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Duomo Milan Cathedral, Museum and Rooftop Access Tickets

€20
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Flexible Duration
  • Head out to the third-largest church in the world, the Duomo Cathedral, and soak up the rich Milanese patrimony.
  • Admire the stunning adornments, intricate carvings, and intriguing murals of this gothic marvel.
  • Stroll through the cathedral, and rooftops to uncover unmatched views of the church and city alike.
  • Walk your way to the terraces 60 meters from the street level and admire the scenic views from a stunning vantage point.
  • Visit the Duomo Museum which houses nearly 200 artifacts including tapestries, statues, and stained-glass windows.
  • This ticket is valid for 3 days from the chosen date and each attraction can be visited not more than once.
  • In order to facilitate the surveillance of the Public Security Authorities for access to the Cathedral, please empty the pockets of metal objects and open the suitcases.
  • The opening hours of the Historical Complex may vary due to celebrations or events. Visitors are invited to consult the Alerts section of the website www.duomomilano.it
  • The Historical Complex is closed on December 25th.
  • It is forbidden to bring suitcases, bulky backpacks, any kind of weapon, glass and ceramic, helmets, scooters, drones, food, and drinks into the Historical Complex. For more information, consult the "Rules of conduct and access regulations to the Historical Complex" on the website www.duomomilano.it
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Fast-Track Duomo Milan Cathedral and Terraces Guided Tour

€29
Free Cancellation
Mobile Ticket
1 hr. 30 min. - 2 hr.
Guided Tour
  • Immerse yourself in the rich Milanese heritage at the Milan Cathedral, the third-largest church in the world.
  • Skip the famously-long ticketing queues and head right in, saving you time and energy.
  • Marvel at this Gothic masterpiece with its stunning adornments, intricate murals, and intriguing carvings.
  • Walk your way to the terraces and soak up the unmatched scenery from the top. You can even upgrade your experience by choosing a ticket with elevator access.
  • Pick up interesting anecdotes and secrets about the cathedral from your expert tour guide.
  • After your guided tour, head out to the Duomo Museum and discover the 200 artifacts on your own.

This ticket has the following options you can choose from:

  • Guided Tour in English
  • Guided Tour in Spanish
  • Guided Tour in French
  • Guided Tour in Italian
  • Guided Tour in German
  • Guided Tour with Elevator Access (English)
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Milan Duomo: Rooftop Access Ticket

€15
Free Cancellation
Instant Confirmation
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Flexible Duration
  • Get access to the vast rooftop of the largest church in Italy - Milan Duomo.
  • Take in the beautiful premises of the 600-year-old cathedral, an enduring symbol of the city.
  • Admire the characteristic white marble spires from the terrace.
  • Take in the centuries-old intricate Italian Gothic architecture of the structure.
  • Climb up 250 steps or take a speedy elevator to the top as per the ticket option you choose.
  • Marvel at the sprawling city with a unique perspective from the cathedral's rooftop located 150 feet above the ground.
  • Please note that all participants must bring a valid government-issued photo ID (e.g. passport, driver's license, etc).

This ticket has the following options you can choose from:

  • Milan Duomo: Rooftop Access by Stairs
  • Milan Duomo: Rooftop Access by Elevator
  • In order to facilitate the surveillance of the Public Security Authorities for access to the Cathedral, please empty the pockets of metal objects and open the suitcases.
  • Tickets have a duration of 3 days from the chosen date.
  • The opening hours of the Historical Complex may vary due to celebrations or events. Visitors are invited to consult the Alerts section of the website www.duomomilano.it
  • The Historical Complex is closed on December 25th.
  • It is forbidden to bring suitcases, bulky backpacks, any kind of weapon, glass and ceramic, helmets, scooters, drones, food, and drinks into the Historical Complex. For more information, consult the "Rules of conduct and access regulations to the Historical Complex" on the website www.duomomilano.it
  • Children aged 18 and under enjoy reduced-price tickets (carry a valid photo ID).
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Milan Duomo: Culture Pass Tickets

