Museum of Acient Art and Rondanini Pity by Michelangelo

Among the many museums inside the Sforza’s Castle, the most intimately bound to the history of Milan is the Museum of Ancient Art, which collects objects and sculptures, dating from the early Christian period, the Middle Ages to Renaissance, which are particularly related to the art of Lombardy and Milan. It is one of the most significant collections of Northern Italy. Among the 2,000 pieces on display, particularly important is the sepulchral monument of Bernabo Visconti, the Tomb of Gaston de Foix, a masterpiece of Bambaja and the beautiful bust of the Mora. The famous Rondanini Pity by Michelangelo closes the exposition.
Time length: about 1 hour and 30 minutes.