With this exciting tour in the heart of Milan, you will visit the famous Scala Theatre, considered the "temple of the Opera Milanese", and discover the Scala Museum accompanied by a professional guide. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the enchanting halls of the building and the auditorium.
Thanks to this guided tour you will discover the famous Scala Theatre, an authentic symbol of Milan, universally considered one of the most important opera houses in the world. Also, you will visit the nearby Scala Museum, focused on the history of opera.
You will meet your professionalaccredited guide in Piazza della Scala, right in front of the majestic theater, known as the "temple of the Opera". Thanks to the skip-the-line ticket you will have immediate access to the building, avoiding any annoying queue.
Once inside, you’ll begin a phenomenal tour that will plunge you into the fascinating world of the classical music: a must-do eXPerience for all the music lovers, and not only!
The Scala Theatre houses an interesting Museum, completely open to the public. Accompanied by a professional guide, you’ll explore the halls of the museum, which preserve a rich collection of costumes, sketches, portraits, autographs and musical instruments.
Also, you can admire an extensive gallery of portraits and busts dedicated to the greatest musicians of all times, such as Giuseppe Verdi and Arturo Toscanini.
Our expert guide will accompany you to discover the rooms of the museum, telling you curiosities and anecdotes related to the great musicians who performed on this important stage.
You can immerse yourself in the magic of the theater, leaning out from the stage to see the beautiful auditorium, adorned with the precious crystal chandelier.
Furthermore, if you're lucky enough, you’ll be able to attend the trials of the musicians!
Meeting point information and local telephone numbers at your destination are included on your Confirmation Voucher.
We recommend comfortable shoes and clothes.
The Auditorium can be visited from a box, unless a rehearsal or show is in progress.
This tour is free for children under 3 years.