€14
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Flexible Duration
  • Get a glimpse into the art, culture and history of Milan with the Culture Pass.
  • Visit the cathedral, the museum and the archaeological area at the Milan Duomo, the symbol of Milan.
  • Admire the intricate architecture of the largest church in Italy that took nearly 6 centuries to build.
  • Go to the crypts dating back to the ninth century in the archaeological area.
  • Witness the history of the Milan Duomo from over 3000 statues, paintings, tapestries and other artworks in the Duomo Museum.
  • See the first public clock of Milan at the Church of San Gottardo near its octagonal bell tower.
  • This ticket is valid for 3 days from the chosen date and each attraction can be visited not more than once.
  • In order to facilitate the surveillance of the Public Security Authorities for access to the Cathedral, please empty the pockets of metal objects and open the suitcases.
  • The opening hours of the Historical Complex may vary due to celebrations or events. Visitors are invited to consult the Alerts section of the website www.duomomilano.it
  • The Historical Complex is closed on December 25th.
  • It is forbidden to bring suitcases, bulky backpacks, any kind of weapon, glass and ceramic, helmets, scooters, drones, food, and drinks into the Historical Complex. For more information, consult the "Rules of conduct and access regulations to the Historical Complex" on the website www.duomomilano.it
  • Children aged 18 and under can go for free (carry a valid photo ID).
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Milan Half Day Guided Tour with Access to Duomo Cathedral, La Scala Museum & The

€49
Free Cancellation
Instant Confirmation
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3 hr. 30 min.
Guided Tour
  • This thorough half-day guided tour of Milan is enough to submerge yourself into the city’s rich heritage of art and culture.
  • Next up, head out to the glorious Duomo Cathedral for a cultural and visual treat like none other.
  • Your tour ends at the La Scala Theatre and Museum, Milan’s most famous and adored Opera House, where various world-class opera singers and musicians have performed.
  • Morning tours: Available in German & English, Spanish & English, French & English, and Portuguese & English. You have the option to book hotel pickups as well.
  • Afternoon tours: Available in English only.
  • Ages 3yrs and below go free. Ages 4-11yrs enjoy reduced pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 120 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Best of Milan Duomo Cathedral & Da Vinci's 'Last Supper' Tour

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€69.99
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3 hr.
  • Be welcomed to the enchanting city of Milan on a guided tour, complete with a skip-the-line visit to Milan's emblems – the Milan Duomo and Da Vinci's captivating mural of The Last Supper at Santa Maria Delle Grazie church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Get a glimpse of one of the largest citadels of Europe, the robust medieval building of Sforza Castle with an imposing fortified structure.
  • Head over from the Piazza del Duomo to the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the historic shopping gallery of Milan, where luxury brands are housed in a baroque building.
  • Ensure a more private experience with a small group tour from 14 to 18 people max.
  • Be one of the select few gaining access to the Santa Maria Delle Grazie church and skip the line to behold Da Vinci's magnificent creation – The Last Supper.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

The Milan Pass

€89
Free Cancellation
Instant Confirmation
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Flexible Duration
  • Make your way to the fashion capital of the world and discover the city’s many bejeweled wonders at your own pace.
  • With free entry tickets, unlimited access to public transport, and a 48-hour validity, you are at liberty of curating your own itinerary from scratch.
  • Tour 8 of Milan’s top attractions for free, such as the Duomo Cathedral, La Scala Museum & Theatre, Highline Galleria, Casa Milan, and the Art & Science Museum, among others.
  • With discounts on tours like the Foxtown Shopping Tour, Franciacorta Wine Tasting, and Scala Milano Shopping Tour, explore the city like never before.
  • Take advantage of the special offers on dining and shopping while in the city.
  • Enjoy the included Hop-on Hop-Off tour of Milan, or make use of public transportation to move from one end of the city to the other.
  • Your map and guidebook will help you navigate effortlessly through the city.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Milan in One Day - With Duomo, Last Supper & Downtown Tour

€112
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Mobile Ticket
6 hr.
Guided Tour
  • Delve into the extensive culture and history of Milan with a licensed, English-speaking tour guide.
  • Enjoy skip-the-line entry to Duomo Cathedral, the church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, and the church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro. Make the most of your vacation time by avoiding waiting queues that are a common occurrence outside these famous monuments.
  • Learn more about the Duomo Cathedral with a guided tour.
  • Explore some of the best landmarks of Milan including the Sforza Castle with a chance to view Michelangelo's Pietà del Rondanini, and Mercanti Square, and get the chance to see the Scala Museum.
  • See the famed sculpture The Finger by Maurizio Cattelan, and get a taste of Milan's posh fashion industry as you stroll along Montenapoleone Street and Via Della Spiga.
  • Walk across Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and be floored by its incredible glass canopy.
  • Visit the beautiful Santa Maria Delle Grazie Church, where you will see one of Leonardo da Vinci's most celebrated works - The Last Supper.
  • Please be aware that we may experience some delays as some locations can be unavoidably busy and some lines could form at mandatory security checks and at entrances for the stairs and the elevator. This tour is typically scheduled to last for 6 hours, though wait times at security checks can sometimes increase the tour duration. We recommend allowing extra time before your next activity to ensure you make the most of your Milan tour experience.
  • The itinerary could differ according to the daily opening hours of Churches and religious services, or due to public maintenance works, or also during certain local events.
  • On Sundays, the visit to the Duomo Milan can be replaced with a visit to the Piazza Gae Aulenti, due to extraordinary celebrations.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

