Record turnout at the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan on the occasion of Easter: From Thursday, April 6 to Easter Sunday, more than 13,900 people entered, up 52 percent from 2019. Among the visitors, there are also many foreign tourists and young people, who now account for 51 percent of the audience. The Director General emphasized that «the data recorded during the Easter holidays, as well as those for the first quarter of this year, Fiorenzo Marco Galli Encouraging and confirming the continuous growth that bodes well for the future.
Galli says the key for Milan is to boost its international appeal. The city has been able to attract national and international tourism interest and We also as a museum, thanks to the wide and varied cultural and educational offer, are part of this renewed enthusiasm For the public, the city has become one of the main European centers. Many adults, families and foreign tourists, but above all many young people, whose participation is one of the main cultural goals of the Museum, with the aim of arousing their curiosity, arousing a strong desire for knowledge and inspiring choices for future courses. The positive trend that started in the second half of 2022, and the first quarter of this year recorded more than 132,000 admissionsof which 43 percent are foreign tourists and youth and more than 1,500 school groups in total Almost 30,000 students.
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