Plan your visit

Opening hours

The visit is around 1 hour long. When do you want to visit us?

We are open from Tuesday to Sunday during the following times:

  • Start time: 10:00 
  • Start time: 11:00
  • Start time: 12:00
  • Start time: 1:00
  • Start time: 2:00
  • Start time: 3:00
  • Start time: 4:00
  • Start time: 5:00
  • Start time: 6:00

Special times

  • 16 July: last visit 12:00
  • 17 July: postponed opening at 16:00
  • 23 July: postponed opening at 16:00


Mondays, 1st January, 9th and 25th April, 2 June, from 1st to 28th August, 25th and 26th December

Contact us

For additional information and group bookings please contact our call center:

Tel.: + 39 02 33020088

Full price
  • young people (14-25 years)
  • adults over 65 
  • groups (at least 6 people)
  • teachers visiting on their own
  • journalists
Other discounts
  • MilanoCard
  • Trenord


Special discounts
  • Young people (9-13 years, only if accompanied by an adult)
  • Under 25 groups (4 or more people under 25 years old)


School discounts
  • middle and high school students visiting with their class
  • oratories and summer schools
Family Pack 18€
  • Up to 4 people group with one or more minor not necessarily related.
  • children under 9 years of age
  • disabled persons and a family member or other accompanying person
  • school teachers accompanying their class 
  • tour guides accompanying groups
Abbonamento Musei
  •  entrance to STEP is included in the Museums Subscription for Lombardy and Aosta Valley.

Abbonamento Musei

Open Ticket
Give the opportunity to explore the future! Purchase an open ticket and gift it to whoever you want
How to get here

You can find us at Piazza Adriano Olivetti 1, Milan

  • Not sure how to get here?
    Use the FLEXYMOB services to book a means of transport for you or for a group.  Flexymob

  • Do you prefer to keep fit?
    We do too! And we have some good news: our area is served by bicycle lanes and a bikeMi station. So, you can get there safely by bicycle, scooter or even on foot. 
  • Getting here by public transport?
    A few options are available for getting to us:
    Autobus 65 - Fermata l.go Isarco (Fondazione Prada) - 4 minutes
    Autobus 34 - Fermata v.le Ortles v. Orobia - 7 minutes
    Tram 24 - Fermata v. Ripamonti v. Lorenzini - 8 minutes
    Metro M3 (Gialla) - Fermata Lodi TIBB M3 - 15 minutes
    Autobus 90 (Isonzo-Lotto) - Fermata v.le Isonzo v. Ripamonti - 16 minutes
    Autobus 91 (Lotto-Isonzo) - Fermata v.le Isonzo v. Ripamonti - 16 minutes

    Calculate your route on the ATM Milano website
  • Coming by train?
    We have several options for you:
    Treno S9 - MILANO PORTA ROMANA stop - 13 minutes
    From stazione FS Rogoredo - Metro M3 (Yellow line)
    From stazione FS Centrale - Metro M3 (Yellow line)

    As well as a discount for  Trenord and Malpensa Express travellers: 30% off the entrance fee. Check out our incentives..
  • Coming by car?
    Great! At the weekend, we have free parking for you for the time of your visit. The entrance is at Via Adamello, 7. And on other days, you will find lots of blue-lined parking areas. Check out ATM Milan for more information. We advise you to go through the Corvetto/Tangenziale EST junction. 
  • Do you have an electric or hybrid vehicle?
    There are two Becharge charging stations for you right next to STEP on Via Orobia. 
    Click here to find out how to use the Becharge stations.
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Accessibility and services
Accesso disabili
Disabled people

The tour around STEP is completely accessible for both wheelchairs and buggies. Do you want more information?

Contact the call centre on 02.33020088

Do you need a wheelchair? You can book one with us.

The visit does not currently include touch routes for blind people.

STEP accessibility guide



Your animal companions will have to stay at home, unless they are dogs certified as chaperones for disabled people.



Experience your journey into the Future with a lighter load! You can deposit your items in the lockers located at the entrance.

You cannot visit with suitcases or other bulky objects.


We are obviously connected. It is free in all of the STEP spaces.


Smartphones are essential for your STEP experience. If you don’t have one, we will give you one on arrival.

Foto e Video
Photos and Videos

Amateur photography is permitted inside STEP! Do you want to take professional photos or videos? Get authorisation in advance!


You will not be able to take food and drink with you during the visit, but our cafeteria is waiting for you right after the tour!

Fastweb Store
Fastweb Store

Here you can experience the latest Fastweb services and find the Limited Edition collection at our store.

How long does the visit last?

The visit is held in groups (maximum 14 people) at scheduled times, starting at 9:45 a.m. during weekdays and at 10.00 a.m. during weekends.
The visit takes about one hour. 

Do I need to book ahead?

Yes, you need to buy your ticket in  our Webshop or directly at the STEP ticket office, for the date and time you would like to visit. If you are eligible for a discounted rate, select the discount that applies.

Groups and school groups may book and purchase tickets through the call center at  +39 02 33 020 088 or by writing to

Is STEP accessible to people with disabilities?

All areas of STEP are easily accessible to visitors with impaired mobility.
All video installations have subtitles for the hearing impaired.
STEP does not currently have tactile paths for the blind.

May I bring my pet?

Animals are not permitted inside, with the exception of certified guide and service dogs.

Is there somewhere to leave bags and backpacks?

To ensure the best possible experience, it is not possible to enter STEP with bulky luggage. You can leave luggage or other bulky items in the lockers located at the entrance or by asking reception for assistance.

Looking forward to the STEP experience?

Read the useful tips for planning your visit to STEP
and buy your ticket.