Poldi Pezzoli Museum Overview
Poldi Pezzoli is one of the most famous house-museums opened in the year 1881 after the art collections gathered by Gian Giacomo Poldi Pezzoli from 1822-1879. Located close to the Scala, the Museum is admired by Milanese and tourists alike and is one of the places to see in Milan.

With the charming rooms echoing the past from medieval to the 18th-century decorations, and an armoury having the works of the contemporary artist, Arnaldo Pomodoro. The house-museum has over 5000 exceptional pieces of sculptures, jewels, lace and embroidery, armours, furniture, porcelain and glass, sundial and clocks, and some old masterpieces, including antiquities till the 19th-century at the display.

Location- Near Teatro Alla Scala, Via Alessandro Manzoni, 12, 20121 Milano MI, Italy

Entry Fee-
- Adults: €10 
- Children (aged 11 to 18) and Seniors (over 65): €7, *Children (less than 10): free entry

Timings- 10am – 6pm
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