Set within Milan’s largest city park, Parco Sempione, this little Neoclassical jewel, is just waiting to be discovered. It was designed by Luigi Canonica as the official gallery for the family of Napoleon, the French emperor.
Entrance is free of charge. All donations gratefully received. Guided tours in English, price and availability on request.
Available all year for private events
Palazzina Appiani is closed to the public for the usual winter break and we will reopen it on February the 25th!
Palazzina Appiani will be open from Wednesday to Sunday with the following timetable: 10AM -6PMLast entry at 5PM
Guided tours by reservation, at the following link (connected to the reservation button)
Please, check on Google Maps all the details of the opening and closing days
Line MM2 Moscova or Lanza stations; then 10 minutes on foot.
Line 12-14, Bramante Lega Lombarda stop.
Line 43-57: Viale Elvezia (Arena) stop.
Contributions gratefully received.
FAI members, INTO members - The International National Trusts Organization €5
Reduced (aged 6-18): €5
Students aged 25 or under: €5
Family: €25 Allows entry at reduced rates for family groups composed of 2 adults and 2 children (6-18 years of age). Free entry for any additional children in the family group.
Disabled visitors can access free-of-charge those FAI properties that are open to the public by showing their ANMIC (Associazione Nazionale Mutilati e Invalidi Civili) card.
Dogs on the leash are allowed