Agorà of Expo Milano 2015 leaves behind Castello Sforzesco’s Cortile delle Armi, which up until today, had been its home. It moves to a new location where it continues to promote the theme, Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life.
Inaugurated at Book City in 2013, the wooden structure designed by Michele De Lucchi, over these last months has welcomed the Milanese, Italians and tourists from outside of Italy, offering them activities, workshops and events. Central to each event has been the Universal Exposition, the city and the families.
It has been a great success that has lasted more than a year and that saw the participation of 13,000 children in the Kid's Lab. Follow us to discover the next destination for Agorà..
Thank you all for coming to visit!