Informations

Notices

  • We would like to inform Mudec visitors that access to animals is allowed only on the ground floor of the museum.
    It is not allowed in any of the exhibition spaces to protect the artworks on display.
  • Visitors to the exhibitions are not required to wear a surgical mask, which remains an item recommended by 24 Ore Cultura.
  • It is compulsory to wear FFp2 mask for shows open to the public that take place indoors (Auditorium/classroom).
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Times

MUSEUM AND EXHIBITIONS

PERMANENT COLLECTION
Monday 2.30pm – 7.30pm
Tuesday – Sunday 09.30 – 19.30
Thursday and Saturday 09.30 – 22.30
LAST ENTRY ONE HOUR BEFORE CLOSING

Henri-Cartier Bresson. China 1948-49 | 1958
February 18th / July 3rd 2022
Monday 2.30pm – 7.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 9.30am – 7.30pm
Thursday, Saturday 9.30am – 10.30pm
LAST ENTRY ONE HOUR BEFORE CLOSING

MARC CHAGALL. A tale of two worlds
March 16th / July 31st 2022
Monday 2.30pm – 7.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 9.30am – 7.30pm
Thursday, Saturday 9.30am – 10.30pm
LAST ENTRY ONE HOUR BEFORE CLOSING

DAVID LACHAPELLE. I believe in miracles
April 22nd / September 11th 2022
Monday 2.30pm – 7.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 9.30am – 7.30pm
Thursday, Saturday 9.30am – 10.30pm
LAST ENTRY ONE HOUR BEFORE CLOSING

The Voice of the Shadows
May 13th / September 18th 2022
Monday 2.30pm – 7.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 9.30am – 7.30pm
Thursday, Saturday 9.30am – 10.30pm
LAST ENTRY ONE HOUR BEFORE CLOSING

RESTAURANT

ENRICO BARTOLINI MUDEC

Opening time:

Sunday and Monday: closed
From Tuesday to Saturday: open for lunch and dinner

Reservations required online

BISTROT

ENRICO BARTOLINI MUDEC
Monday 2.30pm – 7.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday 9.30 – 19.30
Thursday and Saturday 9.30 – 22.30

DESIGN STORE

Monday 2.30pm – 7.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday 9.30am – 7.30pm
Thursday, Saturday 9.30am – 10.30pm
LAST ENTRY ONE HOUR BEFORE CLOSING

LIBRARY

ACCESS MODALITIES

Access to the Library is allowed only by appointment to be requested by email indicating the volumes requested.
To access the consultation, users must be equipped with personal protective equipment (mask).
The Library will provide the user with a pair of disposable latex or vinyl gloves, to be worn after sanitizing the hands.
In order to limit the co-presence of users, during this period it is possible to request by email the scanning and sending of articles or other materials within the limits allowed by current regulations.


PARKING

Mudec has a large covered parking area.
Hourly rate: € 3,00
Daily fare: € 40,00

Holidays
and special openings

August 15th 2022, Feast of the Assumption 09:30 - 19:30
October 31st 2022, Halloween 09:30 - 19:30
November 1st 2022, All Saints' Day 09:30 - 19:30
December 7th, 2022, St. Ambrose 09:30 - 19:30

December 8th 2022, Immaculate Conception Day 09:30 - 22:30
December 24, 2022, Christmas Eve 09:30 - 14:00
December 25, 2022, Holy Christmas 14:30 - 19:30
December 26, 2022, Boxing Day 09:30 - 19:30

Press accreditations

Journalists intending to visit the museum to create a service can access for free after accreditation at the Press Office. Write at least 24 hours in advance to: elettra.occhini@ilsole24ore.com , specifying the header and the day of the visit. It is not credited on weekends and holidays.

The response to the accreditation request will be sent via email.

· Journalists in personal visit will be able to enter the museum with the reduced ticket, upon presentation at the ticket office of the ODG card with the stamp of the current year.

THE TICKET OFFICE WILL CLOSE ONE HOUR PRIOR TO THE CLOSING OF THE EXHIBITION

Photos and video recordings

Within the Exhibitions of 24h Culture it is allowed to make only amateur photos with mobile phones / tablets without flash and without tripod.

· For professional videos and photographs, written authorization is required. For media use, write to the Press Office: elettra.occhini@ilsole24ore.com

· For audiovisual productions and shooting write to: eventi@mudec.it specifying the header and the day of the visit. It is not credited on weekends and holidays.
The response to the accreditation request will be sent via email.

