Who said that there aren't things to do for free in Milano? Here you can find a list of 12 things to do without even opening your pockets! Visit the civic museums Every day from 16:30 (last opening hour) and every Tuesday from 14:00 you can get free entry to all municipal museums in Milano (with the exception of the Museo del Novecento). Please click here for the full list. Get to know the churches of Milano With the exception of the Milano Duomo, all the city churches, with their works of art housed within, can be visited without a ticket. Discover two House Museums The Casa Museo Boschi Di Stefano and the Museo Studio Francesco Messina offer free admission throughout the opening hours. Admire the Monumental Cemetary The Cimitero Monumentale is an authentic open-air museum, freely accessible every day, which regularly hosts readings, concerts and tours. Play a part in the Sunday at the Museum events Every first Sunday of the month the Milanese civic museums adhere to the national initiative which promotes free entry to all the state cultural venues. Please click here for detailed information. Travel between Extra European Cultures at Mudec The MUDEC - Museum of Cultures keeps an exstensive collection of finds from the Cultures of the world, from the ancient Andean civilizations to the Far East, available for visits every day. Visit the abbeys of Milano and the hinterland The Strada delle Abbazie (Abbey Itinerary) will take you to the southern belt of Milano with the monastery complexes of Clairvaux, Viboldone, Mirasole and Morimondo, all open free or with guided tours on special occasions. Stroll in the city parks Milano has over 50 parks, green zones and gardens, perfect for a relaxing break surrounded by nature. Relax in the Villa Necchi Campiglio garden A hidden gem within the walls of the residence, the Villa Necchi Campiglio garden is a precious oasis of peace inside the ‘quadrilateral of silence’. Get to know a contemporary artist at Hangar Bicocca Together with PAC - Padiglione d'Arte Contemporanea and the Fondazione Prada, the Hangar Bicocca hosts great names of contemporary art in its exhibition rooms and, at HB, entry is free. Discover the Botanical Garden and the Astronomical Museum A stone’s throw from the Pinacoteca, the Palazzo Brera encloses an evocative eighteenth-century Botanical Garden and an Astronomical Museum both open to the public. Practice some sport at the Idroscalo The Idroscalo can be freely used for running, skateboarding, skating, fishing, cross-country and mountain biking trails. Free entry also to the Children’s Village, Aulì Ulé - The Garden of Forgotten Games and the Art Park.