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Last Supper Milan

Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper is one of the most celebrated and widely studied paintings in the world. Using space, perspective, and complex emotions, da Vinci beautifully captures the moment Jesus Christ announces a betrayal among his Apostles. Book The Last Supper tickets here to enjoy skip-the-line entry, guided tours, and combo experiences.
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Marko Radulović
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Marko

5/5
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Guide (Silvia if I remember good) was fabulous. So passionate to tell us as much as possible for short time that we had.
Skip-the-Line Guided Tour of Da Vinci's Last Supper
Steven K Friesen
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Steven

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The woman who took us on the tour did an outstanding job of explaining about The Last Supper, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Milan.
Historical Tour of Milan and the Last Supper
Teresa Ann Hayden
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Teresa

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The ticketing experience was easy, purchased ticket online. Was able to locate check-in point fairly easily once I arrived to Piazza de Santa Maria delle Grazie. The tour guide provided good information. The beginning of the tour was a bit too slow after seeing The Last Supper, we had a brief toilet break that lasted too long in my opinion, the pace of the tour improved after that. As I mentioned before the guide was very informative and I learned a lot.
Historical Tour of Milan and the Last Supper
Yuichi ICHIRAKU
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Yuichi

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It's not possible to see last supper individually.So I reached you.Maybe we are the only attendants whose mother tongue is not English. Sometime We were difficult to understand,but it's enjoyable and good for English brush up. We would like to join you sometime in other places.
Milan in One Day - With Duomo, Last Supper & Downtown Tour
Yoav Eli Seymour
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Yoav

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Fabulous organisation and the most amazing and knowledgeable guide. Her enthusiasm and genuine love of the city shone through. Full praise to Silvia...she was outstanding.
Milan in One Day - With Duomo, Last Supper & Downtown Tour
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Milan has such a strong cultural and historical bond, it's so very evident to everyone who sees it. This is why this ticket is a must buy to all people who wish to learn about Milan
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The famous mural, The Last Supper had me gasping for air. If you've seen it in pictures before, it's nothing like the real deal
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Riley

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We stopped at La Scala Theatre, Sforza castle and my personal favorite spot, the Santa Maria Della Grazie Church where we saw the Last Supper. Such an enthralling experience, I'd do it all over again
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Last Supper Milan Guide

In a humble refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie, discover Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece, The Last Supper, that was said to inaugurate the period of High Renaissance Art. The Last Supper is lauded for its deployment of perspective and space as well as the unorthodox techniques. This masterful rendering is imbued with subtle symbolism, biblical references, and influential story-telling, recounts the last Passover meal Jesus Christ shared with his apostles. Explore guided and combo Last Supper Milan tickets and more walking tours in Milan.
  • Best Suited for: Travelers who prefer a comprehensive tour with expert guidance and insights.
  • Duration: Varies depending on the specific tour, ranging from 2 to 6 hours.
Avoid lengthy queues and save precious time during your visit, all while staying within your budget. Your experience includes a knowledgeable guide who will offer in-depth insights into the Last Supper and its historical background.

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Skip-the-line Guided Tour of Da Vinci's Last Supper: For a personalized experience with small groups.
Best Suited for: Visitors who enjoy exploring on foot, discovering both art and city landmarks.
Duration: Typically 2 to 3 hours.
Our guided walking tours are comprehensive, in-depth, and exhaustive. Imbibe everything there is to know about the Ultima Cena (the Last Supper) including the study and preparation before creating it, its subtle symbolism, and masterful rendering through expert guides. In addition, you will also visit iconic monuments of Milan like the Duomo, and the ethereal Sforza Castle, and explore the mesmerizing Brera District on foot.

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Renaissance Treasures Guided Walking Tour of Milan with ‘The Last Supper’: Perfect for the art lovers and history enthusiasts alike.
3-Hour Guided Walking Tour of Milan with Milan Cathedral & Last Supper Tickets: For an immersive experience of culture and art.
Best Suited for: Travelers looking for a comprehensive experience combining different attractions.
Duration: Varies, depending on the combo chosen, typically 2 to 3 hours.
With combo tickets you will get to view more than one attraction in the city. It's a great way to save on cost and get the most bang for the buck in terms of viewing specific attractions at your own pace.

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Combo (Save 5%) : Leonardo's Vineyard + Last Supper Tickets: For ones looking to explore beyond, stroll through Leonardo's Vineyard, a gift from the Duke of Milan to Da Vinci while he worked on The Last Supper.
Milan in a Day: Guided Tour of Downtown, Milan Cathedral & Last Supper: For an extensive city and art tour.

