Gallerie d’Italia

Four historic buildings are home to the four Gallerie d’Italia museums, vibrant cultural hubs open to the city.

Intesa Sanpaolo’s desire to share its heritage of 35,000 art works with the public inspired it to create Gallerie d’Italia, museum and cultural complex in the centre of Milan, Naples, Turin and Vicenza. As well as permanent displays, Gallerie d’Italia museums regularly host temporary exhibitions - sourced from the Bank’s legacy of artworks and from other museums and collections - plus an extensive series of activities and events (educational programmes, conferences, book launches, musical events, theatre workshops, informative seminars).

The museum is housed in three historic buildings in the heart of Milan – between Piazza della Scala, Via Manzoni and Via Morone – which hold Fondazione Cariplo and Intesa Sanpaolo’s 19th-century collections as well as a selection of the Bank’s 20th-century artworks.

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From May 21st, Gallerie d’Italia – Napoli awaits you in via Toledo 177, in a completely renovated and enlarged location.

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The architectural project signed by Michele De Lucchi – AMDL Circle transforms the spaces of Palazzo Turinetti, creating the most recent of the four museums. A unique place where photography and video art document and preserve images, events, reflections to promote issues related to the evolution of sustainability.


Palazzo Leoni Montanari stuns for its extraordinarily spectacular setting, the history of the Vicenza-based family dynasty and its unmissable collections.

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Want to admire Gallerie d’Italia’s exhibitions and collections?

Reservations are kindly recommended.

Plan your visit to Gallerie d’Italia – Milano

Gallerie d’Italia – Napoli

Gallerie d’Italia – Torino

and Gallerie d’Italia – Vicenza