Kagome-lattice of 3d-transition metals hosting Weyl/Dirac fermions and topological flat bands exhibit non-trivial topological characters and novel quantum phases, such as anomalous Hall eﬀect and fractional quantum Hall eﬀect. With consideration of spin-orbit coupling and electron correlation, several instabilities could be induced. The complete characters of the electronic structure of kagome lattice, i.e. the saddle point, Dirac-cone, and flat band, around the Fermi energy (EF) remain elusive in magnetic kagome materials. We present the first experimental observation of the complete features in ferromagnetic kagome layers of YMn6Sn6 helically coupled along the c-axis, by using angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy and band structure calculations. We demonstrate a Dirac dispersion near EF arising from a spin-polarized orbital, which carries an intrinsic Berry curvature and contributes to the anomalous Hall eﬀect in transport measurements. In addition, a flat band and a saddle point with a high density of states and with orbital-selective characters near EF are observed. These multi-orbital kagome features could cause multi-orbital magnetism. The Dirac fermion, flat band and saddle point in the vicinity of EF open an opportunity in manipulating the topological properties in magnetic materials.