The XXI Triennale of Milan
The XXI Triennale of Milan started at the beginning of April and will run until the 12th of September. Entitled “21st Century. Design after Design”, the next five months will host a varied program of events, exhibitions and lectures at various locations in and around Milan as artists, architects and designers from all over the world participate in this exciting event.
One ticket can get you into all of the exhibitions, but many of these exhibitions are held at locations that you may want to explore further. If you choose to stay longer, normal entry fees will apply. Save yourself money by buying a MilanoCard. Not only will you able to travel around the locations in Milan for free on the city’s extensive public transport network, but you will also get discounted entry to some of Milan’s top attractions. With MilanoCard you can get reduced ticket for XXI Triennale International Exhibition 2016, 12€ instead 15€, at ticket office of Triennale.
Milan locations of the XXI Triennale
The XXI Triennale can be found at the following locations in Milan, as well as some beyond the city.
- The Triennale of Milan, Milan’s popular design museum. Visit at a discount with your City Pass.
- Brera Fine Arts Academy. This building also houses the Brera Art Gallery, where you can see paintings by Caravaggio, Bellini and many others. Get a 5% discount with the Milan card.
- Base Milano.
- Fabbrica del Vapore, an arts centre.
- The Pirelli Skyscraper.
- IULM University, Milan polytechnic and Università degli Studi di Milano
- MUDEC, Museum of Culture.
- The Diocesan Museum, where you can also see the diocese’s collection of art from sixth to the nineteenth century. The Milan Pass entitled you to a 50% discount.
- National Museum of Science and Technology, Leonardo da Vinci. This interactive museum is a great place to take children and can be entered at a 25% discount with the Milan city pass.
- Palazzo Permanente.
- Pirelli HangarBicocca and Pirelli Headquarters.
- Triennale ExpoGate