Duomo & Museum

This church was rebuilt on the foundations of an ancient Christian building and consecrated in 1187.

Note outside the Romanesque façade, Nicolò double level porch (1138), the portal with its lunette and reliefs, the splendid side porch and the apse area.

Inside the church you can see: the chapels with works by Folconetto, Liberale, Giolfino, Cignaroli, Torbido, Titian’s “Assumption” (1530) and Michele Sanmicheli’s original choir screen.

In the “Chiostro” (cloister) of the Cathedral you can find the Canonical Museum, an exposition of religious equipments and accessories and archaeological materials.

The “Biblioteca Capitolare” (Charter Library), gave to the community in the XVII century by the canons, has high value volumes: biblical, liturgical, legal, scientific. Manuscripts minutely embellished contributed to make the Capitolare a cultural point in the city.

Source: Associazione Chiese Vive  -  www.chieseverona.it

Opening hours: (March-October) Monday-Saturday  10.00-17.30 – Sunday and festival days: 13.30-17.30. (November-February) Monday-Saturday 10.00-13.00 / 13.30-17.00. On Saturday afternoon the church closes at 16.00. Sunday and festival days: 13.30-17.00.

: Standard € 2.50 - Reduced € 2.00 (groups minimum 20 persons) - € 1.00 (schools) - Free (0-11 years old, members of the clergy/religious orders, journalists, members of the armed forces, leaders of groups of more than 20 paying visitors, owners of the Verona Card).

Possibility to get a cumulative ticket for the 4 main churches of Verona (Dumo, S. Anastasia, S. Fermo, S. Zeno) € 6.00, you can buy it in the first church. Reduced price cumulative tickets € 5.00 for students, over 65, groups of more than 20 people and organisations with special agreements.

Chiese Vive: 045 592813

E-mail: info@chieseverona.it


Accessibility: Accessible for accompained people using wheelchair  


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