At Brera there is no longer a ticket, but the BreraCARD!
The museum inaugurates a new era of museum enjoyment.
BECOME A MEMBER, BOOK A VISIT AND JOIN BRERAPLUS.ORG
When you book a visit to Brera you buy a subscription BreraCARD: a card in your name with which you can visit the Pinacoteca di Brera for 3 months, become a member and have immediate access to BreraPlus.org for one year.
No longer a simple ticket,
but a card, a real subscription.
In fact, you buy no longer an anonymous ticket, but the nominal card BreraCARD that entitles you to visit the rooms of the physical museum for 3 months and to access for one year the rooms of the virtual museum, BreraPLUS. An expanded offer that does not include any adjustment of the rates, remained those pre-Covid (consulted on the page tickets).
It will also be possible to purchase at no cost the temporary card of the Friends of Brera and return to the museum free of charge an unlimited number of times for three months.
PARTICIPATE IN THE LIFE OF BRERA
24 HOURS A DAY
7 DAYS AROUND
WHEREVER YOU ARE!
• Brerax3. With the number of your BreraCARD you can return to visit the Pinacoteca di Brera for free for 3 months, booking in advance on BreraBooking.
• BreraPLUS. With your BreraCARD number you can access BreraPlus+, to the online platform that enriches the museum experience with multimedia content, documentaries, special programs, concerts, premieres and more.
• BreraBox. A kit of tools to support your visit to the museum and make your experience even more memorable.
A new Pinacoteca, this time not in terms of its installations, but in its relationship with its public.
This approach also includes innovations in the physical spaces: since admission to the Pinacoteca is no longer be purchased in the museum, but on brerabooking.org, the ticket counter gives way to a help desk charged with meeting the needs of the public.
Through Jan. 22, the Pinacoteca is hosting the Tenth Dialogue “Rebel Angel by Osvaldo Licini and hidden paintings”, for the first time the public will see a work from the modern collection, set to be exhibited soon in the rooms of Palazzo Citterio-Brera Modern. The Brera painting Rebel Angel with White Moon (1955) by Osvaldo Licini (Monte Vidon Corrado 1894 – 1958) will be compared with a painting of similar subject, Rebel Angel on a Dark Red Background (1946), on loan from the Ascoli Piceno Galleria d’Arte Contemporanea.
Finally, the Caffè Fernanda and Bottega Brera, the Pinacoteca’s bookshop.
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