What are your school-aged kids studying? … Milan? The Renaissance? How about for the younger ones the concept of time, or how kids their age played in the 19th century? Or…?
An evocative historic house museum that puts visitors – even those not used to museums – at their ease, the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is open to school groups from TUES to FRI, from 9.30 A.M. to 5:45 P.M., and from SAT to SUN, from 1 P.M. to 5:45 P.M.
Available in English or Italian, specialized guides trained by the didactic service of the museum can be reserved by contacting the museum. School groups, however, are not obliged to use tour guides arranged for through the museum.
TOURS AVAILABLE FOR RESERVATION:
•Daily life in the Renaissance (6-18 yrs)
•Treasure Hunt (6-11 yrs)
•Glass (6-11 years)
•Weapons tales (6-18 yrs)
•Hunt for details (6-18 yrs)
•Discover who I am (6-18 yrs)
•Turn-of-the-century Milan (11-18 yrs)
•The house in time (6-13 yrs)
Are you parents coming alone with your elementary school-aged kids to the museum during regular opening afternoon hours? Fear not! Each room has entertaining activity cards in English and Italian. (No reservation required.)
Maximum number of students per group: 25 (reservations ALWAYS obligatory).
At least two accompanying adults are obligatory for each group of students.
Entrance tickets for the school kids: €2.00 + IVA each (entrance free for accompanying teachers).
Guide, if reserved through the museum: €70.00 + IVA.
Arriving: MM1-San Babila; MM3 & Tram 1-Montenapoleone.
For further information and reservations:
tel. +39 02 7600.6132
Bagatti Valsecchi Museum – via Gesù 5, 20121, Milan, Italy
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