La Scala Theatre and Museum Tour in Milan
You’ll also visit the theater museum and bookshop, where you can admire paintings and musical instruments dedicated to great Italian composers, and learn more about the opera house’s history. See portraits of famous Italian maestros, such as Giuseppe Verdi and Arturo Toscanini.
As you tour the theater and museum, you'll gain an appreciation of the amount of work that goes in to an opera production at this famed venue, where some of the best singers in the world have performed for more than 200 years.
Book early to avoid missing out! La Scala is extremely popular and regularly sells out weeks in advance.
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La Scala Backstage Small-Group Tour from Milan
- Professional guide
- La Scala Museum entrance fee
- Gratuities (optional)
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Please note that the visit to the La Scala Theatre auditorium is guaranteed unless a rehearsal or show is in progress.In the event of this occurring, your guide will provide you a voucher to visit the auditorium at the next available date.
Reviewed by: Yvonne M, January 2015
Our tour guide met us promptly at the designated spot and introduced herself to each of us. Her English was excellent and she spoke very clearly. She was knowledgeable about the subject and able to deliver the information in an engaging manner with humour. The tour was quite comprehensive and we did not feel hurried through any section. We were given ample time within the theatre to view the interior and boxes. The museum part of the tour and talk about the famous composers, singers and musical directors was really interesting. Highly recommended.
Reviewed by: Neville W, December 2014
Although I'm not really a huge opera fan, this was a good tour with a helpful and informative guide. Interesting history and artefacts to see in the museum. Definitely worth a visit.