As a mansion, the Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is today one of the best-preserved museums in Europe. It once belonged to a pair of brothers and used to be a baron. Until the mid-1970s, their descendants still lived in this place. Tourists can watch Art and furniture collected over two centuries.
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum contains Renaissance art, furniture and tapestries, and these collections belong to the famous 19th century collectors Fausto and Giuseppe Bagtti Valsecchi
Historic house located in the heart of central Milan, in Palazzo Bagatti Valsecchi, steps from Montenapoleone. It is among the most important and best preserved historic house museums of Europe. Lunch available. http://www.museobagattivalsecchi.org/index.htm
I've only been to this museum during the annual furniture fair every April, but I think it's one of the most beautiful preserved palazzi I've seen. An incredible wealth of historical artifacts, handicraft, and social values from different eras since the Renaissance can be extracted from the grand sequence of rooms, but the most interesting aspect (at least during the Salone del Mobile) is the intermingling of contemporary design work with the historical pieces. A great place to stimulate the imagination!
The Bagatti Valsecchi Museum is a non-profit family museum. The museum exhibits Italian Renaissance artworks from the collection of Baron Bagatti Valsecchi.