The Duomo Museum is an enchanting and silent place, almost hidden when you compare it to the much more imposing Cathedral. It is well worth a visit, however, to prepare yourself to admire the Duomo. You will have the opportunity to have a close look at the original sculptures, at the marble in all its colours and at the details of many unique works of art: copies of the originals in front of you have been placed on the Cathedral at dizzying heights.
Located on the ground floor rooms of Palazzo Reale since its inauguration in 1953, the Museum was progressively expanded and enriched with new works, until its renovation in 2013 as the Grande Museo del Duomo, with a new layout. The tour is structured as an interesting storytelling of the Duomo through the centuries: what impresses is the chorality of the enterprise, a slow and patient work, with a centuries-long duration, in which artists, architects and many others have followed one another creating what is still today the symbol of the city. A place that never stops inspiring both Milanese and visitors.