Morando building hosts the Museum of Fashion, where precious collections of textiles, clothing and accessories are exposed along with paintings, sculptures and prints that illustrate the cityscapes of Milan between the 16th and 19th century. In addition, there are temporary exhibitions organized, commonly dedicated to fashion design and photography.
The interior of the Palazzo Morando is characterized by Rococo style, with a stone staircase, spacious halls, beautiful rooms with mirrors in carved frames, fireplaces and decorations. It was the Countess Lydia Caprara, who donated this building with all its furnishings to the City of Milan in 1945, when it became home to the Museum.
The exhibition halls of the Museum are divided into two distinct paths. The first floor is home to the Art Gallery consisting of collections of paintings, sculptures and prints which altogether illustrate the social evolution and transformation of urban cloths of Milan from the 16th till the 19th century. The second path includes rooms from the 18th century of the apartment Morando Attendolo Bolognini. In 2010, due to modifications made, Palazzo Morando became suitable accommodation for collections of clothes, accessories and uniforms preserved in the storage of the Collections of Applied Arts in the Sforza Castel.
Ticket prices for the Museum Palazzo Morando in Milan
Regular ticket price is 10 Euros (€).
Reduced ticket price is 6 Euros (€).
On Tuesdays from 14h and during the last working hour of the museum (Tuesday-Sunday) the ticket price is 6 Euros (€).
We advise you to check ticket prices and working hours before visiting – check the official website of the Museum Plazzo Morando in Milan.
Working hours of the Museum Palazzo Morando in Milan
From Tuesday to Friday working hours of the museum are: 09:00 – 13:00h and 14:00 – 17:30h.
On Saturdays and Sundays working hours of the museum are: 9:00h - 20:30h.
Closed on Mondays.