All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Things to do in Milan with kids
Milan may be famous for its football, fashion and food, but there’s a lot more to discover, inspire and entertain in this great city, especially for families. From museums with children’s exhibits and parks with playgrounds to captivating castles and cathedrals, follow this two-day itinerary when travelling with children to make the most of your family holiday in Milan.
Duomo di Milano
Next, take a three-minute walk across Piazza del Duomo to World of Leonardo da Vinci in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
The World of Leonardo Exhibition, Leonardo3 Museum
Then, take a 15-minute walk or drive to Sforza Castle.
Sforza Castle (Castello Sforzesco)
Leave the castle and explore the grounds surrounding it.
The next destination can be reached with a 20-minute walk or a five-minute drive.
Museum of Science and Technology
To return to the hotel, it’s a 20-minute drive from the Museum of Science and Technology.
Planetario di Milano
Next, take a seven-minute walk to GROM.
The next destination is a 25-minute drive from Grom.
San Siro Stadium
Drive for 25 minutes back into the city centre to Indro Montanelli Public Gardens.
Indro Montanelli Public Gardens
The hotel is a few minutes’ walk along Piazza della Repubblica from the western edge of the park.