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To book a free visit (without a guide) for your class, fill out the application form or write to the email address cenacologruppi@adartem.it specifying the date and time you are interested in.

If you also want to book the guided tour service, you have two options:

  • Basic module
    The basic module of the guided tour is organised in several stages, with a guided viewing of Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper as its centrepiece. Duration 45 minutes (15 minutes in the refectory and 30 minutes afterwards).
    Cost €85.00 per class + obligatory microphone €1.00 per person.
  • Laboratory visits
    The laboratory visits include a guided tour of the refectory and, then, in the teaching space, practical work with one of the techniques or implements used by Leonardo. Duration 75 minutes (15 minutes in the refectory and 60 minutes in the laboratory).
    Cost €140.00 per class + obligatory microphone €1.00 per person.

The group can consist of up to 30 people. It is necessary to send an email for each reservation application: multiple applications will not be processed. All requests will be processed as quickly as possible, with priority given to requests for bookings for the current month.

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.

For more details on free admission for faculty and students, please see the “Free admissions and reductions” section.

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.

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