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Inside its own museum space, which is part of the Castello Sforzesco. It is amazing to see this sculpture.
Tips - the line was about 30 minutes long for us, and we went on the "free first Sunday" of October, meaning I expect the line...More
This is the only work in this museum, but if you love Michelangelo's captive slaves, you'll love this. Not just unfinished, but unresolved, it is all the more poignant for its uncertainty. Breaking the mould for the pieta as a subject, it is so different...More
The Michelangelo Pieta is in its own museum in the Castello Sforzesco complex. There are a couple of artifacts associated with the artist also, as well as an account of the separate settings given to the sculpture down the years. I think this is an...More
This museum is actually just one room in Castello Sforzesco containing Michelangelo’s last sculpture. There is nothing else here, and as the sculpture itself is mostly unfinished, this place is mostly of value to art history enthusiasts. No reason to buy a separate ticket to...More
To see the last and unfinished work of Michelangelo, the Pieta Rondanini, you first buy a ticket for all the museums in the Castello Sforzesco. Then the dedicated little museum for the Pieta is included. The work itself is clearly indeed, unfinished, although very elegant...More
There is a free entrance to the museum 1 hour before closing so we wanted to ask about that on the reception but the moment we tried to get some information the lady that sells the ticket told us to.move asside for the ppl that...More
We visited Castello Sforzesco on the first Sunday of the month so it was unexpectedly free. A real highlight was seeing Rondanini Pietà by Michelangelo. With it being a free day there was often a line to go in.
Overall it is average as far...More
The pulsating core of Milan is in Centro. Duomo Square is enclosed by the gothic cathedral, the historic icon of Milan. However, shopping is what draws most crowds to this area. The classy and versatile Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II with luxury boutiques and high quality restaurants will turn any shopping or lunch expedition into a royal experience. Head to the rooftop of the flagship La Rinascente to enjoy the
view of the animated square with a panorama of the Duomo. The Corso Vittorio Emanuele II is the street for high-end shopping. Brands of all kinds and street artists attract the attention of all visitors; while at Via Santa Radegonda 16, Luini Panzerotti is a much appreciated street food shop providing unimaginable culinary experiences. If shopping takes its toll on you, consider visiting Castello Sforzesco, a 15th century castle housing several museums. Those looking to relax can go to Parco Sempione, where nature provides respite from the energy of this dynamic and international city.