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Save 5 % on your purchase of Leonardo's Vineyard + Last Supper combo tickets. 

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  • Milan in One Day - With Duomo, Last Supper & Downtown Tour
  • Best of Milan Duomo Cathedral & Da Vinci's 'Last Supper' Tour
And a 10 % cashback on Historical Tour of Milan and the Last Supper

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What are the Last Supper opening hours?
The Last Supper Museum is open for viewing from Tuesday through Sunday. From Tuesday - Saturday, it is open from 8:15 AM to 7:00 PM and on Sundays from 9 AM - 1:45 PM.
When is Last Supper, Milan closed? 
The Last Supper museum is closed on Mondays, the 1st January, 1st May and on 25th December.
How long is a Last Supper tour?
The duration of The Last Supper guided tour will vary depending on the experience you have purchased. In walking tours, the duration of the tour, including that of landmarks apart from the Last Supper range from 6 hours to 2 hours. However, the viewing of the Last Supper is stipulated to be no more than 15 minutes by the museum curators.
What's the best time to visit Last Supper Milan?
The best time to visit the Last Supper in Milan is during the early morning or late afternoon to avoid crowds and enjoy a more peaceful viewing experience. Additionally, booking tickets in advance is highly recommended to secure your preferred time slot.
Where is The Last Supper located?
The Last Supper painting is located within the disused refectory of the Monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The venue can be easily accessed by public transport. Close by you will find Leonardo’s Vineyard, another popular attraction in Milan. 
Address: Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 20123 Milano MI, Italy
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How do I get to The Last Supper?
The Last Supper venue can be easily accessed by using the city’s public transport system. Use Milano’s extensive metro, bus networks, and different tram lines. Reach Cadorna or Conciliazione from where it is a 5-minute walk from either place. Alternatively, you can take the tram line to a tram stop right next to the Santa Maria delle Grazie church.
Can I take the metro to The Last Supper?
Yes, you can take the metro to reach The Last Supper. The closest station to the venue is Conciliazione. Take the red line from the Duomo to Conciliazione. If you are near Milano Centrale then take the green line to Cadorna is a 5-minute walk to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie.
Can I take the bus to The Last Supper?
Take bus number 50 on the M2 line from Milano Centrale to reach Cadorna. From there take a 5-minute walk to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie where the painting is held.
Is The Last Supper wheelchair accessible?
The Last Supper is wheelchair accessible. The entrance is fitted with a ramp and the surrounding infrastructure is equipped with accessible toilets.
Is storage facility available at The Last Supper?
With the exception of purses and small backpacks, you may not find storage facilities for your luggage at the Last Supper museum. It is advised that you check in your luggage at the train station or leave it at your hotel before arriving at the venue.
Is photography permitted at The Last Supper?
Photography within the viewing area of The Last Supper is permitted, however, usage of a flash is prohibited.
Are outside food and drinks permitted inside The Last Supper?
No, outside food and drinks are not permitted inside The Last Supper museum.
What are my dining options at The Last Supper?
There are no dining options available at the venue. However, you are sure to find restaurants and eateries around the vicinity of the Church.
Are return transfers included in my Last Supper Milan tickets?
No, return transfers are not included in any Last Supper tickets.
Is there a dress code to visit The Last Supper?
The museum follows a strict dress code. Clothing must cover the shoulder and knees of both men and women.
The Last Supper is an extremely complex depiction of the last meal shared by Jesus and his disciples. While visiting, make sure you don’t miss these must-see parts of the paintings.

Santa Maria delle Grazie

Meaning ‘Holy Mary of Grace’, Santa Maria delle Grazie is a church and Dominican convent that houses the Last Supper. Built in the Medieval and Renaissance style, it is known for its intricate naves, apse, and facade designed by architects Guiniforte Solari and Donato Bramante. 

Jesus Christ 

Jesus Christ is the protagonist of this work. The use of spatial elements draws the viewer’s focus onto Jesus at the center of this composition. It is said that Da Vinci artfully deployed the one-point perspective to place Jesus’s proverbial right cheek just at the vanishing point of the painting.

Judas Iscariot

The third character on the left of Jesus is Judas Iscariot, the betrayer of Jesus Christ. The painting depicts the moment that Jesus predicts his betrayal. The character of Judas is filled with allegorical and culturally significant metaphors. It is said that Da Vinci spent considerable time searching for a criminal to use his likeness for the depiction of Judas.

