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Villa Necchi Campiglio

Villa Necchi is a cultural landmark of Milan, where the Necchi sisters lived with artistic flair. A charming garden, lively modern architecture, and exquisite collection of artwork awaits you here.
Villa Necchi Campiglio


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Villa Necchi Campiglio Guide

Tucked away in the lush neighborhood of Via Mozart in Milano, is the Villa Necchi Campiglio, once the home of the illustrious Campiglios who were well-endowed industrialists with a passion for the arts. The rationalist-styled villa is known for its extravagant interior decor, lush gardens where lavish parties were frequently held, and an enduring collection of artworks and sculptures that capture the artistic heritage of Lombardy. Today it is part of the museum network ‘House Museums of Milan’ and is worth the visit.
At Headout you can gain entry into the  Villa Necchi Campiglio with the exclusive House Museum Card and combo tickets. Along with your reserved admission, you may also visit the other 3 historic house museums and attractions such as the Duomo Milan and the Sforza Castle. Read on to know more.
The House Museum Card allows you to access all four historic house museums in Milan. The Case Museo di Milano is a museum network of historical buildings consisting of the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, the Boschi Di Stefano House-Museum, the Villa Necchi Campiglio and the Poldi Pezzoli Museum meant to promote the artistic heritage of the Lombard capital seen through the eyes of well-known and powerful families.

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Gain admission to all four House Museums including the Villa Necchi Campiglio with this card. This card comes with a free cancellation policy.
With combo tickets, you can access Villa Necchi Campiglio and other attractions such as the Sforza Castle and the Duomo Milan with rooftop access.  You can also opt for a convenient one-way ride on the Malpensa Express along with Villa Necchi Campiglio access. The choice is yours!

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If you are on a budget 

Opt for the House Museum Card if you are exploring Milan on a budget. This way you’ll be able to see Villa Necchi Campiglio and the other historic museums of the House Museum of Milan circuit.

If you are looking for an in-depth tour

If you are looking for an in-depth understanding of the Necchi Campiglio house and its esteemed collection of art, we suggest going for a combo ticket as audio guides are included in all of the variations.

If you are looking to explore more in Milan

Both the House Museum Card and the combo tickets will have you in good stead since both these ticket types allow you access to multiple locations within the city of Milan.

Free Entry

Entry to the Villa Necchi Campiglio is free for people with disabilities and their companions, Fondazione Cariplo employees, City of Milan employees, and FAI members. Students below the age of 26 with valid ID can enjoy reduced prices on tickets.
What are Villa Necchi Campiglio hours/opening hours/timings?
Villa Necchi Campiglio is open between 10 AM to 6 PM from Wednesday to Sunday.
When is Villa Necchi Campiglio closed?
The museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
What is the best time to visit Villa Necchi Campiglio?
The autumn months of  September to October are when the weather is mild in Milan and there are fewer tourists around. You may also want to visit in the mornings around the time the museum opens for a less crowded visit.
How long should I spend at Villa Necchi Campiglio?
Visitors usually spend around an hour exploring Villa Necchi Campiglio.
Where is Villa Necchi Campiglio located?
The Villa Necchi Campiglio is located inside a large campus on Via Mozart in Milan and is adjacent to the Institute for the Blind of Milan building.
Address: Via Mozart 14, Milan, Italy
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How do I get to Villa Necchi Campiglio?
You can reach Villa Necchi by using Milan’s efficient public transport system. Use the trams, the subway or metro, and buses. Moreover, most of these services are wheelchair accessible.
Can I take the metro/train to Villa Necchi Campiglio?
Yes, you can take the metro to Villa Necchi Campiglio. Use MM1, MM2, and MM3 to reach Palestro, San Babila, and Montenapoleone stations respectively. The venue is a 5 to 15-minute walk from these stations.
Can I take the bus to Villa Necchi Campiglio?
Yes, buses are readily available in Milan. Take bus lines 54, 61, and 94 that service the bus stops at San Damiano and Monforte.
Is Villa Necchi Campiglio wheelchair accessible?
The Villa Necchi Campiglio building is fully wheelchair accessible. It is also accessible to visitors with hearing impairments and people with intellectual disabilities. People with disabilities and their companions also receive free entry to the venue. 
Is photography permitted at Villa Necchi Campiglio?
Yes, photography for personal use is permitted inside the Villa Necchi Campiglio.
Are outside food and drinks permitted inside Villa Necchi Campiglio?
Consumption of food and drink is not permitted inside the building of Villa Necchi Campiglio.
What are my dining options at Villa Necchi Campiglio?
You may dine at an in-house cafeteria located at the premises of the Villa Necchi Campiglio. It is open from Monday to Sunday from 10 AM to 6 PM.
What are my dining options at The Last Supper?
There are no dining options available at the venue. However, you are sure to find restaurants and eateries around the vicinity of the Church.
Enjoy the classy decor and ambiance of the rooms and halls of the Villa Necchi Campiglio where debonairs and debutantes strutted about at the height of luxury and art.

