The oldest museum in Milan, the Ambrosiana art gallery is home to one of the city's finest collection of art, with revered masters such as Raffaello, Botticelli, Tiziano, Caravaggio, Bramantino and Leonardo da Vinci.
The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, established in 1618, is the oldest museum in Milan and boasts one of the most interesting collections of paintings in the city.
In a journey through the 24 exhibit halls you can admire some of the most extraordinary masterpieces of all time, signed by great masters such as Raphael, Titian, Botticelli, Bramantino, Caravaggio and Leonardo Da Vinci.
Furthermore, in the Sala Federiciana of the Ambrosiana Library it is possible to admire the Atlantic Code of Leonardo da Vinci, the largest collection in the world of writings and drawings by the great master.
But not only that, walking between one room and the other it is possible to discover curious memorabilia, such as the gloves worn by Napoleon at Waterloo, the astrolabes of the Settala collection or the lock of hair of Lucrezia Borgia, the illustrious and much discussed Italian family of the fifteenth century.
Tuesday-Sunday 10:00-18:00, last entrance 5:30 pm
Closed: Mondays, December 25, January 1, Easter Day.