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Combo: Villa Necchi Campiglio + Milan Duomo Rooftop Tickets

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Visit Milan's top attractions with this cost-saving combo that gives you access to Villa Necchi Campiglio with an audio-guided tour and the spectacular Duomo's Rooftop by lift.


  • With this super-saver combo, visit two of Milan's most sought-after attractions – Villa Necchi Campiglio and the Duomo Rooftop.

  • Originally conceived as a single-family home, discover all parts of Villa Necchi and its permanent collections donated to Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI).

  • Benefit from an audio-guided tour of the premises to learn about its place in modern history.

  • At the Duomo's Rooftop, experience the beauty of this 600-year-old cathedral and marvel at the gorgeous Italian Gothic architecture laced with intricate details.

  • Gain access to Duomo's Rooftop by the exclusive lift.

  • Fun Fact: The sundial present on the floor of the Duomo can be used to set the time on your watch! Surprisingly precise, it's used to regulate the clocks throughout the city.


Villa Necchi Campiglio

  • Admission to Villa and Garden

  • Audio guide in English and Italian

Milan Duomo Rooftop

  • Entry to Milan Duomo terraces by lift

  • Milan Duomo gift


Villa Necchi Campiglio

  • Headphones

Milan Duomo Rooftop

  • Fast track entry

  • Museum entry ticket (closed on Wed)

  • Entry ticket for the Church of St. Gottardo in Corte (closed on Mon)

  • Entry ticket for the archaeological area

  • Entry ticket to the Milan Duomo

Cancellation policy

These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.


284 reviews
Natalie Kuhn



May, 2024

It was very nice to be able to see the city from above. The construction of the building is fascinating. You can go up by elevator as well as on foot. You could also walk around the cathedral/on the terrace several times. Wonderfully beautiful.
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Dec, 2023

The flexibility of the Duomo staff. We arrived earlier than planned (time slot reservation) and the staff was kind enough to let us in early. Beautiful view, even with the mist.
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Joerg Plischke



Nov, 2023

Ordering... booking ... ... pay - everything went really quickly and easily. That's how it should be! Super 👍🏻👍🏻Thumbs up 👍🏻👍🏻
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Andriamanisa Katia



Nov, 2023

too many wrecks that spoil the scenery and the photos. elevator only on one floor to go up. and a lot of stairs to go down. Not recommended for knee pain. Fortunately, the view from the top makes you forget all these drawbacks. we'll be back when the Duomo is definitively restored: when?
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Lugarda Alicia Osorio Broca



Sep, 2023

Es una iglesia muy bella que vale apreciar desde el interior, caminar cerca de las espléndidas agujas de su techo y admirar la ciudad desde las alturas. Al descender el recorrido finaliza dentro del duomo y es posible apreciar los vitrales y todo lo que conjunta este obra artística

Villa Necchi Campiglio

Spend half a day In the footsteps of the Necchi sisters, on this audio-guided tour around Milan's fashion district. The stops in this tour include the cafeteria where they used to enjoy their aperitif, their favorite clothing retailers, the original flower shop that is still open, stores that sell staff uniforms, and, last but not least, the renowned hatmaker Gallia e Peter and his collection. Currently secluded in the heart of a quiet neighborhood in the center of Milan, Villa Necchi Campiglio was designed in the early 1930s by architect Piero Portalippi, at the behest of his sisters Medda and Gigina Mecchi, and Gigina's husband Angelo Campiglio.

The Inner Workings of Villa Necchi Campiglio

Discover the personal life and secrets of the Campiglio family for the next hour. First-time openings of rooms, doors, and flaps show the family of Necchi and Campiglio activities, preferences, and daily routines. A brief walk in the area of Villa Necchi Campiglio will reveal Milan's dramatic architectural history. While on tour, notice the cultured, bourgeoisie notes spread across the house that was created in step with the times. In addition to the villa, the garden housed the janitor's house with a concierge, a greenhouse, a garage, a tennis court, and a swimming pool. This swimming pool was the first privately owned one in all of Milan. There is a mezzanine floor present, which serves as a reception area, while the second floor is reserved for the family's private rooms. Spot the spaces where innovation was translated into the comfort and efficiency of elevators, dumbwaiters, interior intercoms, sliding security doors, and walled-in vaults. All these features display luxury and modernity, which makes this villa an iconic residence of this era.

There are three important donations at are of notable significance today: Claudia Gian Ferrari's collection of early 20th-century works of art, Alighiero and Emilietta de' Micheli's collection of 18th-century paintings and decorative arts, and from 2017, the Guido Sforni (1935-1975) collection, consisting of 21 drawings on paper by 20th-century artists. Today, the Villa is accessible to all, while donations have been made to the FAI in 2001, making this a must-visit place to frequent.

Milan Duomo Rooftop

Enjoy access to the vast rooftop of the Milan Duomo with this ticket. Use the convenient elevator that will take you to the terrace directly. Once you're there, you'll see the stunning view of the city and a bird's eye perspective of the Italian Gothic cathedral itself.

While the structure broke ground in 1386, its construction only finished in 1965, taking around 6 centuries to complete. You'll get a chance to see the cathedral's marvelous architecture, intricately-designed pillars, and marble spires against a panoramic view of Milan. Don't forget to take out your smartphones and capture this unique perspective of the city and the largest church in Italy!

Important Information

Villa Necchi Campiglio

  • Dogs on leashes are allowed in the garden but not within the Villa's premises.

Milan Duomo Rooftop

  • In order to facilitate the surveillance of the Public Security Authorities for access to the Cathedral, you might be asked to empty your pockets of metal objects and open any suitcases.

  • Tickets have a duration of 3 days from the chosen date.


Milan Duomo Rooftop

  • Note that the following are not allowed into the Historical Complex: suitcases, bulky backpacks, large bags, any kind of weapon, glass and ceramic, helmets, scooters, drones, food, and beverages.

Operating Hours

Villa Necchi Campiglio

  • Wed to Sun: 10:15am - 5pm

  • Cloes at 6pm

Milan Duomo Rooftop

  • Daily: 9am - 5:30pm

  • Closes at 7pm

  • The Historical Complex is closed on 25 Dec.

  • Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.

  • Please display the voucher on your mobile phone with a valid photo ID at the attraction.

Ticket Redemption Point

Milan Duomo

  • Redeem your ticket at the Milan Duomo.

  • Address: P.za del Duomo, 20122 Milano MI, Italy.

Get Directions to the Meeting Point

Villa Necchi Campiglio

  • Show your ticket at Villa Necchi Campiglio.

  • Address: Via Mozart, 14, 20122 Milano MI, Italy.

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