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Rules of admissions to the Museum

No, you are not allowed to enter the Museum with big bags or luggage. You are urged to leave them at home or your hotel. The ticket office does have, for emergency use and with limited availability, a number of lockers timed according to the duration of the visit (max 60 minutes):

  • 30 lockers measuring 30x45x32 cm
  • 8 lockers measuring 25x36x32 cm
  • 8 lockers measuring 25x36x66 cm
  • 1 locker measuring 82x33x80 cm
  • 1 locker measuring 40x33x80 cm

You are also reminded that it is forbidden to bring water bottles and bottles containing liquids inside the Museum.

No, animals are not allowed inside the Museum, with the exception of guide dogs and therapy animals, provided they are warranted by medical certificates.

No, under the Code of the Cultural Heritage it is not permitted to take professional photographs or make videos inside the Museum without permission.

To request permission to make videos or use existing images, see, where you will find the rules and application forms.

No, starting from 1 April  2022, you no longer need a Green Pass to enter cultural sites. So neither basic nor super green certification is now required.

For more information visit the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper website.

From 1 May 2022, the use of a mask in all the enclosed spaces (ticket office, filter areas, refectory, bookshop, toilets) and for the whole stay is strongly recommended within the Museum. Disinfectant gel for the hands is available at points along the route of the visit.

  • Bring in food and drink, big bags and luggage, weapons
  • Play music, even at low volumes
  • Smoke indoors and outdoors (the ban extends to e-cigarettes)
  • Perform any promotional or paid activity or service
  • Take professional photos or videos, except on application to the Museum Management and the receipt of written permission
  • Talk in a loud voice, run, sit or lie on the floor, stand on the benches
  • Speak on a phone in the museum and refectory; during the visit the ringtones of mobile phones must be switched off.