Archives for category: Castello

On the second floor of the Rocchetta, a great variety of decorative arts from Lombardy, including artistic ceramics, antique furniture, and ivories dating from the 4th to the 18th centuries.

sforza castle milan

Here you can find glassware, majolica and china, put in chronological order, from the Middle Ages until the 19th century.

Not far from here…

san simpliciano

An interesting event (not only) in the Sforzesco Castle, where you can find many Bramantino works


Sforzesco Castle – Sala del Tesoro and Sala della Balla, from  may 16th to september 25th,  free entrance

Opening Hours: 9.00AM to 1.00PM and 2.00PM to 5.30PM
(access allowed until 30 minutes to closing time)

The Sala delle Asse

sala delle asse

since they’re working in this room you con only take a quick look at it.

Anyway, Madonna Lia painting is back from the National Gallery, so you can see her in the next room, the Cappella Ducale (room 12).

attribuita a francesco galli, il napoletano

Some ideas about what to see and where to go while you are in Milan, want to see something interesting and don’t want to spend too much money. Ready to go ?

Let’s start with the Castle

Sala delle Asse: any trace of Leonardo here?

Galli's Madonna Lia

Free Entry on Friday (2:00PM to 5:00PM)

…and, maybe, each day after Half Past Four