Brera Gallery, Milan - book your tickets
The Brera Gallery is always closed on Mondays. Tuesday to Sunday it is open from 8.30 AM to 7.15 PM, with last admission at 5.30 PM. Additional closing days will automatically be blocked on the calendar below.
Simply select the ideal date for your visit using the calendar below. Next, click the green button and our system will automatically present you with the relevant ticket options and pricing for that date. Tickets are fully inclusive and are all 'skip the line' tickets.
Simply select the ideal date for your visit by clicking on the calendar to the left*.
Once you've selected a date on the calendar we'll show you the ticket options that are available, one or more of which may be of interest to you.
How you'll get your tickets:
To reserve tickets for the Pinacoteca di Brera, just fill out the booking form, give us your preferences for date and time (dates are in European DD/MM/YYYY format), supply us with credit card details, and we'll do the rest. There will be no charge whatsoever until we confirm your reservation. We'll then point you to our secure page, where you can print out your entry voucher. Print it out, take it with you to the gallery and present it at the ticket desk ... they will swap it for your entry ticket. As simple as that!
You won't have to join any queue, but nonetheless we'd advise you to arrive 30 minutes before your entry time.
PLEASE NOTE: You must present yourself at the gallery at the time specified on your booking voucher - admittance will not be granted at other times.
Please also be prepared to show some ID - It is sometimes difficult for Italian officials to understand that not all countries require their citizens to carry ID cards, if indeed they are issued in said countries at all. You will often find that nothing other than a Passport or Driving Licence (with photograph) will suffice. In passing, should you be on the lookout for a hotel, we can recommend this listing of Milan hotels.
Giovanni Bellini - Devotional Paintings exhiition - from 9th April to 13th July 2014.
A study of the Renaissance master's devotional paintings including the restored Pietà - 'Dead Christ Supported by the Madonna and Saint John'. The works reflect a deep religious and humanist belief and an understanding of human suffering, pathos and emotion. Bellini's use of rich deep colours revolutionised the Venetian painting school, and had a deep influence on his students including Titian.
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