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Milan EDITOR'S PICKS
Celebrate the Life and Genius of Leonardo da Vinci
Nearly 500 years after his death, Leonardo da Vinci still remains the most well-known Renaissance Man. A jack of all trades, his masterful combination of art with math and science gave birth to plenty of inventions. As an artist, his masterpieces such as the Last Supper, Mona Lisa, and the Vitruvian Man, remain religious and cultural icons to this day. Discover the life and works of The Master, fall in love with his brilliance, and decode his genius with our top picks.
A polymath, master draftsman, artist, inventor and more, Leonardo da Vinci was born in 1452 in the Tuscan Town of Vinci, and died in 1519 - making 2019 his 500th death anniversary. The city of Milan, where he spent his most fruitful and creative period, is preparing to celebrate the life and works of one of the world's most well-known geniuses with a program of initiatives and exhibitions for nine months from May 2019 to January 2020. Don't miss out!
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    Availability varies by date for all activities.

  1. Gaze at Da Vinci’s masterpiece The Last Supper, before sipping a glass of Malvasia wine at the Atellani vineyard! This tour really brings history to life with a special appearance by Leonardo himself!
    English Available

    USD94.24

    Fri
    (afternoon)
  2. 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

    USD89.46

    Sun, Wed, Fri, Sat
    3.5 hour(s) (morning, afternoon)
  3. 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

    USD50.82

    Wed, Thu, Fri
    (afternoon)
  4. 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.

    USD40.69

    Wed, Thu, Fri
    (afternoon)