Last Supper Tickets

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Opening hours

Tuesday-Sunday 8:15 am - 7:00 pm

Monday Closed

The Last Supper exhibition is closed on Chrstmas Day, New Years Day and 1st May. Last entry is at 6:00 pm.

How to get there

Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 20123 Milano MI, Italy

If you

FAQ

Should I book tickets?
Not only should you book tickets, but you have to book tickets. All tickets must be pre-booked and there is no option to buy tickets from the front desk on the day of your visit. Be aware that the Last Supper is an incredibly popular attraction and you should book well ahead of your visit to avoid disappointment. Also, be prompt – arrive at the church at least twenty minutes before your allotted time slot to pick up your ticket. Finally, be prepared that you will only have fifteen minutes to take in the beauty of the painting before the next group is ushered in.
Only fifteen minutes?
Yes, sadly. The fame and wonder of the Last Supper mean that it draws visitors from around the world. It might not sound like a long time, but you
Are guided tours available?
There are several guided tours that include entry into the Last Supper. However, do be aware that the attraction
Is there anywhere to eat or drink?
There is no café attached to Santa Maria del Grazie, and the church is in a somewhat residential area that

Good to know

What is the last supper about?
The Last Supper was painted by Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci between 1495 and 1498. It depicts Christ
Wear and tear
The Last Supper was painted directly on the wall at Santa Maria del Grazie, meaning that it
Santa Maria della Grazie
Work on Santa Maria del Grazie was still going on while da Vinci was painting the Last Supper. The church was completed in 1498 and was once home to not one, but two important works of art. The Crowning of Thorns by Italian master Titian hung in the nave of the church until it was looted by French soldiers during the Napoleonic Wars. It now hangs in the Louvre museum in Paris.
Santa Maria della Grazie

Santa Maria della Grazie. Georgios Tsichlis / Shutterstock.com

Places nearby

Milan Cathedral
Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano) is truly remarkable. The impressive Gothic giant is the third-largest church in the world. From both inside and out (and even on top, as brave visitors are allowed onto the roof), the sheer scale and majesty of this magnificent building are truly breathtaking.
Milan Cathedral

Milan Cathedral

Sforza Castle
Another grand, fascinating attraction near Santa Maria del Grazie is Sforza Castle. Built in the 15th century, the castle was one of the largest citadels in the world during the 16th and 17th centuries. It now houses various museums devoted to musical instruments, wooden sculptures and other artefacts.
Sforza Castle

Sforza Castle. Sergio Monti Photography / Shutterstock.com

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
Milan is a shopper
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. pcruciatti / Shutterstock.com