Tickets for The Duomo, Rooftop & Museum: Skip The Line
Heavenly views of Milan from Italy's grandest Gothic cathedral
- Skip the line and see all parts of this cathedral, Milan's most popular attraction
- Ride the elevator to the top of this enormous church and enjoy truly spectacular views of Milan
- Marvel at the intricate stonework, pointed spires and arches, and flying buttresses of a Gothic monument up close and personal
Find yourself atop Italy’s grandest church. From the Duomo's Rooftop you’ll look out over all of Milan (and beyond it to the Alps on a clear day). And, with this ticket, you'll have access to everything: the Duomo, the Rooftop, the Museum, and the Baptistery.
This all-access pass to the Duomo is the way to see Milan's most popular attraction. The Duomo is a powerful example of human endeavor. It’s 108 meters high, holds 40,000 people, and is studded with gothic gravitas. It's an intricately crafted church, giving you plenty of details to pore over while you're there.
Plus, this ticket gets you access to all parts of the Duomo. From the Baptistery to the Museum, and the Rooftop to the central nave of this beautiful church. And all elements of it are fantastic, but the crowning aspect is undoubtedly the famous Duomo Rooftop.
There aren't just gargoyles up here; the roof is also famed for its statues. The highlight is the Madoninna, a 14-foot-high golden statue of Mary that marks the highest point of the building and has been beloved of the Milanese for centuries.
You’ll also find Catholic saints standing atop the 135 marble spires that dot the perimeter, and other holy figures that nestle among the buttresses and pillars. In all, there are about 2,000 statues lurking and perching here!
Finally, your attention will make its way to higher horizons and you’ll realize there’s a whole city to behold beyond the amazing architecture. Make your way to one of the ornate stone balustrades and gaze out at all of Milan - the views are truly divine.
- Access to the Duomo
- Access to the Duomo Rooftops
- Access to the Duomo Museum
- Access to the Church of St. Gottardo in Corte
- Access to the Archaeological Area
- Audio guide (if selected)
- 10% discount at the gift shop
- Skip the line and swap your smartphone voucher for a paper ticket at the Group or Tour Operators desk, at the Sala delle Colonne (marked with a red dot on the voucher)
- Show the paper ticket to the staff at the entrance
- Please note that you must swap your voucher for a paper ticket, even if you print your voucher
Some of the venues could be closed on special occasions.
- Group/Tour Operators desk: 09:30 - 17:00
- Rooftop: 09:00 - 19:00, last admission at 18:10
- Duomo di Milano: 08:00 - 19:00, last admission at 18:10
- Crypt of St. Charles: Mon - Fri, 11:00 – 17:30; Sat, 11:00 – 17:00; Sun, 13:30 – 15:30
- Archeological Area: 08:00 - 19:00, last admission at 18:10
- Museum and Church of S. Gottardo in Corte: Tue - Sun, 10:00 – 18:00 (last admission at 17:10)
- Metro: Any line to Duomo
- Tram: 2 or 14 to Torino; 15 to Piazza Fontana; 16, 24 or 27 to Mazzini
Don’t miss the opportunity to have a coffee or aperitivo at the amazing terrace of nearby Maio. You'll get a beautiful view of the Duomo!
First of all we went to change our e-tickets to the real ones, which was easy and fast and after went to Cathedral. Was very hot that day and people were standing in a line to enter the Duomo. Fast track worked just perfectly and we entered immediately. Keep in mind that shoulders, back and knees must be covered, you can purchase special cape for 2 eur at the place, where you get your tickets.
Audio guide was included to our ticket, which was very interesting and informative as well.
we went to the terrace by elevator (and thanked god thousands times, that we decided to take the elevator) was around 37 degr C and ppl who were coming from the stairs were exhausted...
didn't manage to get to the museum, cuz came a bit late, but ticket was valid for 3 days for we had opportunity to make it next day.
very satisfied with this choice!
Pls note you have to view 4 to 5 attractions,
Before going Rooftop use toilet & Make sure you got sufficient water because there is no such facility ! we knew that thing but forgot to fill up our water bottles and we regretted ! to complete 4 to 5 attractions i believe you need whole day, i think 1 hour for arcology place, 1 & half hour inside Church, two hours in museum and 2 hours rooftop !
We visited 1st August 2017 afternoon 3 o clock and there was no big line to enter in church , there was no big line in front of lift at 5 o clock as well , lift is very good idea , i remember ticket officer told us that we can use this ticket in two days , so you can split attractions in two days if you like ? its upto you , like one day church and rooftop +arcology , 2nd day museum ?
Before going there i had been searching from different sources whether we visit duomo in morning ? then go home come back in evening and visit rooftop ? but people did not know and nobody could answer correctly anywhere, so i assure you that you have tickets in your hands and you got two days , there is a bar code which would be scanned in each attraction so it does not matter you go museum 1st duomo 2nd or next day rooftop ? it does not matter at all ! even i was in museum and while entering doorman ask me is this your 1st entry ? i smiled and answered yes but why you asked ? he said because people keep using tickets coming going coming going again and again :D
Duomo has one entrance and under church there is a archaeology section ,
rooftop has different entrance , museum has separate entrance ,
Its lot more to see inside Duomo (Church) very beautiful, and its amazing views on rooftop ! so detailed work , museum is awesome too and you need almost 2 to 4 hours to cover it if you wanna view peacefully , if you wanna run run run then 30 mintues to 1 hour is enough.....
ATLAST I WOULD SAY IT WAS AMAZING TRIP IN MILAND ! WOW
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