Situated just moments away from Castello Sforzesco, in Palazzo Bonacossa, the Art and Science Museum of Milan hosts two permanent exhibitions dedicated to Leonardo and two Buddhist and African art collections. However, the museum’s main focus is on studies related to antiques, and once upstairs, you’re invited into the working research labs, established in 1993 to authenticate international art. Interesting fact: in 2008 the Art and Science Museum of Milan opened a second spectroscopic dating scientific lab in German meant mainly to serve the needs of northern Europe.
Regular ticket: 5€, reductions available
Open Mon-Fri 10am-6pm. Starting from 25 April to 30 June 2015 the museum will be open from Monday to Friday from 10am-6pm. The museum will be open also in occasion of the International Workers’ Day (May 1st).

Via Quintino Sella, 4
M1 Cairoli, M2 Lanza