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Date(s) - 26 Mar, 2022 - 27 Mar, 2022

Different locations in Milano


About the Event

The FAI Spring Days – Giornate FAI di Primavera is the event dedicated to the enhancement of the cultural and landscape heritage in Italy, traditionally organized in the first weekend of spring. After a long break due to the pandemic, FAI-Fondo Ambiente Italiano (Italian National Trust) returns this year to offer visitors the opportunity to discover the beauty of the Italian territory, from north to south.

For an entire weekend, the FAI Spring Days opens to the public villas and historic buildings, archaeological areas, churches of great architectural or historical-artistic value, examples of industrial archaeology, castles, libraries, art collections and museums. Thanks to the contribution of volunteers who accompany the public on visits, hundreds of places in over 300 cities become the protagonists of this great celebration of artistic heritage.

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Since 1993, more than 10 million visitors have had the opportunity to visit places of art, culture and nature throughout Italy. The FAI Spring Days are an event not to be missed, because they offer the opportunity to access even sites that are generally not accessible. In Milan, for example, in the past years the doors of famous places such as the Teatro alla Scala or the Palazzina Appiani (in Parco Sempione) were opened, but also decidedly unusual ones such as the Palazzo Mezzanotte building (headquarters of the Italian Stock Exchange), the State Archives or the RAI-Radiotelevisione Italiana (the national public broadcasting company).

FAI Spring Days, Villa Necchi Campiglio. Ph. arenaimmagini.it 2014 - © FAI - Fondo Ambiente Italiano
FAI Spring Days, Villa Necchi Campiglio. Ph. arenaimmagini.it 2014 - © FAI - Fondo Ambiente Italiano

Tickets and Information

The list of open places and how to participate will be available from 17 March 2022 on the site www.fondoambiente.it

The Green Pass is required.

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