Milan Duomo - Cathedral Entrance (without Rooftop)

€9
Free Cancellation
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Flexible Duration
  • Explore the Milan Duomo Cathedral, the largest church in Italy at your own pace.
  • Learn about the fascinating sundial at the entrance of the cathedral.
  • Peek into the history of Christianity as you observe the Italian Gothic architecture of the structure.
  • Admire the view of the intricately-built pillars leading towards the grand altar in the cathedral.
  • Being the building with the most number of statues in the world, marvel at the intricate marble and stone carvings in the form of gargoyles, statues, and more.
  • This ticket is valid for 3 days from the chosen date.
  • In order to facilitate the surveillance of the Public Security Authorities for access to the Cathedral, please empty the pockets of metal objects and open the suitcases.
  • The opening hours of the Historical Complex may vary due to celebrations or events. Visitors are invited to consult the Alerts section of the website www.duomomilano.it
  • The Historical Complex is closed on December 25th.
  • It is forbidden to bring suitcases, bulky backpacks, any kind of weapon, glass and ceramic, helmets, scooters, drones, food, and drinks into the Historical Complex. For more information, consult the "Rules of conduct and access regulations to the Historical Complex" on the website www.duomomilano.it
  • Children aged 18 and under enjoy reduced pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Visiting Duomo Milan, A Gothic Architectural Marvel

The impressive Duomo Milan is a Gothic cathedral in Milan, Italy dating back to the 14th century. It boasts 135 spires and 3400 statues, setting out a trend for high Gothic architecture in mainland Italy. The church embodies bits of different schools of architecture from French Gothic to Renaissance. The expansive interior is capable of 40,000 visitors.

Visit this historic architectural marvel to overwhelm your inner art aficionado and read on to know more about the Duomo Cathedral, why you should visit it, how to plan your visit, highlights, timings and more. 

Why Visit Duomo Milan?

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All Your Duomo Milan Ticket Options Explained

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Duomo Milan Access Tickets

Duration: Flexible duration.

  • With your Duomo Milan Access Tickets, you can get access to the Duomo Cathedral, the Duomo Museum, and even the rooftop of the imposing structure. 
  • You can choose to visit either the Duomo Cathedral, the Museum or the rooftop, or combine all these in one ticket. 
  • Visit Duomo Cathedral, the third-largest church in the world, and then head to the Duomo Museum, in the beautiful city of Milan.
  • Soak in the Italian gothic architecture of the 600-year-old cathedral, as you admire the stunning carvings and intricate decor of the attraction. 
  • Learn about the rich history of the cathedral and museum, going back to the early roots of Christianity. 

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Fast-Track Duomo Milan Guided Tour

Duration: 1 hr. 30 min. - 2 hr.

  • With your Duomo Milan fast-track guided tour tickets, you get skip-the-line access to the cathedral and rooftops while immersing yourself in an interactive guided experience with an expert.
  • Save your time and energy, as you get easy entry to Duomo Milan at pocket-friendly prices.
  • Engage your senses in the architectural marvel of Duomo Milan, as you explore the cathedral and rooftops, learning about Milanese heritage along the way.
  • Discover fascinating facts about the Gothic architecture of the church, as you marvel at the historic artworks and pieces by geniuses.
  • Listen to your professional guide spill interesting stories about Duomo Milan.

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Duomo Milan Combo Tour Tickets

Duration: 3 hr - 6 hr.

  • Explore the city of Milan with these super-saver combo tickets, which include various attractions that are the most popular among tourists.
  • With your Milan Combo Tour Tickets, you can delve into the rich Italian culture of Milan, as you can get guided access to not only Duomo Milan but also attractions such as the church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, Sforza Castle, La Scala Museum and Theatre,- the Art and Science Museum, among others.  
  • Admire the famous artworks and sculptures of geniuses like Michelangelo and Maurizio Cattelan during the tour for a cultural overdose.
  • Take advantage of the special discounts on dining and shopping while exploring the city using the Milan Pass.

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Duomo Milan Rooftop Access Tickets

Duration: Varies from 2 hr to flexible duration.

