Although we are not great opera lovers we were thrilled to be able to visit the inside of La Scala. We browsed around the museum and saw some amazing things. There is a lift if you need it as it is a long climb up many flights of stairs. Well worth a visit!
If you couldn't get or couldn't afford a ticket to an opera (and we couldn't), this was an interesting visit that permitted a look inside the auditorium from several of the boxes. We were able to watch, fascinated, as the stage crew set up for a new production. The museum is an assiduous collection of portraits of famous singers from... 更多
This is the place housed in the theater building which house F List piano, masks of Verdi, and Chopin, collection of artwork and many more things to see
The main attraction of this museum must be the possibility to watch the theater from the loges way up over the scene. The atmosphere is fantastic and you can't help to remember the scene from "Pretty Woman" while standing there. The small museum is nice and interesting.
Visiting this place made me wish I knew a lot more about opera than I do. So much history here. Displays of personal artifacts throughout the rooms tell the stories of all the famous singers and composers that have graced the famous La Scala stage. We were able to view the stage from one of the boxes. Entrance fee was... 更多
Museo Teatrale alla Scala is I think one fine way to get to know better the history of the famous cultural institution. Through its rich and impressivly decorated rooms you can see old musical instruments, precious playwrights and books, a painting gallery dedicated to composers,sopranos and tenors. If you are lucky as I have been, you will be able to... 更多
While I'm not an opera fan, I felt compelled to visit this small museum dedicated to an important cultural institution in Milan. It was also a way to see this famous theater where so many great tenors have sang. The price was 7 euros. The interior of the historic theater was impressive with its rich red and gold. You're able... 更多