This is a museum converted from the Sforza family castle, which exhibits works of art (sculptures, paintings, murals, stone tablets, etc.), furniture, musical instruments, weapons and porcelain. The castle is the style of the Renaissance in the Middle Ages. Its tall and thick walls, narrow stairs, forcing patio, spacious and tall rooms and maze-like paths reveal the solemn and solemn atmosphere of the aristocracy at that time. Most of the venues are free to visit, and some special exhibitions require a fee.
The Stove Scottburg Museum has some Nice decorative art and furniture as well as musical instruments. The Castle consists of six small museums, antique furniture and wood carving museum, applied art collection, archaeological museum, ancient art museum, Musical Instrument Museum and a photo collection, with admission tickets of 8 euros.
Milan seems to have few famous attractions, and this castle is one of the most important buildings. The castle is free to visit.
Castle is the style of the Renaissance in the Middle Ages. Some instruments are very intermingled in this castle-style building.
It's very distinctive. Some of the instruments are very intermingled in this castle style building. It's like a kaleidoscope.
It's more like an archaeological museum, ancient Egyptian art ornaments, great.
This is a family museum with many works of art.
In the 14th century, it was built by Count Sforza as a castle, and later became the residence of the Sforza family. The whole castle was square and flat, with a large park surrounded by high walls. The inner Castle Museum contains many works of high artistic and historical value. We didn't go into the museum. We went straight through it and went to the park.
Many of the collections here are very distinctive. Although it's called the Museum of Applied Art, it's more like an archaeological museum, with different styles of furniture, wood carvings, ancient Egyptian art ornaments, and some musical instruments on display in this castle-style building. It's like a kaleidoscope. It's great.
Milan seems to have few famous attractions. Besides the cathedral and the last supper, the castle is also one of the most important buildings. The castle was large, square and surrounded by high walls. It's a little bit far to walk from the subway station. The castle is free to visit.