Pinacoteca Ambrosiana ticket
The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana entrance ticket includes access to the Federiciana Hall which houses an exhibition on the Codex Atlanticus of Leonardo da Vinci (the largest collection in the world of drawings and autographs of the master, kept in the Pinacoteca since 1637).
How to get there: Milan, Piazza Pio XI 2
Metro: M1 – stop at Cordusio or Duomo; M3 – stop at Duomo.
Tram: Line 12, 14, 16 stop at Orefici or Cantù; Line 2, 3 stop at Duomo.
Entrance fees without privileged access
Full price: € 15.00
Reduced price 1*: € 10.00
Reduced price 2**: € 13.00
University reduced price: € 10.00 (includes a free ticket to the Bramante Sacristy)
Free: Children under 14 accompanied by an adult, licensed guides and teachers accompanying school groups, visiting journalists for professional reasons, ICOM members.
For more information on booking a privileged entrance please visit: booking Pinacoteca Ambrosiana
Audio guide: the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana provides two types of audio guides, a classic and one on Samsung Galaxy SIII. The first, costs € 1.00, and is available in English, Italian, French and Japanese and does not include the display of Codex Atlanticus, the second, more updated and technological (equipment supplied by the museum), available in English and Italian at the cost of € 3.00, provides both written and spoken explanations being, therefore, optimal for those with hearing and visual disabilities. Additionally, it includes pages of the Codex Atlanticus (only written explanations).
The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana is difficult of access for wheelchair users, since many rooms are connected to each other by stairs and an elevator that only connects the ground floor with the first floor (the structure is developed on 4 levels). So the wheelchair users have the opportunity to visit the first floor (excluding the halls for the “Basket of Fruit” and the “School of Athens”) and the ground floor, including the Codex Atlanticus.
On the ground floor of the Library are the accessable toilets.
On the ground floor there is a bookshop which sells paper guides in different languages and gadgets / souvenirs.
|For more information on how to book entrance tickets to the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana 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 1: Visitors with a travel document of FRECCIAROSSA, FRECCIARGENTO OR FRECCIABIANCA for Milan
ChiarA2A Card holders
* REDUCED PRICE TICKET 2:
Touring Club members