  • With your Duomo Milan Rooftop Access Tickets, you can waltz your way to the vast rooftop of the 600-year-old cathedral and go on to enjoy the scenic views of the city of Milan.
  • From various ticket options that offer different access preferences, you can choose what works best for you. You can go for the Duomo Milan Cathedral, Museum and Rooftop access, the guided tour of the three, the specific rooftop access, or the audio guided tour of the cathedral and rooftop.
  • For accessing the rooftop, you can opt for the ride in a lift, or go the cardio way by climbing the 250 stairs to the top!
  • Relish the panoramic views of the city from an elevation of 150 feet above street level.

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What is the Best Way To Book Duomo Milan Tickets? Book Online

Duomo Cathedral and Museum are major tourist attractions if you plan to visit Milan, and it can become difficult to get tickets without prior arrangements. Book your tickets online in advance and enjoy a hassle-free experience. 

  • Convenience: Take in the beauty of the church and museum as you leave behind the hassle of long queues with the fast-track tickets that make your experience easier.
  • Advance Reservations: With the online ticketing process, you can secure your trip easily by booking your tour slots beforehand.
  • Great Discounts: Experience what Duomo Milan has to offer at interestingly low prices, as online booking gives you great discounts.

Which Duomo Milan Ticket Should You Choose?

Have you not been able to decide which Duomo Milan ticket suits your requirements the best? Here's a quick guide to help you make that choice:

1. If you’re short on time

The surefire way to make the most out of your visit to Duomo Milan is to go for the Duomo Milan access tickets. With these, you can explore the cathedral and museum at your own pace.

2. If you’re on a budget

If you’re travelling on a budget, you can opt for Duomo Milan Cathedral access tickets without rooftop. This way, you can visit the most-loved area of the attraction.

3. If you’re looking for a guided tour

If you would like to know more about Duomo Milan, the guided tour is your best bet. Your professional tour guide will enlighten you with history, facts, construction details, and other interesting facts and tidbits about the cathedral.

4. If you wish to explore further

You can explore beyond Duomo Milan by opting for the super saver combo tickets that include access to other attractions in Milan.

Duomo Milan Highlights

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The Organ Of The Duomo

The organ of the Duomo has a whopping 15,800 pipes with the highest over 9 meters and the smallest, just a few centimeters. The organ was built by Mascioni of Cuvio  and Tamburini of Crema in 1938 and restored and relocated in 1986. The organ is the largest in Italy and the second largest in Europe.

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The Madonnina

The Madonnina is located on the highest spire of the Duomo and represents the soul of Milan. The statue was commissioned in 1762 by Francesco Croce- the architect of Veneranda Fabrica (the organization responsible for building the cathedral). During the 2nd World war, the statue was covered in gray-green cloth to prevent it from becoming an easy target for enemy bombers.

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Statue Of St. Bartholomew

The statue of St. Bartholomew is known for its remarkable anatomical details. St. Bartholomew was one of the apostles of Jesus, sent out to preach the word of Jesus. The statute was made in 1562 by Marco d’Agrate- a Lombard sculptor. The statue is known for its explicit details of the bones, nerves and tense muscle fibers.

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The Doors Of Milan Duomo

According to the records, the construction of the doors of Duomo began in 1582. The tympanum of the central door has relief depicting the creation of eve. The entire sculpture is made from Carrara marble. The side doors are in honor of the heroines from the Bible. The main door itself was finished in 1906, made with neo-Gothic measurements.

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Duomo Milan’s Rooftops

If you go to the rooftops of the cathedral, you’ll be able to appreciate the marble profile of the structure that you’d otherwise miss.Duomo being the only Gothic cathedral with accessible terraces allows you to explore the intricate details of the exterior. The terraces also give a good view of the city of Milan.

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The Central Nave Of Milan Duomo

The sheer size of the nave with gigantic vertical pillars can amuse you. The central nave is 149 feet high and 63 feet wide. The pillars here are 8 feet in diameter and are up to 78 feet high. The pillars are decorated with intricately carved capitals and statues. The floor of the nave is entirely marble.

Plan Your Visit To Duomo Milan

Timings
Mass
Getting There
Entrances
Rules
Facilities
Accessibility
Nearby
Visitor Tips
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The mass at Duomo Cathedral is conducted as follows:

  • Monday to Friday: 7 AM, 8 AM, 11 AM, and 5:30 PM.
  • Saturday: 9:30 AM. 
  • Sunday: 7 AM, 8 AM, 9:30 AM, 11 AM, 12:30 PM, and 5:30 PM. 

