Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thank you for coming. If we liked you, come back soon to visit us ... maybe during the evening concerts

Reviewed August 3, 2018

My third visit- it gets better & better. This is a really wonderful private house. One gets the idea of how wealthy Europe was so long ago- Italy seems to have been in the lead.More

Thank premolars208
Benedetta M, Head of communication at Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, responded to this reviewResponded August 20, 2018

hank you very much, Hooray H, for your important review: it is a pleasure to hear that you appreciates the Museum so much that you have already come back twice. Have you tried our audioguide and our APP? The Museum hides so many secrets that...More

Reviewed August 2, 2018

Brothers Fausto and Giuseppe Bagatti Valsecchi shared the same dream – to decorate their home in the Italian Renaissance style and furnish it accordingly with art and decorative objects. They began this ambitious undertaking in the 1880s; the house is a testament to their resounding...More

3  Thank Linda_in_Quincy
Benedetta M, Head of communication at Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, responded to this reviewResponded August 20, 2018

Dear Linda_in_Quincy, let us sincerely thank you for your precious words. The Museum does still share the dream of the two Bagatti Valsecchi brothers, as it tries to preserve the collections as much as possible and to spread the Museum's culture and heritage: it is...More

Reviewed June 13, 2018

I'll admit that I really like tours of homes, villas, and the like, but this home was over the top spectacular. I've seen my share of Renaissance furniture, furnishings, weapons, and art in museums, but I've never seen a home decorated so credibly in a...More

2  Thank KerryandTim
Benedetta M, Communication manager at Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, responded to this reviewResponded June 26, 2018

Thank you very much, KerryandTim, for your precious and nice words: we do really appreciate them! We are pleased to hear that you enjoyed your visit at our Museum and we agree with you: our freem audioguides are the best way to learn everything about...More

Reviewed May 19, 2018

Tucked away in the Golden Triangle shopping area of Milan, this museum was worth the visit. The sign for the Museum of Innocence of Orhan Pamuk grabbed my attention but the museum itself is a tribute to the personal collections of the Valsecchi brothers. Each...More

2  Thank lovetravel282015
Benedetta M, Communication manager at Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, responded to this reviewResponded May 21, 2018

Many thanks for your visit and review! Have you tried our mobile APP?

Reviewed May 2, 2018

Together with the Poldi-Pezzoli museum one of the less known museums. Small but worth visiting, also walking distance from the duomo. A renaissance palace belonging to two brothers who spent their life collecting furniture and art. It has still a "home" feeling ...Excellent English signage...More

4  Thank Lutgarde V
Benedetta M, Communication manager at Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, responded to this reviewResponded May 4, 2018

Thanks to your review Lutgarde!

Reviewed April 2, 2018

Well worth a visit for travellers of all ages, sightseeing often queue,s unless you are early,educational too.

2  Thank karen c
Benedetta M, Responsabile comunicazione at Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, responded to this reviewResponded May 4, 2018

Thank you!

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