Plan your visit

Since 1923, Triennale Milano is an international institution which organizes exhibitions and events about design, architecture, visual arts and theater

Opening hours

Opening hours for:

Exhibitions

11am-8pm

T +39 02 72434244

Caffè Triennale

11am-8pm

T ‎+39 02 23058245

Store

11am-8pm

Garden

11am-11.30pm

Caffè Giardino

12pm-11.30pm

T +39 349 5646175

Restaurant

Closed

T +39 02 36644340

Enzo Mari, Formosa, 1963 | Danese Milano

Enzo Mari
Formosa, 1963
Danese Milano

Visit us safely

We are open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11am to 8pm.

Photographs are permitted for personal, noncommercial use.

Pets are not allowed.

The use of masks is strongly recommended. You will find hand sanitizer gel dispensers for a safe visit.

How to but tickets

The ticket office is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 7pm.
You can purchase tickets online or through the Vivaticket Call Center (892 234).

The ticket for the 23rd Triennale Milano International Exhibition is valid from its purchase until its closing (December 11, 2022) to visit the sections even on different days. It is possible to access each space only once. If a ticket is lost, it will be necessary to purchase a new one.

Some types of tickets are only available at the ticket office.
For more information contact us at T +39 02 72434 208.

Guided tours

Discover the exhibitions with our cultural mediators.

The visit can be booked by writing an email to visiteguidate@triennale.org and has an additional cost of €5 to the ticket price.

Store

Opening hours for:

11am-8pm

T +39 02 89012117

Design, architecture, fashion, photography, and visual arts. The store has a wide offer of volumes from Italian and international publishers and art and design magazines.

Discover a selection of some of the most iconic design objects, limited editions, publications on current exhibitions, and special offerings for children.

Garden

Opening hours for:

11am-11.30pm

The garden Giancarlo De Carlo is home to works by great artists and designers, including The Mysterious Baths, created by Giorgio de Chirico in 1973 for the XV Triennale, The Puppet Theatre by Alessandro and Francesco Mendini, and the seats Le Signore by Gaetano Pesce.

How to reach us

Triennale Milano
Viale Alemagna, 6 20121 – Milan
Info +39 02 72434245

Metro
Lines 1 and 2, stop Cadorna – Triennale

Bus
Line 61, stop Triennale

Train
Milano Cadorna Railway Station

BikeMi
Station 33

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