Pinacoteca Ambrosiana

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Milan: Pinacoteca Ambrosiana & da Vinci Codex Exhibition

1. Milan: Pinacoteca Ambrosiana & da Vinci Codex Exhibition

Explore the worlds of the great Renaissance artists and philosophers at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, located inside a historic library in Milan. With audio guides available to purchase for a nominal fee, you will learn more about the world's largest collection of original drawings by Leonardo Da Vinci from the Codex Atlanticus. Get an incredible overview of the master's works, thoughts, and feelings from more than 40 years of research. Go to the Federiciana Room of the Ambrosiana Library to gain a deeper appreciation of the man and his times. Open your eyes to a world of Renaissance thinking, from the still lives of Caravaggio to the realism of Raphael.

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Milan 48-Hour City Pass: Discover Milan With One Card

2. Milan 48-Hour City Pass: Discover Milan With One Card

See the best of Milan at your own pace, and save money with a handy 2-day Milan Pass, offering free entrance to museums, and discounts at affiliated businesses worth more than EUR 300. Your Milan Pass is valid for 48 hours from the moment you pick it up, and is available with 2 exclusive transport options to get the best out of your stay. Choose a Milan Pass with Hop-On Hop-Off Sightseeing Bus Ticket and tour the city on board the open-top double-decker bus. Available 7 days a week, the bus runs over 3 lines with more than 40 stops. Learn more from the on board audio commentary, available in 8 languages (including 3 exclusive commentaries for kids). A Milan Pass with ATM Public Transport Ticket gets you access to 5 metro lines and more than 100 tram and bus lines. Enjoy free, unlimited 48-hour travel on the city’s public transport system using one simple ticket. You can even purchase the full package and get a Milan Pass with both the hop-on hop-off sightseeing ticket, and access to the ATM public transport system. Enjoy free entrance to city museums such as: Access to the Duomo Cathedral Rooftop terraces (by lift) La Scala Museum and Theatre Pinacoteca Ambrosiana Highline Galleria Museum of Science and Technology Triennale Design Museum San Siro Stadium Inter&Milan Museum Casa Milan – Mondo Milan Museum Leonardo 3 – “The World of Leonardo” interactive museum Vigna di Leonardo – Leonardo’s Vineyard Bagatti Valsecchi Museum Museo d’Arte e Scienza – Art and Science Museum

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Milan: In the Footsteps of Da Vinci 3-Hour Art Tour

3. Milan: In the Footsteps of Da Vinci 3-Hour Art Tour

Discover the treasures of Leonardo Da Vinci in Milan with a local art expert on a 3-hour tour. On this tour, you will see the famous painting, The Last Supper, next to Santa Maria delle Grazie church. The painting was commissioned by Ludovico il Moro Duke of Milan, and is one of the most famous works by Da Vinci. You will also visit Pinacoteca Ambrosiana where you will admire the Atlantic Codex, a collection of scientific drawings by Leonardo, regarding different subjects that will let you appreciate his technical skills. At Pinacoteca, you will also see Leonardo's famous painting, Il Musico, kept in the room dedicated to Leonardo and his works. Along the way, learn about his life and his legacy that he left behind.

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Milan: Ambrosiana Gallery & Da Vinci's Codex Atlanticus Tour

4. Milan: Ambrosiana Gallery & Da Vinci's Codex Atlanticus Tour

Follow the traces left behind by Leonardo Da Vinci during his period in Milan on a guided tour of the Ambrosiana Gallery. Learn about his most hidden secret, the Codex Atlanticus, a collection of Leonardo Da Vinci's notes which represents the great artist's genius. Embark on a 1.5-hour guided journey inside the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana. Follow your guide through the main rooms as they answer numerous questions including how many pages there are in the Atlantic Codex. Learn about Leonardo in all his mystery, alongside other masterful artists such as Raphael. Upgrade your tour to a private tour with your very own guide, just for you and your group. Choose the relevant option when booking and select your language preference.

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Milan: Sforza Castle & Leonardo Skip-the-Line Private Tour

5. Milan: Sforza Castle & Leonardo Skip-the-Line Private Tour

Begin your 3-hour tour with skip-the-line access to the Sforza Castle and its beautiful courts. Admire the castle's private rooms, and Michelangelo's last sculpture, Pietà. Then, follow your guide during a pleasant stroll through the city center. Walk down Dante's street to discover the palace where the most beautiful courtesans portrayed by Leonardo used to live. Next, head to the Ambrosiana Museum and discover the history of the most famous Atlantic Codex. Appreciate the room dedicated to Leonardo's art, alongside a wonderfully selected sequence of famous paintings realized by the great names of the Renaissance such as Botticelli, Luini, Raffaello, and the world famous Basket of Fruit by Caravaggio. Conclude the tour with a visit to Cathedral Square, which is just a few steps away.

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What people are saying about Pinacoteca Ambrosiana

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 289 reviews

A chamber, miniature collection of masterpieces. This is one of the wonderful places in Milan. The atmosphere of creativity and greatness of great masters uplifts and gives hope for the inevitability of beauty in all manifestations of human activity.

As for the tickets it was easy to find them and there were all the info to get to the place. As for the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana wow, the price is definitely worth what I saw, you get lost in how many things there are to see, truly magnificent.

This is an overlooked treasure. Rent the audio/ipad guide because it is very very good to have the backgrounds. Also give it an hour and a half at least to get the full experience.

Great experience. San Siro stadium was closed due to a game while we had the pass, and the staff was accommodating and we were able to enjoy it the next day.

We had wanted to go there for a long time. We were impressed with so much art on display. In addition to our idol Leonardo.