The National Archaeological Museum is adjacent to the Church of San Maurizio. The exhibition area is divided into several floors according to the time period. The most amazing thing is that there are ruins of Rome and two complete towers where you can see the murals on the walls, but you need to buy a ticket of five euros.
Without Chinese explanations, it is a bit difficult, basically able to see DO NOT MISS all over, the staff inside is very enthusiastic.
Domestic archaeological museums are scattered in many areas. His main body is located in the old monastery of Milan. It mainly shows the important archaeological discoveries of ancient Greece, Rome and Istra. I like Archaeology and history. I think this is undoubtedly the most memorable place for me in Milan.
The first floor passes through the first corridor to the "Ancient Milan District" area and then downstairs to the "Milan in the Middle Ages" area.
It's good to listen to some tour guides. Many Roman archaeologists find that different styles of exhibition halls can be found here.