The Triennale di Milano, or Palazzo dell’Arte, is one of the most vibrant, popular and important exhibition centers in the city of Milan. Featuring annually changing exhibitions of note, it also owns the most important permanent collection of Italian design works. This fantastic museum is brimming with endless installations originating from brilliant minds all over the world. It has a superb media library on design, art and architecture. Some exhibitions are also organized by the Triennale in the Villa Reale di Monza.
The Garden and its Fountain
Built on the occasion of the 15th Triennale di Milano (1973), but based on drawings and projects dating back to 1934, de Chirico’s fountain, which was restored and returned to its original state in 2015, is located in the garden at the back of the Triennale. The fountain was once again filled with water, the two figures of the bathers were replaced with replicas – the originals, partially ruined by vandals, are preserved in the Museo del Novecento, and the sculpture depicting the Fish was reconstructed. Additionally, all the surfaces, whose original colours had faded, were repainted.
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Tickets: depending on the exhibition.
Opening Hours: Tues-Sun 10.30am-8.30pm, last admission 1 hour before closing time. Closed on Monday. During the Design Week the museum is usually open until 10pm.
If you are planning to visit this location on one of the following dates, we recommend you to check the availability: 1, 6 January, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday, 25 April, 1 May, 2 June, 15 August, 1 November, 8, 25, 26 and 31 December.