Duomo Milan Tickets

10 Best Milano Duomo Tickets

Milan Cathedral also known as Duomo di Milano or Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica of the Nativity of Saint Mary is an impressive church that is known for its faithful heritage and artistic significance. The cathedral is known to have a story of faith behind it and has been in existence for over 6 centuries. Milan Cathedral tours expose visitors to the ancient building and the history behind its construction and amazing architecture. Duomo di Milano is the most impressive structure in Milan and its building is said to be the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. On tours of the landmark, visitors can explore its history and architecture as well as the facts surrounding its existence.

Guided tours in Milan Cathedral enable visitors to explore the holy ground with a knowledgeable tour guide who exposes them to interesting facts surrounding the cathedral and also hidden paths. Private tours and tickets to Milan Cathedral are available for personal touring escapades and with skip the line tickets and tours in the line mark, visitors will gain entry into Milan Cathedral very easily without the need to wait in the line. There are several other touring options and ticket combinations that can be availed with Tripindicator including discount tickets that provide customers with affordable touring experiences and other unique offers. When visitors buy online tickets, they have access to more deals and ticket options.

Milan Cathedral standard ticket prices are shown below.

Cathedral Duomo Pass A (Includes San Gottardo Church, Archaeological area, Duomo Museum, Cathedral Terraces by Lift).

Please note that children six years old and under get free admissions, as well as people with disabilities and their helpers, and military personnel in uniform.

Duomo Milan Tickets Price

Cathedral Duomo Pass A:

Includes San Gottardo Church, Archaelogical Area, Duomo Museum, Cathedral Terraces by Lift
Adults Ticket: €16.50
Child Ticket (6-12 yrs): €8.50

Cathedral Duomo Pass B:

Includes Cathedral Terraces by Lift, Duomo Museum, Archaeological Area, San Gottardo Church
Adults Ticket: €12.50
Child Ticket (6-12 yrs): €6.50

Terraces by Stairs Ticket

Adults Ticket: €9.50
Child Ticket (6-12 yrs): €7.50

Cathedral Museum Ticket

Adults Ticket: €3.50
Child Ticket (6-12 yrs): €2.50

Cathedral + Museum + Baptistryt

Adults Ticket: €7.50
Child Ticket (6-12 yrs): €3.50

See below a brief description of various handpicked Milan Cathedral tours & discount tickets.

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Milan Pass Including Duomo Terraces and La Scala

1. Milan Pass Including Duomo Terraces and La Scala

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  • This is a 48-hour pass tour to Milan's finest attractions such as the famous Duomo where you can get inside or stand on its grand Terraces.
  • If you upgrade, you will have the chance to avail the hop on, hop off tour through free public transport.
  • Availing this pass will also entitle you to have a private guided tour within
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1-Hour Rooftop Guided Tour of Milan's Duomo

2. 1-Hour Rooftop Guided Tour of Milan's Duomo

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  • A chance to save time and skip the line to Milan's Duomo.
  • A comprehensive up not time-consuming tour of the Cathedral.
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Best of Milan Experience Including Da Vinci's The Last Supper and Milan Duomo

3. Best of Milan Experience Including Da Vinci's The Last Supper and Milan Duomo

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  • A jam-packed city tour which visits all of Milan's highlights in just 6-hours.
  • A chance to entre Milan's Duomo, see The Last Supper, and tour the city with an expert guide.
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Best of Milan audio tour: From the gorgeous Duomo to Castello Sforzesco

4. Best of Milan audio tour: From the gorgeous Duomo to Castello Sforzesco

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  • If you’d like to discover the secrets of Milan and delve into the city’s stories and curiosities, this is the self guided audio tour tour for you! We’ll explore all the main attractions starting from the heart of Milan at Piazza della Scala, then heading towards the Duomo, before exploring the majestic Sforza Castle and ending off in the hip...
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Milan: Duomo Cathedral and Rooftop Guided Tour

5. Milan: Duomo Cathedral and Rooftop Guided Tour

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  • No visit to Milan is complete without a visit to the Duomo. Learn the stories and history of this sacred place as you visit the fifth largest church in Europe. You will be escorted by a knowledgeable tour guide, who will tell you everything there is to know about this gothic work of art.

