This paper deals with the dynamic analysis of reinforced thin-walled structures by means of refined one-dimensional models. Complex reinforced structures are considered which are built by using different components: skin, ribs, and stringers. Higher-order one-dimensional model based on the Carrera unified formulation (CUF) are used to model panels, stringer, and ribs by referring to a unique model. The finite element method (FEM) is used to provide a solution that deals with any boundary condition configuration. The structure is geometrically linear and the materials are isotropic and elastic. The dynamic behavior of a number of reinforced thin-walled cylindrical structures have been analyzed. The effects of the reinforcements (ribs and stringers) are investigated in terms of natural frequencies and modal-shapes. The results show a good agreement with those from commercial codes by reducing the computational costs in terms of degrees of freedom (DOFs).