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Admission to museums, monuments, galleries and archaeological areas of the Italian State is free for all citizens of the European Union, under the age of 18 .

In addition, the following are entitled to free admission:

  • non-EU minors coming from countries “on condition of reciprocity” (remember that minors under 12 years of age must be accompanied). Currently, the countries with reciprocity agreements are: Switzerland, the countries that are members of the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein) and Uruguay. In addition to the above agreements, the reciprocity conditions may be applied to holders of a regular residence permit issued for the reasons shown on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
  • persons with disabilities, together with a family member or other person accompanying them who can show that they belong to the social and health care services;
  • tourist guides of the European Union in the performance of their profession, by showing a valid licence issued by the competent authority;
  • tourist interpreters from the European Union when they need to work with the guide, by showing a valid licence issued by the competent authority;
  • journalists in good standing with the payment of membership fees, through the presentation of a suitable document proving the professional activity performed;
  • groups of students of state and private schools in the European Union, accompanied by their teachers, by reservation and within the numerical limit established by the head of the institute;
    permanent or temporary teaching staff of Italian schools, on presentation of a suitable certificate issued by the educational institutions on the model downloadable from the website of the Italian Education Ministry (MIUR);
  • teachers of art history at high schools, on presentation of a suitable document;
  • teachers and students enrolled in the Academies of Fine Arts or in the corresponding institutions of the European Union, by showing the certificate of registration for the current academic year;
  • lecturers and students enrolled in undergraduate, Master’s or postgraduate degrees and PhDs in the following faculties: architecture, conservation of the cultural heritage, education or letters and philosophy with an archaeological or historical-artistic orientation. The same facilitation is extended to teachers and students of the corresponding courses or faculties established in the states of the European Union. Free admission is allowed to students on showing the certificate of enrolment for the current academic year, and to teachers by showing a suitable document;
  • students in advanced education courses of the  schools of the Ministry (Istituto Centrale per il Restauro, Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Scuola per il Restauro del Mosaico);
    for reasons of study and research attested by educational or university institutions, academies, Italian or foreign research and cultural institutes, as well as by departments of the Ministry; or for particular and
  • motivated needs, the director may allow free admission to the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper for specific periods to those who request it;
    the staff of the Ministry of Culture;
  • members of the I.C.O.M. (International Council of Museums)

 

The following have the right to free admission to state museums, on receipt of an individual pass valid for one year (with photograph) from the General Directorate of Museums, for study and research reasons or for specific and motivated needs:

  • operators of voluntary associations acting through agreements with the peripheral offices of the Ministry;
  • honorary Inspectors and Conservators of the Ministry;
  • the Military Members of the Cultural Heritage Protection Unit;
  • members of the I.C.C.R.O.M.;
  • Italian and foreign scholars for study or research purposes attested by educational or university institutions, academies, Italian or foreign research and cultural institutes, as well as by departments of the Ministry, or for specific and motivated needs, to whom the Director General may issue annual passes for free admission.

Young people from EU and non-EU countries (subject to reciprocity) from 18 to 25 years of age (not yet completed) have the right to reduced admission (€ 2.00).

Currently, the countries with which reciprocity agreements have been concluded are: Switzerland, countries that are members of the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein) and Uruguay. In addition to the above agreements, the reciprocity conditions may be applied to holders of a regular residence permit issued for the reasons indicated on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

No, the benefit is valid until the 25th birthday.

If you want to book paid and free tickets at the same time, you can use the usual booking channels (you can find them listed here). If you want to book only free tickets, you must fill out this online form.

The document showing the right to free admission will be checked at the box office before issuing a ticket. If you have booked a free ticket without being entitled to it, you will be required to pay the correct admission fee to enter the Museum.

The document showing the right to free admission will be checked at the box office before issuing a ticket. If you have booked a free ticket without being entitled to it, you will be required to pay the correct admission fee to enter the Museum.

Yes, people with disability, entitled under L. 104/1992 Art. 3, have right to free admission to the Museum.

If you want to book free tickets, for you and your companion, you must fill out this online form.

If you want to book paid and free tickets at the same time, you can use the usual booking channels (you can find them listed here).

The document showing the right to free admission will be checked at the box office before issuing a ticket. If you have booked a free ticket without being entitled to it, you will be required to pay the correct admission fee to enter the Museum.