    You will meet your tour guide in Duomo square and...
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Milan: La Scala Theatre, Museum & Duomo Guided Tour

6. Milan: La Scala Theatre, Museum & Duomo Guided Tour

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  • Discover the most significant landmarks in Milan on this 2-hour guided walking tour. Witness the beauty of the city as your guide leads you through the history, the culture and the traditions of the city.

    Start with a visit to the greatest opera house in Milan. La Scala is known as one of the most extraordinary opera and ballet theaters and...
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Private Milan Segway Tour: Sforza Castle, La Scala, the Duomo & more

7. Private Milan Segway Tour: Sforza Castle, La Scala, the Duomo & more

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  • Get a truly unique experience and explore every hidden corner of Milan on a 3-hour Segway tour. Follow your guide through the picturesque streets and admire the astonishing view of such iconic sites as Sforza Castle, Arco Della Pace, La Scala, Galleria Vittorio Emmanuele, and the remarkable Duomo Cathedral. Stop to take memorable photos and enjoy...
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Best Milan walking Tour with Last Supper, Sforza Castle & Duomo

8. Best Milan walking Tour with Last Supper, Sforza Castle & Duomo

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  • Visit Milan has never been easier. See all the landmarks of the city in a 3-hours walking tour.

    Walk with your tour guide and make the most of your time in Milan.

    Visit the Duomo (from outside), one of the largest cathedral in Europe. Pass though the Vittorio Emanuele II gallery to reach Piazza della Scala. Pass by the courtyards of...
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La Scala & Duomo: 2-hour guided tour

9. La Scala & Duomo: 2-hour guided tour

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  • If you are passionate about opera, you may want to visit the Scala theater. Join this 1-hour guided walking tour and discover La Scala, one of the most extraordinary work and ballet theaters where performed the best singers and artists from all over the world: Giuseppe Verdi, Gioachino Rossini and Arturo Toscanini, just to mention a few. Admire...
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Milan Private Tour of the Duomo and the Terraces of the Duomo

10. Milan Private Tour of the Duomo and the Terraces of the Duomo

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  • The Duomo in the center of the city, yesterday and today. Discover the Duomo, admire the 360 ° panorama of the city and stroll through Galleria Vittorio Emanuele the hub of Milan before arriving at the temple of music. A suggestive and fascinating tour to get to know the heart of the...
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Skip-the-line Duomo Tour with Rooftop Access

11. Skip-the-line Duomo Tour with Rooftop Access

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  • Join the only skip-the line tour of the Milan Duomo and discover the Cathedral and Terraces with Veneranda Fabbrica, the organization that for over 600 years has been responsible for preservation and restoration of the church. Learn about the history of the Cathedral, marvel at the beauty of its decorations, and uncover its hidden symbols. Climb...
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Skip-the-Line Milan Duomo Cathedral & Rooftop Terraces by Lift Semi-Private Tour

12. Skip-the-Line Milan Duomo Cathedral & Rooftop Terraces by Lift Semi-Private Tour

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  • Are you staying in Milan and are you curious to visit the symbol of the city, the Duomo- Thanks to this tour guide, you will be able to visit the Duomo of Milan.

    You will meet your guide in front of the Duomo. As soon as you will see this magnificent building you will remain astonished! Follow the inside guide to admire the perfect...
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Milan Highlights Walking Tour with Fast Ticket to Duomo Cathedral & Last Supper

13. Milan Highlights Walking Tour with Fast Ticket to Duomo Cathedral & Last Supper

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  • Milan during the Renaissance period has bloomed in art and architecture, in the way you can see it today! Thanks to the knowledge of an expert local guide and to skip-the-line tickets, you can visit two of the main attractions of Milan. Start by visiting the magnificent Duomo, the symbol of Milan. Take a look at the magnificent Gothic architecture...
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Skip The Line: Best Of Milan Tour With Last Supper Tickets & Milan Duomo

