Cleaning and safety practices
Up-close exploration at iconic piece of Italian architecture
Active climb up the narrow staircase leading to tower's top
Chance to snap creative photos with the tilted Tower of Pisa
Sweeping views of Pisa from 183 feet (55 m) above the ground
The Pisa Cathedral, a masterpiece of Romanesque architecture
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Admission to the Leaning Tower of Pisa
Know Before You Book
Children 7 and younger are not allowed.
Children 8–18 years old must be accompanied by a paying adult. Those under 12 must hold the adult's hand at all times.
You must be able to climb and descend stairs.Maximum group size is 10 people.You will have approximately 30 minutes to visit the tower.
Your admission ticket to the Leaning Tower of Pisa is also valid for entrance to the Cathedral. Check-in is at least 30 minutes prior to your reserved entry time. Please note actual entry time may differ from the preferred entry time that you book. You will receive confirmation of your exact entry t
WITHIN 15 DAYS BEFORE THE DATE OF THE VISIT the tour operator will send you a separate email with your entrance ticket. This ticket will be the one recognised by the attraction. Admission to the attraction will be denied without presentation of the ticket provided by the tour operator.
Reservations cannot be modified nor cancelled once confirmed
The museum has adopted a variety of rules in order to limit the possibility of contagions: - Limitation of entrances and exit - Social distancing in places like restaurants, shops, and public places inside the museum - Use of signs to enforce the physical distance of at least 1 metre
- Dispensers are available in several areas of the museums for hand sanitation - Daily cleaning of rooms, work stations and public places inside the museum are ensured - The staff at the museum could measure you body heat by the use of a thermometer
We remind you that the museums are adopting all the measures they can to try to guarantee the minimum risk of infection, but they are not responsible in case of contagion.
What you can expect
Head inside a 14th-century bell tower whose most attractive quality is also its biggest blunder. Climb up the narrow staircase that leads to the top of the Leaning Tower of Pisa and grab sweeping views of the town and cathedral below.
Head straight to the entrance with your ticket. Drop off your bags at the bottom and grab your camera, ready for the steep climb up narrow stairs to reach the tower's terrace, 183 feet (55 m) above the ground. Snap photos from your bird's-eye perspective and imagine the work of desperate engineers who have tried correct the tower's bad posture since construction began in 1173.
Back at the bottom, spend some time dreaming up creative poses for memorable photos that capitalise on tower's casual stance and then consider stopping in at the nearby cathedral for up-close looks at breathtaking frescoes and ornate Romanesque architecture.
Cleaning and safety practices
- Social distancing measures in place
- Personal protective equipment worn by staff
- Masks required