Brera Gallery entrance ticket
The Brera Picture Gallery entrance ticket will allow you to admire one of the most famous collections of works of art held in Milan. It is required to make a reservation of the ticket to the gallery for groups of visitors from 10 to a maximum of 25 people.
How to get there: Milan, Via Brera 28
Metro: MM2 – stop at Lanza; MM3 – stop at Montenapoleone.
Tram: Line 1, 4, 12, 14, 27.
Entrance fees without privileged access
Full pirce: € 10.00
Reduced price*: € 7.00
Free**: € 0.00
For more information on booking a privileged entrance please visit: booking Brera Picture Gallery
Audio guide: available in Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, at a cost of € 5.00.
The Brera Picture Gallery is wheelchair accessible. On the first floor there are the accessible toilets. A service, almost unique, provided the Picture Gallery, available to visitors, two electric scooters.
Inside the Brera Picture Gallery is a bookshop where you can buy souvenirs and gadgets.
The Gallery also provides the free cloakroom (unattended) for depositing umbrellas, large bags and bulky backpacks.
|For more information on how to book entrance tickets to the Brera Picture Gallery and other museums in Milan visit the Milan Museum web site or call us at (+39) 055-713655.|
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HOW TO CHOOSE THE CORRECT TICKET
* REDUCED PRICE TICKET: EU citizens and EEA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) aged between 18 and 25;
School teachers of the EU and the EEA with permanent contracts.
** FREE TICKET: Under the age of 18;
I.C.O.M. Members (International Council of Museums);
EU Tourist Guides with professional license;
EU Interpreters when their assistance is required alongside the guide;
Secondary school students in second year in possession of a Student Card;
Groups of students from public and private schools of the EU, accompanied by their teachers, by prior arrangement, by the quota set by the museum;
Italian and foreign teachers, researchers and students belonging to : Architecture;Preservation of cultural heritage; Education Science; Literature and Philosophy (only courses in archeology or art history);Academies of Fine Arts;
Students of the Central Institute for Restoration, Precious Stones Museum, the School for the Restoration of Mosaics;
EU Citizens with disabilities with medical records, including the carer;
Workers of charity associations that carry out activities for the promotion and dissemination of knowledge of the cultural heritage recognized by the Museum;
Italian and foreign journalists;
Members of the association Amici di Brera;
Staff of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture.