The Archaeological Museum
It is situated in the complex of the Monastero Maggiore, which was built in the 9th century: the cloister contains the only remaining still standing tower of the Roman walls, built under Emperor Massimianus. The exhibition path starts from the area in Corso Magenta, that mostly houses finds dating back to ancient Milan, and continues in the brand new location of Via Nirone. In this part of the museum there are three sections dedicated to Lombardy in the early Middle Ages, Etruscan and Greek world. The upper floor is a new space for temporary exhibitions, at present dedicated to music in the ancient world.