Giovanni Donato da Montorfano

In the same refectory you will see Giovanni Donato da Montorfano’s best-known work - ‘Crucifixion’ on the opposite wall facing Da Vinci’s The Last Supper. The painting depicts the crucifixion of Christ along with two thieves, along with a host of other details.
When you are done viewing the Last Supper, you might want to check out these other attractions in Milan to get the most out of the city. Here are the best things to do in Milan:

The Duomo, Milan

The Duomo di Milano, more commonly referred to as the Milan Cathedral, is one of the most iconic and well-known symbols of the city. It is a gothic-style cathedral that stands majestically in the center of Milan and has held a prominent place in Italian history since its construction began in 1386. Visit this icon with Duomo Milan tickets.

The Sforza Castle

The Sforza Castle served as a stronghold of power for many noble families over the centuries. Today, this incredible castle still stands proudly in its grandeur, now renovated to include a museum that features works from iconic Italian artists such as Leonardo da Vinci and Raphael. Visit this Italian landmark with Castello Sforzesco tickets.

Leonardo3 Museum

The Leonardo3 Museum in Milan, Italy, is a unique and interactive museum dedicated to the genius of Leonardo da Vinci. Located next to the iconic Duomo di Milano, it offers visitors an illuminating and in-depth look into the life and work of this extraordinary artist, scientist, inventor, and engineer. Visit this place with Leonardo3 Museum admission tickets.

Leonardo’s Vineyard

While Leonardo da Vinci was working on the Last Supper, the Duke of Milan,  Ludovico il Moro, gifted him a vineyard very close to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. It was given as a tribute to Da Vinci who had created many admirable works for the Duke. Visit with Leonardo Vineyard tickets.

Milan Tours

Explore the great city of Milan through a variety of tours. Take a Hop-On Hop-Off sightseeing tour and view various landmarks at your convenience. Go on walking tours to see the best of Milan or even hop on a bike to view hidden gems in the city.  While you’re at it take a day trip go for a day trip to exotic places like Bergamo, Genoa, and Portofino. All this and more with Milan tours

Are Last Supper Milan tickets available online now?

Yes, you can avail of all our listed Last Supper tickets on our website. It is advisable to book your tickets way in advance since this is a very popular attraction with slots booked out for months.

What are the different types of Last Supper tickets and tours?

In our ticket collection, we have guided tours, guided walking tours, and combo tickets. Opt for guided tours if your objective is to have a guided tour only of the Last Supper. Take a walking tour if you want a guided of the Last Supper as well as explore Milan. A combo ticket will allow you entry to and a guided tour of more than one attraction in Milan.

Are discounts available on Last Supper Milan tickets?

Yes, a 5 % discount is available on the Leonardo Vineyard + The Last Supper ticket.

Is skip-the-line entry included in my Last Supper Milan tickets?

Yes, skip-the-line entry is included in the following tickets 
  • Renaissance Treasures Guided Walking Tour of Milan with ‘The Last Supper’
  • Historical Tour of Milan and the Last Supper
  • Skip-the-line Guided Tour of Da Vinci's Last Supper
  • Combo (Save 5%): Leonardo's Vineyard + Last Supper Tickets

Are return transfers included in Last Supper Milan tours?

No, return transfers are not available for any of our Last Supper tickets.

Are guided Last Supper tours available?

Yes, guided tours for the Last Supper are available. With a guided tour, an expert guide will give you an in-depth understanding of everything there is to know about the Last Supper. 

What are The Last Supper opening hours?

The Last Supper museum is open for viewing from Tuesday through Sunday. On all other days, it is open between 8:15 AM to 7:00 PM and on Sundays from 2 PM to 7 PM. 

How do I get to The Last Supper?

You can easily reach The Last Supper by using the following means of transportation.
  • Metro
    The closest station is Conciliazione. Take the red line from the Duomo to Conciliazione. It’s a 5-minute walk from there. If you are near Milano Centrale then take the green line to Cadorna which is close to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. 
  • Bus
    Take bus number 50 on the M2 line from Milano Centrale to reach Cadorna. It’s a 5-minute walk to the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie from there.
  • Tram 
    If you are near the Duomo, take the tram as it is the easiest means of transportation to The Last Supper as the tram stop is situated right in front of the Santa Maria delle Grazie church.

What is the best time to visit The Last Supper?

The best time to visit The Last Supper is between March and April in the season of Spring when the weather is pleasant and when you can avoid crowds.

Is Last Supper wheelchair accessible?

Yes, The Last Supper is wheelchair accessible. The surrounding infrastructure is also fitted with toilets for the disabled.

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