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Today we are open from 8.15 am to 7 pm (last entry at 6.45 pm).
The protection of Leonardo's masterpiece requires optimal environmental conditions, achieved by treatment of the air as well as special procedures for access by visitors, admitted in limited groups.
We wish to thank you for your cooperation. Please read the rules regulating visits for easier and faster access.

Tickets

FULL
€ 10,00
+ € 2,00 booking fee

 
5xLEONARDO
This is a joint ticket that enables you to visit
at a reduced price the museums in Milan
containing works by Leonardo or his pupils.

REDUCED
€ 2,00
+ € 2,00 booking fee
for young people aged 18 to 25 years old.

 
FREE
• EU and non-EU citizens under the age of 18.
• Students (with list of names signed by the school).
• School teaching staff (with certification issued by the educational institution).
• There is also free entry on the first Sunday of each month and on special occasions; for the complete list visit the website Iovadoalmuseo

• For the complete list of reductions visit the Mibac page

CHOOSE ONE OF THE 3 METHODS OF PURCHASE AND RESERVATION (NECESSARY FOR ALL TYPES OF TICKETS):

1.
ON LINE

CLICK HERE
TO BOOK AND BUY
ONLINE TICKETS

!IMPORTANT!

TO COLLECT THEIR TICKETS VISITORS
MUST PRESENT THE PAYMENT RECEIPT
AND BOOKING CODE TO THE TICKET
OFFICE NEAR THE MUSEUM ENTRANCE,
20 MINUTES BEFORE THEIR VISIT,
OR THE TICKETS MAY
NO LONGER BE VALID

2.
CALL CENTER

TOLL-FREE NUMBER,
FROM LANDLINE:
800 990 084

TOLL NUMBER,
FROM LANDLINE
OR MOBILE NETWORK:
+39 02 92800360

(MON-SAT, 8.00-6.30 pm)

3.
TICKET OFFICE

BY APPLYING
PERSONALLY
TO THE MUSEUM
TICKET OFFICE
AT 8 AM, YOU CAN
PURCHASE ANY
UNSOLD TICKETS,
IF AVAILABLE
TO VISIT THE MUSEUM
ON THE SAME DAY

!IMPORTANT!

TO COLLECT THEIR TICKETS VISITORS
MUST PRESENT THE PAYMENT RECEIPT
AND BOOKING CODE TO THE TICKET
OFFICE NEAR THE MUSEUM ENTRANCE,
20 MINUTES BEFORE THEIR VISIT,
OR THE TICKETS MAY
NO LONGER BE VALID

Opening time

From Tuesday to Sunday
8.15 am-7.00 pm, all day
(last admission at 6.45 pm)

Closed on Mondays and on January 1 and December 25
(unless otherwise indicated by the superior Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities).

For extraordinary opening times,
consult the News section or the Polo Museale website.

RESERVATIONS ARE COMPULSORY FOR ALL TYPES OF TICKETS

To ensure the painting has the best environmental conditions, the visits last 15 minutes for a maximum number of 30 people at a time

How to get there

Milan
Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2

From the Central Station:
Subway line 2 (green),
Cadorna station,
then walk about 700 meters.

From Garibaldi Station:
Subway line 2 (green),
Cadorna station,
then walk for about 700 meters.

Public Transport:
Subway line 1 (red),
Cadorna or Conciliazione stations.

Tram 16 (Monte Velino – San Siro Stadium)
S. Maria delle Grazie stop.

Bus 50 and 169 stop Via Boccaccio.

TOLL-FREE NUMBER,
FROM LANDLINES:
+39 02 92800360
TOLL NUMBER,
FROM LANDLINE OR MOBILE:
800-990084

Services

  • Guided tour service at the following time slots::
    Entry at 9.30 a.m. – Entry at 3.30 p.m.: guided tour in English
    Entry at 10.00 a.m. – Entry at 4.00 p.m.: guided tour in Italian
    The cost per person of the guided tour is 3.50 euros plus the ticket price.
  • Audioguide service in 9 languages (Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Korean, Chinese and Japanese) and audioguides for children in Italian and English € 3.50.
     
  • Also available from May 2019 is the Cenacolo Vinciano app, which can be downloaded for free from the IOS and Android stores.
  • Lockers are available at the ticket office.
  • At the exit from the Museum is the bookshop, where you can find books and objects inspired by Leonardo's work.

 

 
 

Independent visit

Listen to our introduction and download the app (IOS and Android).

 

Below you will find some downloadable PDF files providing useful information about visiting the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper independently:

    • L’Ultima Cena per Immagini Exhibition guide.

Accessibility

The visitors’ route through the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper is accessible to people with motor disabilities.
There is a tactile model of the Last Supper inside the Refectory.
In collaboration with the non-profit Associazione Nazionale Subvedenti, the Polo Museale della Lombardia has produced an audio description of the Last Supper certified according to the guidelines of the DescriVedendo project, which you can download here or listen to on the app.

Regulations

Rules

THE LAST SUPPER IN HIGH DEFINITION

Admire in every detail the Last Supper by Leonardo

NEWS AND EVENTS

The Last Supper in images

  • PHOTO EXHIBITION
  • /
  • 28 May 2019 – 8 December 2019
  • /
  • Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano

An exciting and at times adventurous story, narrated in images through large reproductions of archival photographic material from the Fine Arts and Landscape Commission for the city of Milan and digitized with the support of Epson Italia, will give you a fuller appreciation of Leonardo’s work from a new viewpoint.

The Last Supper in images

5xLeonardo ticket

  • NEWS
  • /
  • 16 May 2019 – 12 January 2020
  • /
  • Museo del Cenacolo Viciano

The joint 5xLeonardo ticket enables visitors to follow in Leonardo's footsteps across Milan, where he lived and worked for many years, leaving famous works and a group of followers. You can visit his Last Supper, the Museums in the Castello Sforzesco, the Pinacoteca di Brera, the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, and the Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology.
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5xLeonardo ticket