How to reach us

Castello Sforzesco 
Piazza Castello - 20121 Milano

Public Transport

BY TUBE
M1 (Linea rossa): stop on Cairoli or Cadorna FN 
M2 (Linea verde): stop on Lanza or Cadorna FN 

BY TRAM
Line 1, 2, 4, 12, 14, 27

BY BUS
Line  50, 57, 58, 61, 94

BIKEMI (bike sharing service)
Station 3 - Cadorna 1, 84 - Cadorna 2, 94 - Cadorna 3,  4 - Lanza,  101 - Gadio Paleocapa, 263 - Castello

 

Access for disabled people

Disabled visitors can get through architectural barriers in the Museums by different ways, depending on the area.
The Museum of Ancient Art, located on the ground floor, is entirely equipped with ramps, with the exception of Room XV (Sala degli Scarlioni, the last room on the route) where there are several steps.
The Art Gallery and the Museum of Furniture and Wooden Sculptures (first floor Corte Ducale) and the Prehistory and Protohistory Section of the Archaeological Museum (lower ground floor Corte Ducale) can only be reached via a rather steep ramp, requiring the help of a supporting person for descent and ascent. The ramp is accessible through a locked gate, that can be open on request: we suggest to write in advance to: [email protected].
Rooms from XX to XXII in the Art Gallery have some steps.
The Museum of Musical Instruments and the Museum of Decorative Arts can be reached via an elevator located in Cortile della Rocchetta, reserved for visitors with reduced mobility, accompanied by service personnel of the Sforza Castle.
For more details: www.milanopertutti.it

 

MILANOPERTUTTI
MilanoPerTutti (Milan for all) is a project promoted by the Local Authority of Milan and carried out by the main Lombardy associations of people with disabilities. 
The website contains useful information for tourists with disabilities and with special needs visiting Milan. Accessibility standards for public transportation facilities and, generally, mobility in the city have been mapped. 
A lot of hotels and restaurants and the main sites of historical, cultural and artistic interest in Milan and in the hinterland were viewed.
Tourist and cultural itineraries have been pointed out in order to allow tourists with disabilities to appreciate the beauty of the city. The information on this website will help you to plan your trip. You can also contact us for specific needs sending an e-mail at [email protected]
 

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