Not far from Via Montenapoleone and the fashion district, Villa Necchi Campiglio is surrounded by a peaceful garden in the heart of the Lombard capital, housing sensational works of art, where you can still immerse yourself in the glamorous world of Milan’s interwar years. It’s 10 minutes walking from San Babila.
Villa and garden entrance
Ticket entrance with audio guide included. The audio guide is online and you can listen to it through your mobile phone and earphones.
*with the exception of specific events, when the additional event charge will apply. During events the price may be subject to change
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MM1 Palestro: 5 minutes on foot
MM1 San Babila: 10 minutes on foot
MM3 Montenapoleone: 15 minutes on foot
> Italian guide €100 per group (max 10 people)
> Other languages €120 per group (max 10 people). Write to firstname.lastname@example.org and book your visit. Available special guided tours for school. Please, write us an email for more information.
No private parking available. The Villa is inside a limited traffic area. Paid parking in the area.
All the purchases made in our bookshops help to support FAI’s mission.
You can find a wide choice of original gift ideas like our food production specialities (FAI marmalade, olive oil, honey, salts, etc…), books and exclusive accessories scarfs, headscarves, bags and much more.
Caffetteria Villa Necchi Campiglio
The cafeteria is open daily from 10:00 to 18:00. Bar service and restaurant during lunch time. It offers international and local cuisine.
For information and reservation call +39 0276341516.
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.
Villa Necchi Campiglio is accessible to deaf visitors and those with learning difficulties thanks to the "Sentire l'arte" and "Bene FAI per tutti" projects.
> Wi-fi service available free of charge.
> Dogs on the leash are allowed in the garden but not inside the villa
> Pushchairs and strollers must be left at the entrance of the villa
Thanks to Regione Lombardia for supporting the project