Location: Feriale Chapel

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  • You cannot bring metal or glass objects, luggage, large bags or helmets inside the premises. 
  • You are not allowed to bring any signs or symbols related to political or ideological movements. 
  • There’s a mandatory security check at the entrance.
  • Since it is a religious institution, dress code needs to be followed. Bare-backed or low-cut clothing is prohibited. Shorts, mini-skirts and hats are banned. 
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The following facilities are available at Duomo Milan:

  • Storage facilities: The locker facilities at Duomo Milan are available for a fee where you can store your luggage while exploring the attraction.
  • Restrooms: Washrooms are not available inside the premises of Duomo Milan.
  • Shops: You can visit the Duomo Shop to take back a souvenir and memorabilia for you and your loved ones.
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  • If visitors need to to use a wheelchair, there are ramps with handrails available at the entrance.
  • For visitors needing help visiting the Baptistery of San Giovanni alle Fonti, there is a lift available at request at the ticket office.
  • Wheelchairs are allowed on the first terrace. This can be accessed through the Southern elevator.
  • Wheelchairs are available free of charge to visitors who produce an identity card.
  • Free audio guides and radio guides are available to help visitors explore.
  • Disabled-friendly washrooms are present on site.
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  • Church of San Gottardo: It was constructed in 1336 by Lord Azzone Visconti. The bell tower of this church is iconic and was Milan’s first clock tower. 
  • La Scala Museum & Theatre: It is known for its Opera house where world-class Opera singers and musicians have performed. 
  • Royal Palace Of Milan: Once a seat of power, today it is home to international art exhibitions. 
  • Museum Of Milan Cathedral: The museum is a must visit if you visit the cathedral. It allows you to check out the sculptures and artworks in close-up. 
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  • Since it is a religious institution, dress code should be followed. Clothes should cover the knees and shoulders. 
  • Buy tickets online to avoid the rush hours.
  • Try to come during the spring months of April and May to avoid the excessive heat and rains. 
  • Visit Duomo Cathedral during early mornings on weekdays to stay ahead of the crowd.
  • Make enough time to visit all places in Duomo Cathedral to make the best out of your trip. 
  • Opt for a guided tour to understand the details of the sculptures, paintings and statues.

All Your Questions About Duomo Milan Tickets Answered

Q. Where can I buy Duomo Milan tickets?

A. You can buy Duomo Milan tickets online. It is best to buy them early and online to avoid the crowd.

Q. Can I buy Duomo Milan tickets online?

A. Yes, you can buy Duomo Milan tickets online.

Q. What is the cost of Duomo Milan tickets?

A. The cost of Duomo Milan tickets start from €20.

Q. Can I get a discount on Duomo Milan tickets?

A. Yes, you can get a discount on Duomo Milan tickets if you book them online.

Q. What is Duomo Milan?

A. Duomo Milan is a Cathedral in central Milan. Its construction began in the 14th century and was completed in the middle of the 20th century.

Q. How can I get access to Duomo Milan?

A. Duomo Milan can be accessed on road and metro.

Q. Where is Duomo Milan located?

A. P.za del Duomo, 20122 Milano MI, Italy | Find on map.

Q. What are some of the highlights of Duomo Milan?

A. Duomo Milan has accessible terraces allowing you to take a look at the exterior of the monument from up close. The cathedral also has high ceilings and long vertical pillars.

Q. How to reach Duomo Milan?

A. You can reach Duomo Milan via metro (routes M1 or M3) and bus (numbers 57, 58, 60, 73, or 79).

Q. What are the timings of Duomo Milan?

A.   The timings of Duomo Milan are 8 AM to 7 PM.

Q. What facilities are available in Duomo Milan?

A. Locker facilities are available for free. At the Duomo shop, you can take home souvenirs. However, the cathedral does not have restrooms in the premises.

Q. Is Duomo Milan wheelchair accessible?

A.  There are 2 ramps with handrails at the entrance. The first terrace can be accessed by an elevator. There is also an elevator that can take you to the Baptistry of San Giovanni alle Fonti. Wheelchairs are available free of charge. Audio and radio guides are also available.

Q. Is photography allowed in Duomo Milan?

A. Yes, photography allowed inside Duomo Milan.

Q. Is it worth visiting Duomo Milan?

A. Yes, Duomo Milan is worth visiting for its architecture. It has a blend of everything from French Gothic to Italian Renaissance architecture. It has large vertical columns, spires, and statues.