It has been announced that the first Etruscan Museum in Milan will open in 2018 within the restored spaces of Palazzo Bocconi-Rizzoli-Carraro, in Corso Venezia 52. Based on a design inspired by the traditional Etruscan structures used for burials, the museum features over 700 Etruscan vases from the archaic period set within a house-museum atmosphere, part of the collection Fondazione Luigi Rovati. The project is signed by Mario Cucinella Architects and in addition to the exhibition spaces it will also include specific halls dedicated to study, research and temporary exhibitions. The public visiting the museum will also take advantage of a free access to the above garden which will soon be open to the wider public. After having admired the beauties hosted in the display site guests to the Etruscan museum will have the possibility to enjoy an invigorating pause at the cafeteria, besides a full immersion at the dedicated bookshop.
Being par of special agreements with Milan’s Municipality, the museum currently hosts temporary projects and exhibitions, as well as reductions on particuolar occasions.
Palazzo Bocconi-Rizzoli-Carraro
Corso Venezia, 52
M1 (red line) Porta Venezia

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