PRENOTA LA TUA VISITA AL CENACOLO
Starting from July, we are gradually increasing the number of visitors admitted to the Refectory: each week two more people will be admitted every 15 minutes, until by Saturday 25 July we reach the maximum of 18 people permitted every 15 minutes.
The Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper reopens on 9 June with itineraries and visits carefully planned to protect the safety and health of public and staff
Visitors are informed that, under provisions of Article 88 para. 3 of Legislative Decree No. 18 of 17 March 2020, tickets purchased for visits in the period between 8th March 2020 and whenever the museum reopens will be refunded with a digital voucher for the equivalent sum, which may be used within one year of issue.
By express provision of the law, any other form of reimbursement is currently excluded.
A multisensory and multimedia narrative that accompanies visitors on an engaging journey to discover the documentary sources kept in the State Archives of Milan, recounting the story and works of Leonardo's period in Milan (and much else).
The technique used by Leonardo to paint the Last Supper, unfavorable environmental conditions and its various historical vicissitudes have made the masterpiece vulnerable and fragile.
For this reason the Museum staff cares for the Last Supper daily with a wide range of preventive actions.
Tuesday – Saturday
9 am – 7 pm
(last entry 6.45 pm)
9 am – 1.45 pm
(last entry 1.30 pm)
closed every Monday
To guarantee everyone a safe visit,
in this first experimental phase,
the visits last 15 minutes for
a maximum number of 16 people at a time
Reservations are required.
800 990 084
from landline or mobile:
+39 02 92800360
(Mon-Sat, 8 am-6.30 pm)