You can choose between 3 methods of booking or purchasing tickets:
1. on the licensee’s website (on line at https://cenacolovinciano.vivaticket.it/ (a maximum of 5 tickets can be booked)
2. by writing to email@example.com specifying name and surname of all participants (a minimum of 10 tickets can be booked)
3. through a call center at the number +39 02 92800360 (a maximum of 9 tickets can be booked)
Up to 18 people will be admitted every 15 minutes, always respecting the indications regarding physical distance.
It is possible to buy a maximum of 5 tickets, twice during the calendar year.
Full price: € 15,00
Reduced: € 2,00 for young people aged 18 to 25 years old.
Free: discover all the categories entitled to free tickets visiting the MIC website
Booking is always essential for all types of tickets.
Free admissions can be purchased by filling out the downloadable form below.
People entitled to free admission who request access with people who have a paid ticket can book at the same time as the other tickets using the usual sales channels. The documentation relating to the right to free admission will be checked at the ticket office before the ticket is issued.
The tickets are nominal; the names of the participants in the visit must be inserted before the payment of the ticket, therefore within 10 days from the date of the visit. In exceptional cases, a name may be changed if the person indicated at the time of purchase is unable to participate in the visit.
Reservations for the Cenacolo Museum will open every two months: from July 31st it will be possible to book visits until September 30th.
You must deliver the payment receipt to the ticket office next to the entrance of the museum, and it is essential to arrive at least 15 minutes before the visit, otherwise the tickets may no longer be valid. Since the delivery of the ticket is subject to temperature control, each visitor must go personally to pick it up through the thermoscanner.
Wearing a mask is compulsory in all museum spaces (ticket office, museum, bookshop, toilets, garden) and for the whole duration of the visit.
Access to the ticket office is allowed to only one person at a time.
Each visitor’s temperature will be measured before entering the ticket office by means of a non-contact thermometer (thermoscan). If the temperature reading is higher than 37.5°C access will not be allowed to the ticket office or Museum. The methods for reimbursement of the admission charge or making a new booking will be shown on the Museum website.
The audioguide service is not available, but the Museum’s official APP can be downloaded free of charge from the IOS and Android store.
Visitors must observe the social distancing rule of at least 1.5 metres in all the museum spaces. Information panels and floor signs identify the locations and routes to follow.
Bags or luggage cannot be taken into the Museum. They must compulsorily be deposited in the lockers provided at the ticket office.
Access to toilets and bookshop is permitted to only two people at a time
Hands must be disinfected before entering the bookshop.
The touchscreen and tactile model for the visually impaired and blind cannot be used.
1. For all the pre-visit operations, it is essential to arrive about 15 minutes beforehand at the ticket office, located about 10 meters to the left of the main entrance to the Museum.
2. Pick up your ticket by producing the payment receipt.
3. Visitors are not permitted to visit the Museum with a backpack and/or bulky baggage: timed lockers (60 min.) are available free of charge.
4. Leave the ticket office and go to the Museum entrance at Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie 2.
5. Before admiring Leonardo’s masterpiece you will follow a short route interrupted by automatic doors that close and open alternately, to allow the air to be naturally filtered.
Respect the interpersonal safety distance of 1.5 meters by positioning yourself on one of the yellow circles located on the ground.
Below you will find some downloadable PDF files providing useful information about visiting the Museum of Leonardo’s Last Supper independently:
• Visitors safety guide.
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• L’Ultima Cena per Immagini Exhibition guide.
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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
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.
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.
The Last Supper occupies the whole north wall of the refectory of the Dominican monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie. This was the chamber where the friars met to eat, pray and meditate during their meals.
From Tuesday to Saturday:
from 8.15 a.m. to 7 p.m.
(with last admission at 6.45 p.m.)
from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
(with last admission at 6.45 p.m.)
To guarantee everyone a safe visit,
in this first experimental phase,
the visits last 15 minutes for
a maximum number of 18 people at a time
Reservations are required.