When visiting Duomo di Milano in Milan you need to have Time. Time to queue to buy your Ticket, time to queue to go up, enough time to enjoy the 5th-largest church in the world and time to visit Museo del Duomo di Milano. With some simple Tricks, you can save Time and even Money in Advance. Through some Luck I figured it out, and a little research prior my visit to Milan. Read here now where to buy your Duomo di Milano Tickets, and find out about the different types of available Tickets.
Different Types of Tickets for Duomo di Milano, Milan Cathedral
There are several Types of Duomo di Milano Tickets that can be purchased to visit Milan’s Cathedral. Besides the regular Tickets, Audioguides can be borrowed for the visit, read more about them here in English.
Duomo Pass A – Terraces by lift, Duomo, Museum, Church of St.Gottardo in Corte and Archaeological Area – 15 € / reduced 8 €
Duomo Pass B – Terraces on foot, Duomo, Museum, Church of St.Gottardo in Corte and Archaeological Area – 11 € / reduced 6 €
Duomo Pass C – Church of St.Gottardo in Corte – 2 €
for an extra of 1€ for the Passes A-C it’s possible to visit the Gallery of Contemporary Religious Art hosted in the eighteenth-century Villa Clerici
- Duomo, Museum, Church of St.Gottardo in Corte and Archaeological Area – 6 € / reduced 3€
- Terraces with elevator – 13 € / reduced 7 €
- Terraces on Foot – 8 € / reduced 4 €
- Archaelogical Area – 4 € / reduced 2 € (under 26 years, Schools) / reduced 1 € (religious groups)
- to all the above for children up to 6 years old; disabled with helper; members of the military, after presentation of a valid military identification card.
- S.Maria Annunciata In Camposanto
- S. Stefano Batistery
The reduced Tickets should be always requested at the ticket offices for validation (ID, letterhead from school or religious organisation, related certification for handicapped)
Prices as of January 2016
Where to buy your Duomo di Milano Tickets
Now that you know what different Types of Duomo di Milano Tickets are offered, it’s about where to buy them. You can either do it in Milan, at 5 different selling points, or online. If you are visiting with Kids younger than 6 Years, or are authorised for a discount, you should buy these ones at any of the 5 Duomo di Milano Ticket Offices. Otherwise, you can buy them online in advance here like regular concert tickets and print them out. With Tickets you can skip all the endless queues, enjoy!
When I went to visit Duomo di Milano, the Queue wasn’t that big, but after I waited for more than 20 Minutes and there was still no end in sight, I switched from selling Point 2 to Point Number 5. This Duomo di Milano Tickets selling point is located in Palazzo Reale, where you can find Museo del Duomo di Milano. There were just 5 people (unbelievable after I waited behind dozens of people for almost half an hour!) and within less than 10 Minutes I had my Ticket! Either if you want to visit the Museo, which is an Archive of all the Statues and Exhibited Items, or not, the less frequented selling points are highly recommendable. Or, of course, go there as one of the very first in the Morning.
– Monday to Friday 9 am to 6 pm, last pick up 5 pm
– Saturday 9 am to 3:30 pm, last pick up 2:30 pm
– Saturday 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. Last pick up 2:30 pm
Additional Information – August 2016
In the meantime there are now only 4 selling points for Duomo di Milano Tickets. You can find them on the Picture below.