Museo Teatrale alla Scala is one of the most famous opera houses in Italy and was a great place to check out while in Milan. A lot of history in terms of music and the place is impressive.
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One of the most famous opera stages in the world, La Scala's season runs from early December through July. You can also see theatre, ballet and concerts here year-round (except August). Buy tickets online or by phone up to two months before the performance, or...More
La Scala Theater (Teatro alla Scala) is the home of legendary opera composers, singers and conductors. Operas like Nabucco, Norma, Otello, Falstaff, Madam Butterfly and Trandot were premiered at La Scala. Singers such as Caruso, Callas, Gobbi, Tebaldi, di Stefano and Pavarotti sang on its...More
As I have bought the tickets for very friendly price I was awaiting nice museum and that I have got. But I was even supposed to visit the interiors of La Scala !!! And that was very positive surprise. Beautiful !
When we went to the museum, the second floor exhibition was closed. That was just what I wanted to see cause there are all the costumes etc. Still of course we had to pay the full price though the whole museum wasn't open. We were...More
This is a interesting place for everybody but especially for opera lovers. There is an opportunity to peek into a newly-renovated La Scala Opera space from the box and feel the atmosphere of past great opera singers. Paintings and sculptures of already passed opera performers...More
We enjoyed the old playbills and the slightly morbid exhibits such as Verdi's death mask and Chopin's hand cast. There was also an interesting temporary exhibit on the history of Madama Butterfly performances at La Scala. Of course, the highlight was the opportunity to peak...More
If you couldn't get or couldn't afford a ticket to an opera (and we couldn't), this was an interesting visit that permitted a look inside the auditorium from several of the boxes. We were able to watch, fascinated, as the stage crew set up for...More
This is the place housed in the theater building which house F List piano, masks of Verdi, and Chopin, collection of artwork and many more things to see