Permanent Collection


Free entry

Henri-Cartier Bresson. China 1948-49 | 1958


Full € 14,00
Reduced € 12,00
Special-Reduced € 8,00
Reduced-conventioned € 8,00
University tuesday € 8,00

Free ticket
Children under 5 years old, Italian tourist guides with qualification card (no skip the line), journalists with ODG card upon accreditation at the Press Office (write at least 24 hours in advance to: elettra.occhini@ilsole24ore.com specifying the header and on the day of the visit. It is not accredited on weekends and holidays), 1 companion for people with disabilities who present necessity and regular documentation, Mudec Membership Card holders (possibly accompanying companion € 10.00), Deloitte Guest Card holders ( 1 companion for € 8)

Open Ticket (Pre-sale required)
€ 15,00
Kids 6-13 years old
€ 6,00
Family offer (2-5 people)
€ 10,00 adult (1 or 2 adults)
€ 6,00 first/second kid (6-13 years old)
€ 6,00 first/second kid (3-5 years old)
Third kid free (3-13 years old)
Groups (Pre-sale required)
€ 10,00 adult groups
€ 10,00 groups of students of all levels
€ 4,00 nursery schools
Booking fee
€ 2,00 individuals and groups
€ 1,00 schools

MARC CHAGALL. A tale of two worlds


Full € 15,00
Reduced € 13,00
Special-Reduced € 13,00
University tuesday € 9,00
Free ticket
Children under 6 years old, Italian tourist guides with qualification card (no skip the line), journalists with ODG card upon accreditation at the Press Office (write at least 24 hours in advance to: elettra.occhini@ilsole24ore.com specifying the header and on the day of the visit. It is not accredited on weekends and holidays), 1 companion for people with disabilities who present necessity and regular documentation, Mudec Membership Card holders (possibly accompanying companion € 13.00), Deloitte Guest Card holders ( 1 companion for € 8)
Open Ticket
€ 17,00
Family offer (2-5 people)
€ 13,00 adult (1 or 2 adults)
€ 9,00 first/second kid (6-13 years old)
€ 13,00 first/second kid (14-26 years old)
Third kid free (3-13 years old)
Groups (Pre-sale required)
€ 13,00 adult groups
€ 7,00 groups of students of all levels
€ 3,00 nursery schools
Booking fee
€ 2,00 individuals and groups
€ 1,00 schools

David LaChapelle. I believe in miracles


Full € 15,00
Reduced € 13,00
Special-Reduced € 13,00
University tuesday € 9,00
Free ticket
Children under 6 years old, Italian tourist guides with qualification card (no skip the line), journalists with ODG card upon accreditation at the Press Office (write at least 24 hours in advance to: elettra.occhini@ilsole24ore.com specifying the header and on the day of the visit. It is not accredited on weekends and holidays), 1 companion for people with disabilities who present necessity and regular documentation, Mudec Membership Card holders (possibly accompanying companion € 13.00), Deloitte Guest Card holders ( 1 companion for € 8)
Open Ticket
€ 17,00
Family offer (2-5 people)
€ 13,00 adult (1 or 2 adults)
€ 9,00 first/second kid (6-13 years old)
€ 13,00 first/second kid (14-26 years old)
Third kid free (3-13 years old)
Groups (Pre-sale required)
€ 13,00 adult groups
€ 7,00 groups of students of all levels
€ 3,00 nursery schools
Booking fee
€ 2,00 individuals and groups
€ 1,00 schools
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How to get there

By car

FROM THE NORTH:
From the SS 36, take the exit for the A4/Milano/Torino/Genova/Tangenziale Ovest.
Take the exit for Milano/Viale Certosa/Fieramilanocity and get onto the Autostrada dei Laghi.
Take the Ghisallo flyover and continue along Viale Alcide De Gasperi. Turn right onto Viale Renato Serra and continue as far as Piazzale Lotto. Turn right on Viale Giovanni Migliara.
At the roundabout take the third exit for Viale Murillo and continue.
Turn left at the end of Viale Carlo Troya into Via Tortona.

FROM THE SOUTH:
From the A1 Milano–Bologna, take the Tangenziale Ovest (E35) in the direction of Genova/Torino/Varese.
Take the Milano/Assago exit and get on to the A7.
Take the second exit at the roundabout and continue along Via Spezia.
Take the second exit at the next roundabout in the direction of Viale Liguria.
Continue towards Viale Cassala and Piazzale delle Milizie.
Turn left into Via Tortona.

FROM THE WEST:
Continue straight from the exit of the A7 Milano–Genova.
Take the second exit at the roundabout for Via Spezia in the direction of Milano/Viale Liguria.
Continue towards Viale Cassala and Piazzale delle Milizie.
Turn left into Via Tortona.

