Milan Duomo
Milan Duomo
Milan Duomo

Milan Duomo Tours and Tickets

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Offering the most exuberant example of Northern Gothic architecture in Italy, the spiky spires and towers of Milan's Duomo (Duomo di Milano) dominate Piazza del Duomo, the city's beating heart. One of the highlights of a visit to the cathedral is the view from the roof, where you can scope out Milan from the highest terrace surrounded by statues. On a clear day, it’s possible to see the Italian Alps.

  • Daily: 7am–7pm; Museum Tues–Sun: 9:30am–12:30pm, 3pm–6pm
  • Piazza del Duomo, Milan, 20122

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Doug_K, Nov 2023
Excellent tour of this beautiful Duomo.
We were blown away by the Milan Duomo. The tour includes going on the rooftop. Our guide was knowledgable and did a great job pointing out many of the details found throughout this historic church.
Ron_G, Oct 2023
Walking through the Duomo is of course possible, but the tour provides another level of information you can't just see
When I booked this tour a month before I was concerned about the cost, but our tour guide, Lorella Baroncelli was excellent. Knowledgeable, professional and well versed in several languages she made the tour extremely interesting. One fact that was surprising is the Duomo gets absolutely no funding from the Vatican. The Milan Duomo is a private entity and the ongoing renovations, which are extensive are funded by private donors.
Tom_B, Nov 2023
Great event
More than I expected. For many reasons, excursions post-COVID have been such a letdown. This was not. Our guide was the best I have had post-COVID. She did an excellent job making her stories come alive. The Last Supper painting was far more moving and much larger than I expected. This was a great day.
Lorraine_H, Oct 2023
Milan Duomo Rooftop and interior SUPER
Luigi was a superb guide. Always aware of our group, concern for our safety, and very knowledgeable about the Duomo history and current work to refurbish the facade. Easy walk, lift up to top, and a stone spiral staircase down many flights to the Duomo interior.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Milan Duomo hours of operation?
Milan Duomo hours of operation: Daily: 7am–7pm; Museum Tues–Sun: 9:30am–12:30pm, 3pm–6pm. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:Should I book Milan Duomo tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Milan Duomo can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Milan Duomo 2024?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Milan Duomo costs USD 21.60. Guided Milan Duomo tours start around USD 21.60 per person.
People Also Ask
Q:Is going inside the Milan Duomo worth it?
A:Yes, going inside the Milan Duomo is worth it. With its spires, pinnacles, gargoyles, statues, and white marble facade, the Gothic-style Duomo is impressive even from the outside—but walking inside gives you the chance to see religious art, the crypt, archaeological excavations, a floor sundial, and massive archways.
Q:How long do you need to visit the Milan Duomo?
A:It depends on how much you want to see. You can check out the exterior in 15 minutes. Plan to spend 1.5–2 hours to see everything inside the cathedral and at least another half hour to visit the rooftop. To experience every detail, set aside four hours.
Q:Is there a dress code to visit the Milan Duomo?
A:Yes, the Milan Duomo is a place of worship, and it enforces a dress code. To enter the cathedral, visitors must have their knees and shoulders covered. Wearing shorts, miniskirts, bare-backed or low-cut clothing, hats, sunglasses, and sandals, or having bulky bags will get you turned away at the entrance.
Q:Is it free to visit the roof of the Milan Duomo?
A:No, it's not free to visit the Milan Duomo rooftop. To visit the rooftop, purchase entrance tickets online or in person—these tickets grant staircase or elevator access, with the latter being slightly more expensive. Skip-the-line tickets and combinations granting access to the rooftop and the cathedral are also available.
Q:Can you take tours of the Milan Duomo?
A:Yes, you can take guided tours of the Duomo Milano organized by outside agencies or the Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo di Milano, an institution officially responsible for the conservation of the cathedral. These tours typically cover the cathedral, archaeological area, rooftop terraces, and the museum, sometimes offering skip-the-line advantages.
Q:Do you need tickets to visit the Milan Duomo?
A:Yes. Unless you're praying or attending mass, you need admission tickets to visit the Duomo Milano. You can buy an entrance ticket online or at the in-person ticket booth. You'll need a separate ticket to access the rooftop or a combination ticket to visit inside the cathedral and the rooftop.