The Duomo Museum in Milan reminisces on the history of the cathedral through artwork, tapestries, and paintings.
It shows us the different stages of construction, sculptures, and projects. The museum was officially recognized by the Italian state in 1953.
Visitors have the opportunity to view over 200 pieces of art which all pertain to the history and development of the striking cathedral. The museum is unique because it doesn’t hail from any private collectors, solely from the cathedral itself.
The museum is free of charge and highly recommended during a visit to Milan!
Piazza del Duomo, 12, 20122 Milan