Muba, the Children’s Museum in Milan, has finally opened its doors: a creative space dedicated to kids.
New, exclusive cultural hub Muba , the Children’s Museum in Milan, recently opened its doors at the Rotonda in via Besana, a beautiful circular Baroque structure in Milan, consisting of a former church surrounded by a peaceful garden and enclosed by a long arcade. 1,200 sq.m divided up among a bookshop, an exhibition space, workshop areas and a “Happy Popping” corner where mothers can breastfeed and change their children, open seven days a week, year-round. A permanent centre of cultural and artistic projects dedicated to early learning and a location open to innovation that gathers together the best of national and international culture, education, science and the arts, to promote the development of creative thinking and creative design concepts. Throughout the year, it offers a variety of interactive play-oriented exhibitions consisting of installations created thanks to the contribution of artists. These experiences are targeted at stimulating creative thought, giving children a chance to learn and experiment through play, enabling them to interact directly with the key themes of the exhibitions on show. Children are accompanied by specialized educators who not only facilitate and nurture a new generation of creative and global citizens but also encourage the cognitive processes that are activated during the play experience. The play exhibitions are organized on a shift basis, with different hours and admissions for schools and families.

Stefania Vida