Starting from August 6th, 2021 to access the Cenacolo Vinciano Museum it will be compulsory to show a valid “Green Pass” together with an identity document.
in the next few days the first part of an important campaign of investigations will take place in order to deepen our knowledge of the Last Supper and guarantee its continued and improved preservation.
For this reason, on Tuesday 29th June, the Last Supper Museum will be closed to the public.
The Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper will reopen to the public again on Tuesday 4 May 2021 at the following times:
• From Tuesday to Saturday, from 9.45 a.m. to 7 p.m. (with last admission at 6.45 p.m.)
• Sunday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. (with last admission at 6.45 p.m.)
Reservations (required) for the Museum of the Last Supper will be available from Monday 3 May
with the return of Lombardia to the “orange zone”, the Last Supper Museum remains closed.
The reopening program of the museums of the Lombardy Regional Direction of Museums is completed: from February 9th, also the Cenacolo Vinciano Museum will reopen to the public.
Following the closure of the Museum of the Last Supper in 5 November (DPCM 3 November 2020), the tickets purchased will be refunded with a voucher, which can be used within 18 months of its issue by making new booking through the official ticket sales channels.
Yesterday, shortly after turning 95, Pinin Brambilla left us.
She was tenaciously active until the very last. She was the true heroine in the transformation of a profession that changed profoundly during the 20th century.
Given the latest measures and the current pandemic situation, the Cenacolo Museum will remain closed until further notice.
The temporary grouping of businesses (RTI) made up of Verona 83 with Giunti publisher for editorial services and Ad Artem for cultural assistance and hospitality services for the public is taking over as licensee for services of ticketing, cultural assistance, merchandising and publishing.
The European Heritage Days return on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 September #GEP2020
From Thursday 10 September tickets for the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper are on sale for September, October and November 2020 (till 30th November)
Exactly 40 years ago, from 1 to 5 September 1980, the fourth session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee was held in Paris, at which the Complex of Santa Maria delle Grazie, including the church and the Refectory with the Last Supper painted by Leonardo da Vinci were added in the List of World Heritage Sites.
Starting from July, we are gradually increasing the number of visitors admitted to the Refectory: each week two more people will be admitted every 15 minutes, until by Saturday 25 July we reach the maximum of 18 people permitted every 15 minutes.
From Tuesday 30 June tickets for the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper are on sale for July, August and September
The Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper reopens on 9 June with itineraries and visits carefully planned to protect the safety and health of public and staff
Visitors are informed that, under provisions of Article 88 para. 3 of Legislative Decree No. 18 of 17 March 2020, tickets purchased for visits in the period between 8th March 2020 and whenever the museum reopens will be refunded with a digital voucher for the equivalent sum, which may be used within one year of issue.
By express provision of the law, any other form of reimbursement is currently excluded.
The museum staff are working to ensure everyone can visit us in complete safety in compliance with the rules for the containment of Covid-19.
We hope to be able to welcome you back to the Last Supper again as soon as possible, but since we need to carry out work to adapt the spaces and routes, as well as revise the visit procedures, it will not be possible to reopen the Museum on May 18th.
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.
The Lombardy Museum Pole and the Museo Poldi Pezzoli Museum are promoting the initiative “Around Leonardo: from the Last Supper to the Poldi Pezzoli”. A single ticket gives visitors admission to the Last Supper and the Museo Poldi Pezzoli, which is presenting a temporary exhibition devoted to the Litta Madonna.
From 11 December tickets are on sale to visit Leonard’s masterpiece in February, March and April.