Milan Duomo Tickets

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Opening hours

Milan Duomo Cathedral open every day 8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Duomo Terraces open every day 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Duomo Museum open daily 10:00 am - 6:00 pm. Closed Wednesdays.

The last admission for the Cathedral and Terraces is 6:10 pm, for the Museum 5:10 pm

How to get there

Piazza del Duomo, 20122 Milano MI, Italy

Take the underground (Metro line M1 or M3) directly to the Duomo station from Porta Garibaldi and Milano Centrale train stations, to where you can get direct buses from all of Milan


Can I climb to the top of the Duomo?
Yes! This is an undoubted highlight, because the view from among the Duomo
Is there anything to see inside the Milan Duomo?
As impressive as its iconic marble exterior is, the Duomo reserves its most beautiful elements for the interior. Inside you can gawk at some of the very biggest and most vibrant stained-glass windows of any church in the world, as well as the biggest church organ in Italy. The Duomo Museum (opposite the cathedral but included with the same ticket) houses fabulous artworks, the cathedral
Is there a dress code for visiting the Duomo?
How long should I spend at the Duomo?
If you have a deep interest and passion in the history of Christianity and religious art, then this is probably the next place after the Vatican that you could happily spend an infinite amount of time. Even if you are not religious but appreciate art, architecture and anthropology, the Duomo deserves at least two hours of your time. If your only intention is to take in the view from the roof of the cathedral, set aside at least an hour in your itinerary.


A lot of history
First planned in 1386, when canals had to be dug to transport the pristine white marble demanded for its design, the Duomo
A living icon
While construction of the Duomo went slowly on, Milan was ruled by the Visconti family, the French king Francois I, Hapsburg Spain, the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Kingdom of Sardinia, Benito Mussolini, the Kingdom of Italy and Nazi Germany before the establishment of the Italian Republic. Somehow surviving frequently violent power changes as well as the horrific Great Plague of Milan in 1629-31 which wiped out half the city
Artistic intrigue
The drawn-out nature of the Duomo

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Sforzesco Castle. Viacheslav Lopatin /

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