Viale Emilio Alemagna, 6, 20121 Milano MI, Italy
We went to see the Broken Nature exhibition and loved it so much that we came back the next day tans had another friend come see it too. Even though it’s a bit expensive (~14€ for students) you can return to see the exhibitions you hadn’t seen the first time within the exposition period. Loved it so much I could’ve returned to that museum another five times, it was outstanding and simply excellent.
Broken Nature exhibition was fantastic but I would really like to ask that the Triennale thinks more about accessibility. There are no chairs or benches during the exhibitions and for some people it is impossible to stand for long periods. I was directed back to the entrance and Urban Center to sit down, so had to leave the exhibition area. When in the upper floor going back down to the Urban center is not the answer and ruins the enjoyment of the exhibition.
Excellent. Exhibition on the relationship between man and nature, especially in a time when nature, in crisis, is being overshadowed by human affairs: "BROKEN NATURE". Museum large, interesting theme and treated in the background; many rooms and exhibition. very well done. Allow 3 to 4 hours to do the tour, if you are interested in reading and the works presented.
The main (paid) exhibition of the Triennale tells the story of modern design (pre-dominantely Italian). They have many interesting and famous pieces of furniture. What is fun and unique about this exhibit is that you can try almost all the chairs! Some are more comfortable than others and they aren't always the ones that you expect. They offer a special program/game for kids who are going through the exhibit to help make it more entertaining.
They have a single ticket you can use to see each section progressively until September. Awesome because that way you don't have to stuff the whole thing in in one day! Bordered by a magnificent park, I go here every chance I have when visiting Milano. Their museum store is quite nice too!
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