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La Scala is a famous opera house in Milan, Italy. The theatre was inaugurated on 3 August 1778 and was originally known as the Nuovo Regio Ducale Teatro alla Scala. The premiere performance was Antonio Salieri’s Europa riconosciuta
Wow!! What a theater. I'm not a fan of operas, but if I wanted to see one, this is the place I want to see it in. Everything looks and feels majestic, and you can understand how this place became such a renowned opera house.
The museum was very nice, and very informative. We didn't get a guided tour, and I don't think you need to. They have touch screens on almost every piece of art, that explains what it is.
The price is totally worth it.
Very interesting and beautiful. Friendly staff. When we went there was an interview going on so we had to wait 30 minutes before viewing the actual theatre stage area, but it was worth it.
Outside it looks like a nice old building but it is deceiving. Inside it is marvelous and majestic. If you do not have the chance to view a performance (or it happens to be too expensive as they usually are) you can still view it as a museum and receive a tour.
Decent for a short tour of the museum and the opera house rehearsals! I'm sure watching a real show in here would be a great experience, but otherwise the rest of the exhibits are nice if you're interested in theatre and opera. A good, short walk through the museum that wouldn't take more than an hour
My rating is not reflective of the magnificent presentation of the guide, nor of the amazing use the venue has made of technology to enhance the experience of the patrons to this cathedral of the arts. I truly felt that the potential for the experience was not reached. Considering the history of the venue, the amazing works that have been premiered, performed, & composed within its walls; the museum experience was insufficient to my expectations.
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