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Pinacoteca Ambrosiana and the Codex Atlanticus Ticket Reservation

This ticket gives the access at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana of Milan and permits you to see the room dedicated to the Codex Atlanticus (just the part exposed in the Ambrosiana) and comprehends also the museum path of the Pinacoteca with the works of art of Caravaggio, Raffaello, Tiziano, Botticelli, Luini and other masterpieces.

The museum is open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 10 am to 6 pm.
Closing days: Mondays, 1st of January and the 25th of December.

Address: Piazza Pio XI, 2 – Milano.

The exposition is systematics: the works are divided in 24 rooms in chronological order.

Here there are exposed 22.000 drawings and 2.000 works among paintings, sculptures, goldsmithry and applied arts. The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana is the most ancient museum in Milan, founded in 1621 by the cardinal Federico Borromeo, fond on art. It is situated next by the famous Ambrosiana Library, established in 1609. 

Other information about the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana
At the beginning The Pinacoteca was an academy of paintings ad sculpture. This institution however had no success and failed in 1776. On the contrary, the museum continued to receive donations. The Pinacoteca is famous for some works of art here exposed: the Musician by Leonardo da Vinci, the Basket of Fruit of Caravaggio, the great cardboard where Raphael painted The School of Athens, and The Adoration of the Magi of Tiziano. There are also some copies of famous paintings: Borromeo promoted the imitation of the most famous works of art for didactic purposes and to divulge them. Among the copies the Last Supper of  Vespino, working with the School of Lombardy, is renowned. The original one painted by Leonardo was already spoiling and Borromeo desired the copy so that these images could arrive at future generations and also because the work of art of the master did not go lost.
Moreover there are also some objects that catch the attention of many curios visitors: the lock of blonde hair of the duchess Lucrezia Borgia from Ferrara, seen by a lot of artists and poets that in the 19th century travelled to Milan; and the gloves that Napoleon wore at Waterloo.
The most precious objects is without any doubts the Codex Atlanticus, a collection of 1750 drawings by Leonardo Da Vinci. The work that takes its name by the pages that corresponded, at that time, at the pages of the geographical atlas.

How to choose the correct ticket for the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana
Reduced ticket (half): visitors older than 65 years old and young people from 15 to 18 years not accomplished.
Free entrance ticket: children until 15 years old not accomplished and with a paying adult. Max 5 children for each paying adult.
For young people younger that 15 years old it is not necessary to book the entrance.

For school groups please call 055 2670402.


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