- Honour stairways (Scalone d’Onore)
- Design Museum bridge
- “Mysterious Baths” by Giorgio de Chirico in the garden
- exhibition “Arts & Foods – Rituali dal 1851″ (same ticket as Expo)
- VIII Triennale Design Museum “Kitchen and Invaders” (“Cucine & Ultracorpi”)
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Established in Monza in 1923, Triennale moved to Milan in 1933, when designer Giovanni Muzio completed the Palace of Art with the intent of building a place to host exhibitions dealing with industry, production and applied arts. After World War II, Triennale also became a point of reference for industrial design.
80 years later, Triennale is today a cultural institution hosting international exhibitions and events about art, design, architecture, fashion, cinema and communication.
Since 2007 it is also home to the Design Museum, the first Italian design museum which is renewed every year. Do not miss the Grand Staircase and the bridge / walkway designed by Michele De Lucchi leading to the Triennale Design Museum, and remember to visit the new Triennale Terrace restaurant which offers a beautiful view on the city.
The Triennale garden hosts a series of open-air sculptures, including the fountain of Giorgio de Chirico called “Mysterious Baths”.
Expo tips: make sure you visit Arts & Foods, the only Expo pavillion built in the city center. You can enter the exhibition benefitting from your Expo Milano 2015 ticket.
Open Mon-Sun from 10:am to 11:00 pm. Ticket offices close 1 houre before.
Official website: Triennale