Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

Museo Bagatti Valsecchi

The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, nestled in downtown historic Milan, Italy, is an authentic “Italian Renaissance time capsule” assembled by collectors at the end of the 19th century.

One of Europe’s most important and best preserved historic house museums, the luxurious Bagatti Valsecchi Museum offers visitors a chance to explore the Neo-Renaissance mansion of the aristocratic brothers, Fausto and Giuseppe, who wanted to live like Renaissance princes, so they furnished their 16th – 19th century home with Italian Renaissance art and furniture which they collected just for this purpose. The house and collections have been preserved just as the brothers wished them to be seen at the end of the 19th century.

The museum, open from 1-5:45 PM every day except Monday and certain public holidays, has information cards in each room in Italian, English, German, French, Spanish, Russian and Japanese for adults; cards for children are available in Italian and also in English. Audio guides in Italian, English, French and Japanese for adults are available free-of-charge with entrance ticket purchase (for children, only in Italian), and it is possible to reserve a guided tour in English and other languages in advance (groups are encouraged to reserve).

Exhibitions and events

Virtual exhibitions

Last free guided tour in English in 2018 - Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

Event on 11.12.2018 15:00

Oh, Come All Ye Faithful...on Dec 11 @ 3PM to 2018's last free tour in English at the marvelous Bagatti Valsecchi Museum in historic downtown Milan. This house museum presents its richly decorated...

Christmas holidays, you and the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum

Event on 07.01.2019

Come nose around our aristocratic rooms full of Italian Renaissance art and furniture; use of audio guides and info cards in English free with entrance fee...they'll help you satisfy your curiosity....

Educational programs

Educational programs


Experience history firsthand together with your kids or students in the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum's evocative rooms still furnished with Italian Renaissance art and decorative arts as they were at...


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