La Scala Opera House and Museum tour
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La Scala Opera House and Museum tour

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Language: English , Italian , French , Spanish , German , Portuguese
Availability: Every day
Mobile voucher accepted
Duration: up to 1 hour
Do this because
  • Visit La Scala Theatre, one of the main opera houses in the world
  • Enjoy a scenic view of the stage from the stands
  • Admire the rich collection of musical instruments and costumes in the Museum
What to expect

La Scala Theatre is recognised as one of the leading opera houses in the world. It also hosts a Museum that houses a rich collection of costumes and musical instruments as well as a gallery of portraits and busts dedicated to the great musicians of the history. As you tour the theater and museum, you'll get to see just how much work goes into opera productions where some of the best singers in the world have performed for more than 200 years.

A professional guide will lead you to discover the Museum rooms and will tell you facts and anecdotes about great artists such as Verdi and Toscanini, who performed on this important stage. Admire the galleries and the beautiful hall with a crystal chandelier, not to mention the stage itself. With a little luck, you might see the artists!

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What's included
  • Entrance tickets to La Scala Opera House and Museum
  • Professional guide
  • Earphones
What's not included
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Reduced price
  • Infants (0-3 years): free of charge
  • Children (4-11 years): reduced
Where

Piazza della Scala, 3, 20121 Milano MI, Italy

Meeting point:

Departure from the entrance of La Scala Shop, Piazza della Scala. Please arrive at least 10 minutes before the tour starting time.

What to remember
  • The theatre hall is visible from a gallery, unless there is a rehearsal or a show being performed
  • The La Scala Opera House is an active theatre, therefore the opening times are subject to the needs of the artistic production. For these reasons the tour may be subject to change or cancellation even at short notice. In these circumstances you will be offered an alternative visit or a full refund
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When
  • From November to March: Monday, Wednsesday, Friday and Saturday at 2.30pm (tour in English)
  • From April to October:
  • Tour in English at 2.30pm (every day)
  • Tour in French at 3.30pm (Sunday)
  • Tour in German at 3.30pm (Wednesday and Saturday)
  • Tour in Portuguese at 3.30pm (Thursday)
  • Tour in Spanish at 3.30pm (Tuesday and Friday)
  • Tour in Italian at 3.30pm (Monday)
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Provider
Zani Viaggi
Booking fee
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Cancellation policy
Receive a 100 % refund if you cancel up to 5 days before the activity begins.
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