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Don't Miss Your Chance to See "The Last Supper"
Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper" in Milan should not be missed and pre-book your tickets to avoid the wait and secure a spot in the front of the line. Located within Santa Maria delle Grazie, this 15th-century mural is one of the most visited works of art in Italy with tickets sold out weeks in advance. Create a perfect combination with tickets to see this world-renowned painting with your choice of sightseeing tours or passes to popular museums like the Ambrosiana and Brera Art Gallery.

Name of Artist: Leonardo da Vinci

Year Commissioned: Between 1495 and 1496

Location: Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan, Italy

About the Painting: "The Last Supper" depicts the reactions of each apostle when Jesus stated that one of them would betray him. Each of the twelve apostles have notably different reactions to the news, that range from anger to shock. Measuring 460cm x 880cm (180in x 350in), the mural covers an entire end wall of the monastery's dining hall. The painting is one of the most recognizable works of art and is featured on countless mediums from posters to t-shirts and was even the topic of a major Hollywood movie.


    Availability varies by date for all activities.

  1. Skip the long lines and see Leonardo Da Vinci's most famous work - the Last Supper. Take advantage of the privileged access and enjoy an enlightening tour plus a free book about The Last Supper.


    Wed, Thu, Fri
  2. Save time and visit two of Milan's most renowned museums in one day. Reserve your ticket for Da Vinci's Last Supper and skip the long lines at the Ambrosiana Art Gallery and Library.
    English Available


    Wed, Thu, Fri
  3. Discover the best of Milan on a guided walking tour. Enjoy skip the line access to Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, The Last Supper, and one of Milan's most recognizable landmarks–the Duomo.
    English Available


    Sun, Wed, Fri, Sat
    3.5 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)