Since the benefit belongs exclusively to the those entitled under L. 104/1992 Art. 3, you have to present the health documentation attesting such entitlement.

The benefit can be extended to private schools recognised by the MIUR, by submitting an application form (aggiungere qui link) on the contacts section of this specific site to the Director of the Museum.

Yes, if the school or faculty is among those which are allowed free admission. The nationality is irrelevant. You will have to bring the documentation certifying registration, to be shown at the ticket office.

Yes, it is only given to Italian teachers. To take advantage of free admission it is necessary to produce the certification issued by the MIUR. The certification, valid for both permanent and temporary staff, must be issued by the head teacher. For temporary teaching staff, the start and end dates of the contract must be specified. If the teacher is employed in more than one school, the certificate should be issued by the institution where the teacher is employed for the greatest number of hours.

The form is valid for one year (12 months) from the date of signing.

Yes, Italian and foreign journalists, members of the professional body and in good standing with the payment of membership fees, are entitled to free admission to the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper. You are required to present your card showing membership of the order of journalists at the ticket office.

To book free admission you should fill in the online form at this link, selecting the item “journalist” in the menu “Type of free admission”.

If you wish to book paid and free tickets at the same time, you can use the usual sales channels (they are listed here).

No, the benefit of free admission is exclusively for staff on duty.

No, it is not valid for the Polizia di Stato, the Carabinieri and the Guardia di Finanza.

Only operators of voluntary associations operating through agreements with the peripheral offices of the Ministry of Culture are entitled to free admission. Membership of the association must be attested through the possession of an annual name card and accompanied by a photograph, to be requested from the General Directorate of Museums .

Yes, being suspended due to the Covid-19 health emergency, starting from Sunday, 3 April 2022, free admission to museums, monuments, galleries and state archaeological areas was restored on the first Sunday of each month. Remember that for the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper reservations are always required, even on free Sundays or other possible free admission initiatives.

Tickets will be made available, exclusively on the online sales platform , starting from the previous Wednesday. You can acquire a maximum of 5 tickets. In addition, groups will not be accepted on free Sundays or other days with free admission, nor will it be possible to use services such as guided tours and workshops. It is also forbidden to conduct professional guided tours.

Yes, the Ministry of Culture provides state museums with extraordinary evening openings at a symbolic cost of €1.00 on the occasion of Museum Night (mid-May) and the European Heritage Days (the last Saturday of September). In addition to these, the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper may identify other times at which free or reduced admission will be offered to visitors.

Information about all such initiatives will be communicated in advance. Tickets will be made available, exclusively on the online sales platform , during the week of the event. Visitors can buy a maximum of 5 tickets. Groups will not be accepted, nor will it be possible to perform or use services such as professional guided tours. Finally, please note that booking is always required.

Yes, the Directorate General of Museums has clarified that the phrase “in the performance of their profession” can be interpreted in an extensive sense, considering visits preliminary to the accompaniment of individuals or groups of visitors directly related to the professional work of tour guides.

Groups of students of faculties or schools that do not belong the categories specifically identified as entitled to free admission can apply via the form in the contacts section of this specific site on application to the Director of the Museum, who will decide whether to grant free admission.

The following are entitled to free admission to state museums:

  • permanent or temporary teaching staff of Italian schools, on presentation of a suitable certificate issued by the educational institutions on the model downloadable from the website of the Ministry of Education (MIUR);
  • teachers of art history at high schools, on presentation of a suitable document;
  • teachers and students enrolled in the Academies of Fine Arts or in corresponding institutions of the European Union, by showing the certificate of registration for the current academic year;
  • teachers and students of undergraduate, Master’s or postgraduate degrees and PhDs in the following faculties: architecture, conservation of the cultural heritage, education or literature and philosophy with an archaeological or historical-artistic orientation. The same facilities are extended to teachers and students of faculties or corresponding courses established in the states of the European Union. Free admission is allowed to students by showing the certificate of registration for the current academic year, to teachers by showing a suitable document;
  • the students of the advanced training courses of the Ministry’s Schools (Istituto Centrale per il Restauro, Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Scuola per il Restauro del Mosaico).In addition, on application to the Director of the Museum using the form  in the contacts section of this site, free admission may also be authorised for groups of students of faculties or schools that do not belong to the categories specifically identified as entitled to free admission.

No, the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper is not part of the Museum Subscription circuit.

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