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Pinacoteca di Brera

Via Brera 28 | Brera, 20121 Milan, Italy
+39 390 272 2631
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See some of the world’s most stunning, centuries-old paintings from Italian masters including Caravaggio and Raphael. The gallery’s collection is housed in a 19th century former monastery.
  • Excellent64%
  • Very good27%
  • Average7%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 8:30 AM - 7:15 PM
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
Via Brera 28 | Brera, 20121 Milan, Italy
+39 390 272 2631
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We were in Milan for 7-8 hours and it was cold so we decided to do sth indoor. We went to this place since it has painting from different artists with different styles. I really enjoyed it. My tip is to take a look at...More

Thank Elham S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Such a variety of items to view and the fact that it is also a fine arts training institution made it even more interesting. There is access to the galleries with a small lift for those less able but this facility could definitely be improved....More

Thank Lorene N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

From the outside it looks like many Italian Palazzos: An impressive building. On the inside you find a inviting innercourt.

Thank hollandmill
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Brera , beautiful artistic place in center of Milan . I suggest visit in this area . You can see the very masterpiece to Pinacoteca di Brera and to see the very beautiful National Library Braidense . You can foud also many good romantic restaurants...More

Thank Giuseppe S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a wonderful art gallery with some truly fabulous works. Although not huge in scale the work is of the highest quality and the Brera should be on the list of everyone visiting Milan. From Mantegna to Piero della Francesca, the star-quality works are...More

1  Thank gianlorenzo
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Like many of Milan's museums, this one is tucked away. We missed the full entrance due to filming occurring while walking by. Our visit was also delayed due the drones and filming as we continued our visit. Even when you do enter, it is not...More

Thank CousteauMunson
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Maybe because i'm italian and i'm from milan nad i'm grow up seeing this type of art but i think the Pinacoteca is not one of the best place to visit. I'm not saying is not worth it It has really huge and wonderful paintings...More

Thank sanjiv1982
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Kajaani, Finland
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Mostly basic repetative christian imagery, but there is a number of excellent paintings from famous painters, some of which are not named "Madonna col Bambino". Definitely worth a visit if you happen to pass by.

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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

World class art tastefully presented. Even if you only give it an hour and a half of your time you'll come away enlightened

Thank Selvan S
Reviewed 6 November 2017

One of the greatest art museums one can ever go to. Loads of art pieces, famous and not, which you would fall in love with.

Thank SylvanBorg
Brera captures the real essence of the city. It is an
excellent mix between history and modernity, where
tradition meets innovation. Here design and beauty
reign. On Via Brera there are the famous Pinacoteca
(galleries), the National Gallery of Modern and
Antique Art, and the Academy of Fine Arts. Interior
design boutiques and intellectual cafes are typical of
the district. Walking along Via Madonnina is a must to
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26 April 2017|
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Response from Raluca G | Reviewed this property |
You should ask to the ticket office at the place to be sure. There is no need to buy tickets in advance because it's not a crowded museum even if it has lots of great painting of well known renassance artist. Enjoy your trip!
Lena M
26 April 2017|
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Response from TokyoRory | Reviewed this property |
I walked right in. No wait. (In late March)
Celine L
5 September 2016|
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Response from Yevgeniy N | Reviewed this property |
Hello! I went there Thursday at 7pm, there was no queue at all for tickets. Have a nice time there!
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