Duomo di Milano Skip-the-Line Access
With skip-the-line access to the Duomo, its archeological area, and dedicated museum, you can learn about the history and treasures of one of the world's most famous cathedrals. Find out about the 600-year-old organization, Veneranda Fabbrica del Duomo, and its continuous protection and improvement of this remarkable patrimony of craftsmanship, culture, and history that is the image of Milan.
Follow a route that takes you through Milan's Duomo. At the Archaeological Area, you can see the ruins of the Baptistery of San Giovanni alle Fonti. Learn about the Basilica of Saint Thecla, which was built in the fourth century. When you enter the cathedral, you'll discover a wealth of religious art.
From the Duomo Museum to the Church of San Gottardo in Corte, you can follow the construction of the Cathedral through sculptures, stained glass windows, wooden models, and tapestries. When planning your excursion, keep in mind that the Church of San Gottardo and the Museum are closed on Wednesdays.
- For entry into some museums and places of worship, there is a dress code. Both men and women must cover their shoulders and knees.
What to bring:
- Passport or ID card
- Weapons or sharp objects
- Food and drinks
- Luggage or large bags
- Short skirts
- Pets (assistance dogs allowed)
- Sleeveless shirts
- Glass objects
- Wearing a costume
- See-through clothing
• Entrance ticket to Milan Cathedral
• Entrance ticket to Duomo Museum
• Entrance to Archaeological Area
• Access to the terrace
• Cathedral, Archeological Area and Museum
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