Plan your visit

Since 1923, Triennale Milano is an international institution which organises exhibitions and events about design, architecture, visual arts and theatre

Opening hours

Opening hours for:

General

5:00pm–9:30pm

T +39 02 72434244

Caffè

Closed

T ‎+39 02 23058245

Store

Closed

Garden

5:00pm–9:30pm

Garden caffè

5:00pm–-1

T +39 349 5646175

Restaurant

6:00pm–1:00am

T +39 02 36644340
Kitchen until 23.00
Reserve with The Fork

Closed

Enzo Mari, Formosa, 1963 | Danese Milano

Enzo Mari
Formosa, 1963
Danese Milano

Triennale Estate

From 4 June, Triennale Milano reopens to the public: you can visit the Museo del Design Italiano and the Garden Giancarlo De Carlo with a free ticket. Starting from June 15, the Garden hosts a rich calendar of outdoor events during the summer.

Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain

In 2020 begins the collaboration between Triennale Milano and Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris. The partnership, lasting 8 years, provides for the definition of a shared program of exhibitions dedicated to contemporary art, curated by Fondation Cartier and placed on the first floor of Triennale Milano.

Store

Opening hours for:

Closed

T +39 02 89012117

Architecture, design, graphics, fashion, photography and visual arts. The Store offers visitors the widest assortment of novelty of the leading Italian and foreign publishing leading brands, targeted focus on the themes of the exhibitions in programming and accurate selection of leading trade publications.

Garden

Opening hours for:

5:00pm–9:30pm

The garden is home to works by great artists and designers, including The Mysterious Baths, created by Giorgio de Chirico in 1973 for the XV Triennale, The Puppet Theatre by Alessandro and Francesco Mendini, and the Le Signore seats by Gaetano Pesce.

Urban Center

A public place of storytelling, study, and discussion, set to become a new hub and meeting place for institutions and professionals, and for all those who wish to find out more about the issues involved in the future of the city. The Urban Center will host a series of public events organised by the City of Milan and a public programme devoted to key aspects of city development, including urban forestation, suburban renewal, and major events, to mention but a few.

How to reach us

Triennale Milano
Viale Alemagna, 6 20121 – Milan
Info +39 02 724341

Metro
Lines 1 and 2, stop Cadorna – Triennale

Bus
Line 61, stop Triennale

Train
Milano Cadorna Railway Station

BikeMi
Station 33

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