The Building and Surroundings

The  Architect Tomaso Buzzi was enlisted to create a non-imposing yet modern and artistic structure to be the residence of the Campoglio and Necchi family. What resulted is a rationalist-styled architecture that both flatters and maintains a sound foundational integrity. You may stroll past the garden's manicured hedges and plop down by the poolside.  

 The Alighiero and Emilietta De Micheli collection

This collection of artworks was purchased during their occupancy of the villa from the textile industrialist Alighiero de Micheli which included 130 pieces of paintings, ceramics, and furnishings from the 18th century. The most impressive work in the collection is Arturo Matini’s L’Amante Morta sculpture which can be near the stairwell.

The Claudia Gian Ferrari Collection

This collection features 44 paintings, drawings, and sculptures by artists from the 20th century. Works such as Still Life with Books by Carlo Carrà, The Shepherd's Family by Mario Sironi, and The Pure Foolby Adolfo Wildt are some notable works from this collection. The entire collection is distributed across the mezzanine floor.

The Libary and Private Study

The library is surrounded on four sides by rosewood bookcases. Its main features are the games table designed by Guglielmo Ulrich and the unmissable diamond patterned stucco ceiling. Angelio Campiglio’s study room is close by with its ornate furniture and an over Art Nouveau design.

The First Floor

From the delicate wood-lined atrium is a grand marble staircase that takes you to two master apartments on either side. The first floor truly displays the luxurious life of the Necchi sisters and their passion for art and couture.
The Villa Necchi Campiglio is one of many in Milan’s cultural sites. Here are some more attractions that reveal more about the city’s rich history and culture.

The Duomo Milan

The Duomo Milan is a Gothic cathedral located in Piazza del Duomo that took over 600 years to construct. There is much to see at this Milanese landmark including its imposing gothic architecture, towering spires, and fearful statues. You may also visit its museum, dedicated to the history of the Duomo, or even climb up to its roof.

Sforza Castle

Explore a Mediaeval-Renaissance fortress built in the 14th century. Considered one of Europe’s largest citadels, it is a landmark in Milan that sees thousands of visitors each year. Parole its ramparts and fortified walls or make a visit to its museum that contains iconic art from Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci.

The Last Supper Milan

In a refectory in the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is the famous fresco by the Renaissance artist and inventor Leonardo Da Vinci. This work of art was accomplished painstakingly with ingenuity in technique and arrangement. Get guided tours of the Last Supper and learn about the rich history behind this famous painting.

La Scala Theatre

The Teatro alla Scala is an old but majestic opera house inaugurated in the year 1778. The opera house offers guided tours of its grand structure and hosts enthralling performances of ballet, operas, and orchestral music.

Leonardo’s Vineyard

The Duke of Milan Ludovico il Moro presented Leonardo Da Vinci with a lavish vineyard close to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie while he was working on the Last Supper fresco in honor of his admirable work. You can visit this culturally rich vineyard with Leonardo Vineyard tickets.

Are Villa Necchi Campiglio tickets available online now?

Yes, Villa Necchi Campiglio tickets are available online now. Book in advance to get your preferred timings and dates.

What are the different types of Villa Necchi Campiglio tickets and tours?

You can access the Villa Necchi Campiglio either by purchasing the House Museum Card which will give you access to all four house museums of the House Museum network of Milan or by purchasing combo tickets. 

Are guided Villa Necchi Campiglio tours available?

At present, guided tours of the Villa Necchi Campiglio are not available. You can avail of audio-guided tours, however.

What are Villa Necchi Campiglio’s timings?

Villa Necchi Campiglio is open  Wednesday to Sunday between 10 AM and 6 PM.

How do I get to Villa Necchi Campiglio?

You may use the following modes of transportation to get to the venue. 
  • Train: Milan Centrale Station is the main train station in Milan that can be accessed from the airport by the Malpensa Express. The venue is approximately 2km from here. 
  • Metro: Use metro lines MM1, MM2, and MM3 to reach Palestro, San Babila, and Montenapoleone stations respectively.
  • Bus:  Bus lines 54, 61, and 94 will take you to San Damiano and Monforte which are the closest stops to Villa Necchi Campiglio.

What is the best time to visit Villa Necchi Campiglio?

Yes, Villa Necchi Campiglio is wheelchair accessible. Entry is free for wheelchair users and their companions as well.

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