The Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper is one of the 13 Lombard state museums managed by the Regional Directorate of Museums in Lombardy, a peripheral institute of the Ministry of Culture .
From 13 October 2020, ticketing, cultural assistance, bookshop and merchandising services are licensed to a temporary group of companies, consisting of Verona 83 as group leader, Giunti Editore for the editorial and sales services and Ad Artem for cultural assistance and hospitality services to the public.
You can choose between 3 methods of booking or purchasing tickets:
1. On the licensee’s website on line (a maximum of 5 tickets can be booked twice per calendar year).
2. Through a call center at the number +39 02 92800360 (a maximum of 9 tickets can be booked)
3. By writing to email@example.com specifying name and surname of all participants (a minimum of 10 tickets can be booked).
In the FAQ section you will find answers to some of the questions visitors ask most often. If you fail to find the answer to your question, you can fill out the form below and we will reply as soon as possible.
ATTENTION: Given the large number of questions we receive daily, we will only answer questions not present in the FAQs.
The Last Supper Museum offers the opportunity to institutions, associations or private individuals to rent the museum’s premises for extraordinary events or openings, with a view to public-private collaboration aimed at supporting the museum’s conservation and promotional activities.
* Please note that under no circumstances, even at private events, is the consumption of food or beverages allowed inside the Museum spaces.
GUIDELINES FOR EXTRAORDINARY OPENINGS OF THE MUSEUM OF LEONARDO’S LAST SUPPER +
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To contact the Museum’s Communication Office directly or be included in our mailing list and receive updates and press releases, fill out the online form below.
Attention: fill out this form only if you want to be included in the mailing list of the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper or contact the Communication Office; requests for accreditation of journalists will not be processed.
For temporary access permits for journalists, newspapers and magazines should the complete online accreditation form for the Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano
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.
From Tuesday to Sunday:
from 8.15 a.m. to 7 p.m.
(with last admission at 6.45 p.m.)
To guarantee everyone a safe visit,
in this first experimental phase,
the visits last 15 minutes for
a maximum number of 35 people at a time
Reservations are required.
Reservations* for the Cenacolo Museum will open every three months.
(*Tuesday, March 14 starting at 12 noon, tickets related to admission for the months of May, June and July 2023 will go on sale through the usual purchasing channels)