Bagatti Valsecchi Museum
Museum type :
ARCHAEOLOGICAL

Established in :
1974

Holidays :
Monday

Visiting Hours :
Tuesday through Sunday from 1:00pm - 5:45pm

Contact No :
+39 02 88464180

Location :
Milan , Italy

Display Objects :

The Bagatti Valsecchi Museums permanent collections principally contain Italian Renaissance decorative arts (such as maiolica, furniture, tapestry, metalwork, leather, glassware and precious table-top coffers made of ivory, or stucco and pastiglia), some sculptures (including a Madonna and Child lunette by a follower of Donatello), and many paintings.

European Renaissance weapons, armor, clocks and a few textiles and scientific and musical instruments complete the collection assembled by the Barons Bagatti Valsecchi.




Description :

  • The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is a house museum located in Milano, Italy, one of numerous museums that began as private collections housed in a private palazzo of one of Milans wealthy aristocracy.

  • This particular museum has not been converted completely in to a museum gallery, and parts of the historic house remain as an expression of the life of the wealthy in times gone by.

  • In addition to the many fine works of art, a visitor to the Bagatti Valsecchi can see how Milanese aristocracy lived in the late 1800s.