Visiting the Duomo Terraces is a unique experience to have at least once in a lifetime.
From this extraordinary vantage point, visitors can abandon themselves to the Duomo's beauty and contemplate the city from its most emblematic location.
The Cathedral's terraces know no darkness: at sunset the Duomo's statues seem to come to life and free themselves from their pedestals, "whispering ancient and secret stories in your ear", as the poet Heinrich Heine wrote almost two centuries ago.
As of Wednesday, 25 April 2018, an extension of the visiting hours to the Milan Cathedral terraces begins.
A trial period that will end on 31 May 2018, but which could also be confirmed for summer and which allows visitors to admire the city from a very unique view point until the evening.
From Friday to Sunday, visitors can enjoy the opportunity to discover the terraces, by lift or on foot, until 8 pm. The last admission at 7.10 pm.
The extended opening hours includes: 25 and 30 April and 1 May.
The visiting timetable currently enforced from Monday to Thursday remains the same (from 9 am to 7 pm, last admission at 6.10 pm) and the cost of tickets too (starting from € 13 / 7 for admission by lift and from € 9 / € 4 for admission on foot).
During these days, the Ticket Office 1 - Sala delle Colonne (Piazza del Duomo, 14/a) is open until 7 pm.
Duomo Info Point
Daily from 9.30 am to 5.30 pm