14. Skip The Line: Best Of Milan Tour With Last Supper Tickets & Milan Duomo

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  • The Best Of Milan Tour With Last Supper Tickets & Milan Duomo takes you to Milan’s world-famous attractions and introduces you to some of its stunning hidden gems. Forget everything you’ve heard about Milan, this tour will reveal the artistic, architectural, and historical beauty of this amazing...
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FAQs about Milano Duomo & Rooftop

Duomo Milan Opening Times

  • Cathedral - open every day from 8 am to 7 pm
  • Museum - open Thursday to Tuesday from 10 am to 6 pm
  • Archaeological area - open every day from 9 am to 7 pm
  • Rooftop terrace - daily from 9 am to 7 pm

Getting to The Duomo Milan

There are several ways to get to the Duomo.

  • Metro - Duomo, lines 1 and 3
  • Tram - Torino (Duomo), lines 2,3 and 14

Dogana (Dumo), line 24

Plan Your Visit to the Duomo Milan

If you are going to Milan, it is important that you plan your visit well, so you do not waste time and money.

When to visit. The best time to visit Milan are April to May or September to October. The spring and fall months are the peak season for tourism, however, you will be able to avoid the sweltering heat of the summer months. Be prepared for the throng of tourists though.

Know the opening hours. Aside from the Duomo, there are various other places in Milan to see. You can also take a Milan to Venice day trip or a trip to other places, if you have the time. Check a map of Milan attractions to see what other places and attractions you can go to and check out.

Map of Duomo Milan



What is the Milano Cathedral (Duomo) Rooftop?


Milan Duomo Rooftop

Visitors can enjoy unrivaled amazing views of the city of Milan for a nominal fee by going to the rooftop using the stairs or the lift. There are two lifts going to the rooftop and 6 stone stairways. There are 33 stone bridges that crisscross two side of the roof, connecting the different sections.

Walking on the rooftop of the cathedral lets you see the city from different perspectives. You will have a close encounter with awe-inspiring carvings and pinnacles that the experience can be likened to walking through a forest of delicate marble. There is one statue that towers above all else on the rooftop and it is said that it must always be the highest in Milan, the golden Madonna, which is the symbol of the city.

From above, you will be able to see the Piazza del Duomo with its stunning be beautiful geometric decorations. The square’s design, as well as the magnificent buildings surrounding it date back to the second half of the 19th century. On a clear day, you will also be able to see the Stazione Centrale train station and even get a glimpse of the Alps.

Tips for Visiting the Duomo Milan

When visiting Milan, you will also want to explore the Duomo. The cathedral in the center of Milan deserves more than a glance from the outside. Here are a few tips to make your experience an unforgettable one.

Plan. Aside from the Duomo, there are plenty of other free things to do in Milan, so plan well to avoid wasting your time, money and energy.

Purchase tickets in advance. Do not waste time in line. Get instant access and start exploring as soon as you get there. This is especially helpful if you have limited time and want to see as much as you can when in Milan.

Buy the right ticket. Unlike other cathedrals, the Duomo does not have a standard ticket. This being one of the largest cathedrals in the world, guests need different tickets to access various areas of the building, as well as nearby attractions. Do a little research so you do not end up buying the wrong ticket and wasting your money in the process.

Read up. It pays to at least read a brief history of the city and its many attractions before going there. For example, if you plan to see the painting of the last supper. It is helpful to read Milan Last Supper painting facts to at least have an insight of this wonderful work of art. Although you may have a guide during your tour, you may be too busy being amazed by the exquisite pieces that you are no longer paying attention to your guide.

What is the name of the Duomo in Milan?

The full name of the Duomo in Milan is the Basilica Cattedrale Metropolitana di Santa Maria Nascente.

Why Was the Milano Cathedral (Duomo) Built?

The cathedral was built because the Archbishop and the new Lord of Milan wanted to build a structure that would make people marvel at the glory of the God. It was also built to showcase the power of the city of Milan.