Look beyond Milan's beautiful architecture and fashionable buzz: the city's also home to one of Italy’s foremost art collections. This skip-the-line ticket gives you fast-track access to the must-see treasures of the Brera Art Gallery in the 17th-century Brera Palace. Breeze past the main entrance lines to save time, and explore independently, viewing masterworks by Raphael, Tintoretto, Rembrandt, and others from the 13th to the 20th century.
Skip-the-line ticket to Milan's Brera Art Gallery (Pinacoteca di Brera)
Save time with an advance ticket that lets you skip the main lines
Explore Milan’s premier art museum as you wish, at leisure
View stunning Italian and Flemish paintings from the 13th to the 20th century
See works by Titian, Tintoretto, Rubens and more
View masterpieces like Caravaggio’s 'Supper at Emmaus' and Mantegna's 'Dead Christ'
Multiple admission times throughout the day
Guaranteed to skip the long lines
Food and drinks
Transportation to/from attractions
Hotel pickup and drop-off
What To Expect
Make your own way to the Brera Art Gallery (Pinacoteca di Brera) at the Brera Palace and use your skip-the-line ticket to pass the main entrance lines, saving time and hassle.
Once inside, set off to explore the 38-room museum, working through the collections of 13th- to 20th-century art independently. As you look round, enjoy the 17th-century interiors of the gallery, which began life as a study collection for students at the palace’s Fine Arts Academy (Accademia di Belle Arti). Many of the most notable pieces were appropriated from churches and other galleries during Napoleonic times, when Milan served as Italy’s capital.
Roam through the rooms to see paintings by artists such as Titian, Tintoretto, Raphael and more; and view the works by Rubens, Jordaens, Van Dyck and Rembrandt that were brought to the Brera from the Louvre to represent the 17th-century Flemish school of painting.
Pause longer to admire the star attractions, including the atmospheric Supper at Emmaus by Caravaggio, and the Dead Christ and Three Mourners by Andrea Mantegna. Other must-sees include Pietà by Giovanni Bellini, and 20th-century works such as Enfant Gras by Modigliani.
Having explored as you want, your experience concludes when you leave the gallery.
Pinacoteca di Brera
Admission Ticket Included
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
PLEASE NOTE: The time you select on the order form is your preferred time. The museum will automatically confirm the closest available time, which can be any time during opening hours on the selected date, if your preferred time is no longer available.
You must print and present Weekend in Italy confirmation voucher in order to redeem your tickets at the moment of the visit.
Near public transportation
Infants must sit on laps
Transportation is wheelchair accessible
Most travelers can participate
This experience is non-refundable and cannot be changed for any reason. If you cancel or ask for an amendment, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
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Reviews by Viator travelers.
Showing 1-9 of 11 reviews
Very disappointed in Viator
Annice_O, Jul 2022
Please refund our ticket price as tickets were not received and we were not given admission. We tried for over 30 minutes to download and communicate with Viator- this cost us valuable time not to mention the stress involved.
There were no clear instructions...
OccuPant, Jul 2017
There were no clear instructions were to meet to begin the tour. called the local number and it was useless. My guest and I just bought regular tickets since we had been waiting for over a hour.
A much missed gem for any...
Joseph G, Jun 2017
A much missed gem for any Renaissance art lover. No lines. Very few visitors. Go early and get closer to great works of art than you have ever been.
LOVED THE MUSEUM MUSEUM. I would...
deb.veater, May 2017
LOVED THE MUSEUM MUSEUM. I would encourage you to go there but there was no need for a skip-the-line ticket. Save yourself some money and just go there.
helped to not have to wait in long...
John B, Apr 2017
helped to not have to wait in long line. Excellent museum.
How would you feel if you have a...
Wilfred_M, Apr 2017
How would you feel if you have a voucher that says My PrePaid Voucher/Ticket and once you present it, the receptionist tells you that the Supplier, Weekend in Italy, did not pay your entrance? I was absolutely mortified because it was the first day in Milan and I had pre-booked everything for my small group. I actually tried calling the supplier the night before, and earlier that day to ask if there it came with a guided tour and if we had to be in the gallery at the time indicated, however, the one who answered was a call center and said he was going to answer by e-mail. It never came. What is worse that my friend PAID AGAIN for our entrance. I emailed Viator about a refund. I trust Viator because they did refunds for some of my bookings that got repeated, they even sent me the notifications for the double booking. However, it is their supplier, Weekend in Milan that they need to review. Brera Gallery and Library was absolutely amazing, it is best that Viator look for someone else to do this tour.
Rafael_P, Jul 2022
Eccezionale l’organizzazione e la puntualità . Siamo rimasti veramente contentissimi di questa visita … forse sarebbe stato bello trattenerci una ora di più ma avendo la possibilità di usare il biglietto per le visite virtuali siamo comunque compensati.
ANNIE_F, Jun 2022
Je n’ai jamais reçu mes billets. Je déconseille fortement cette entreprise il vaut mieux s’adresser aux sites officiels des musées
Brera che disavventura!!
Ida_C, May 2022
Mai ricevuto il vostro voucher dopo aver pagato ben 22€ e aver cercato di contattarvi.Solo la cortesia degli addetti della Pinacoteca e il mio largo anticipo all'orario hanno permesso la visita.Il personale ha confermato la vostra totale disorganizzazione oltre ad un prezzo oneroso e s.z.poter fruire di un'audioguida!Come docente in pensione e volontaria FAI vi farò una pessima pubblicità.Ida Chiostri Bussolin