FROM THE EAST:
From the A8 Milano–Laghi, follow the signs for Milano/Viale Certosa/Centro/Fieramilanocity.
Take the Ghisallo flyover and continue along Viale Alcide De Gasperi. Turn right onto Viale Renato Serra and continue as far as Piazzale Lotto. Turn right on Viale Giovanni Migliara.
At the roundabout take the third exit for Viale Murillo and continue.
Turn left at the end of Viale Carlo Troya into Via Tortona.

Overground

Line 68 (to Bergognone) 300 m
Line 90 / 91 (to Delle Milizie) 450 metri
Line 47 (to Valenza)
Line 74 (to Valenza)
Line 19 (to Stz Genova)
Line 2 (to Colombo)
Line 9 (to Colombo)
Line 14 (to Solari / Stendhal) 350 m
Tortona.

From Central Station / Garibaldi

FROM CENTRAL STATION:
Take the underground line 2 (green) in the direction of Abbiategrasso / Assago Milano Forum and get off at Porta Genova. Use the stairs to cross the tracks and continue along Via Tortona.

FROM GARIBALDI STATION:
Take the underground line 2 (green) in the direction of Abbiategrasso / Assago Milano Forum and get off at Porta Genova. Use the stairs to cross the tracks and continue along Via Tortona.

From Malpensa airport:

Take the Malpensa Express train (one every 30 minutes) and get off at Cadorna F.N. Take the underground line 2 (green) in the direction of Abbiategrasso / Assago Milano Forum and get off at Porta Genova. Use the stairs to cross the tracks and continue along Via Tortona.

From Linate airport:

Take the 73 bus (Aeroporto–San Babila) and get off at San Babila M1. Take the underground line 1 (red) from San Babila in the direction of Bisceglie/Rho Fiera Milano and get off at Cadorna. Take the underground line 2 (green) in the direction of Abbiategrasso / Assago Milano Forum and get off at Porta Genova. Use the stairs to cross the tracks and continue along Via Tortona.

FAQ MUDEC

What are the opening days?
The Museum is open every day, including Saturdays and Sundays.
What are the opening hours?
You can view the times of the current exhibitions here.
What are the holiday hours?
You can view the holiday times here.
How to reach Mudec?
Find out how to get there here.
Is there parking at Mudec?
Mudec has a large covered parking area.
Hourly rate: € 3,00
Daily fare: € 40,00
Does the Mudec car park follow the museum’s opening hours?
No, it is open 24 hours a day.
Do I need to book to visit the museum?
Booking is recommended as it allows the reduction of waiting time for entry. It is mandatory only for school groups and adult groups.
How can I book a visit?
You can contact the infoline at the number 0254917 (mon-fri 9.00-18.00)
Or write to:
helpdesk@ticket24ore.it (singoli)
ufficiogruppi@ticket24ore.it (gruppi e scuole)
How can I buy tickets?
You can buy tickets at the ticket office the same day or online by clicking here.
How much is the ticket?
The rates of the current exhibitions can be consulted here.
Is it required to wear a mask?
Visitors to the exhibitions are not required to wear a surgical mask, which remains an item recommended by 24 Ore Cultura. It is compulsory to wear FFp2 type respiratory protection for shows open to the public that take place indoors (Auditorium/classroom)..
Who is entitled to a reduced or free ticket?
You can consult the information here.
How can I avoid long queues?
From Monday to Friday the flow of visitors is usually lower than the weekend. It would be preferable to avoid the last days of opening of the exhibition and we strongly recommend the purchase of tickets online.
Is entry to Mudec free on the first Sunday of the month?
On the first Sunday of the month the exhibitions in progress at Mudec are not free. Instead, you can access the permanent collection for free.
How does the Mudec Card work?
The Mudec Card gives access to numerous advantages, such as free entry to all exhibits and skipping the line. It is nominal, cannot be sold and must be used together with a identity document. It is valid for one year from the date of purchase.
Check it out for sale at € 82.00 at the Mudec ticket office
Who can I contact to propose products and / or design items?
You can contact the Mudec design store by writing to the following email address: designstore@mudec.it
Are animals allowed in the Museum?
The access to the animals is allowed only on the ground floor of the museum.
It is not allowed in any of the exhibition spaces to protect the exhibited works.
Can coats be stored in the wardrobe?
No, it is not possible to deposit coats and jackets. In the cloakroom it is possible to store bulky bags, travel suitcases, trolleys and backpacks.
Who can I contact in case of lost items?
In case of lost objects, it is possible to write to the address: info@mudec.it
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