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Villa Olmo

Neoclassical villa, famous exhibition place 

This villa is a great example of neoclassical architecture. Its construction started at the end of 18th century and was finished in 1812 by marquesses Odescalchi. It belonged to family Raimondi and Visconti di Modrone. In 1925 Como municipality decided to make it a place for cultural events and art exhibitions. Villa Olmo is definitely the most majestic villa at Como lake. It is composed of a huge park and many buildings. Among them, the central building, which is used as exhibition place, the building on the north side, the south and the north casinos, greenhouses, tennis courts, an international hostel and a lido. 

Information
Via Cantoni 1
Phone: +39 031 252352
More details (in Italian)
Services 

Hours
Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm. Monday closed 
Sala del Duca open same hours with guided visits 

Admission
Free admission except for temporary exhibitions and events 
Villa Olmo is now under restoration thanks to Fondazione Cariplo under the project Tra Ville e Giardini del Lago di Como – Navigare nella conoscenza 

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