Museo Mangini Bonomi


Via dell'Ambrosiana, 20, 20123 Milano



Set in an elegant palace in Milan, the museum boasts a collection divided into forty sections, in addition to furniture, part of the family, which furnish the five floors of the house, also includes extensive collections of trunks, playing cards, fans, weapons, games, archaeological objects and more. In the quiet street of the Ambrosiana its based this unique museum. The simple facade opens into a beautiful eighteenth-century gate with small courtyard. The collections of Mr. Mangini are exposed on different floors which is accessed with typical granite steps. It starts from the cellar from which you can see the architectural layering Roman times (the Roman forum is under the adjoining Pinacoteca Ambrosiana and San Sepolcro church), to Gothic, to Baroque. In the cellar there are an ancient well and the display cases that make up the armory. In other caskets plans with games, barber objects, etc. by medical. The originality lies in the breakdown by topic of the objects and not for historical epoch.



monday and thursday 15.00 - 19.00 / wednesday 15.00 - 17.00 / except holidays / free admission, only with reservation

+39 02 86451455