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Triennale Design Museum in Milan

Triennale Design Museum in Milan

The Triennale Design Museum is an impressive space with continuously rotating exhibitions in both scientific and amusing manner. These exhibitions are devoted to most famous national and international architects, designers and artists.

This cultural institution, inaugurated in 2007, organizes exhibitions devoted to Italian design, architecture and contemporary arts. This is not a museum in a classical sense but rather a space with continuously changing exhibitions in both scientific and amusing manner.  Most famous national and international architects and designers, who have influenced and impressed the observers through their work, are precisely the foundation of these temporary high profile exhibitions.
The Design Museum always has several exhibitions at the same time (there is always at least one of them that visitors may see for free).

Interesting facts

  • Apart from design shows, there is a great bookstore and a coffee shop with interesting ambient – e.g. each chair has different design.

Ticket prices for Triennale Design Museum in Milan
Regular ticket price for visiting all of the current exhibitions is: 10 Euros (€).
Regular ticket price for visiting just one of the current exhibitions is: 8 or 6 Euros, depending on the chosen exhibition.
Reduced ticket price for only one of the exhibitions of the Triennale Museum is: 6.5 or 5 Euros, depending on the chosen exhibition.
Reduced ticket price: students under 26, individuals over 65 years of age.
Free entrance: children under the age of 6, individuals with disabilities and their companions.
We advise you to check ticket prices and working hours before visiting – check the official website of the Triennal Museum in Milan.

Working hours of the Triennale Design Museum in Milan
From Tuesday to Sunday working hours of the Triennale museum are: 10:30 – 20:30h.
On Thursdays working hours are: 10:30 – 23:00h.
Last admissions – 1h before the closing time.
Closed on Mondays.

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