Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper (1498)
Leonardo da Vinci, The Last Supper (1498)

Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper


One of the most famous paintings in the world
Booking your tickets for The Last Supper is mandatory since visits are in small groups only

Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper (in Italian Il Cenacolo) requires very little introduction since it is one of the most famous works of art in the world, made even more famous by┬áDan Brown’s novel The Da Vinci Code.

The mural painting is located in the refectory of the convent of Santa Maria della Grazie, which is adjacent to the church of Santa Maria della Grazie, together listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. While the church can be visited free of charge and without prior booking, visiting The Last Supper requires some preparation on beforehand.

Since access to The Last Supper is strictly regulated, and only one group of 25 people can visit the refectory every 15 minutes, pre-booking your ticket well in advance is a must.


Make your visit more enjoyable and buy your ticket online. That way you avoid the queues and are certain of your visit.

Practical Information

Santa Maria delle Grazie 2, Milan, Italy
+39 02 9280 0360
Opening Times
Monday Closed
Tuesday 08:15 - 19:00
Wednesday 08:15 - 19:00
Thursday 08:15 - 19:00
Friday 08:15 - 19:00
Saturday 08:15 - 19:00
Sunday 08:15 - 19:00

Last admission 15 minutes before closing time.

Closed on 1 January, 1 May and 25 December

How To Get There

Metro : Red line (1) station: Conciliazione or Cadorna, Green line (2) station: Cadorna

Tram : 18 (stop: Corso Magenta - Santa Maria delle Grazie)

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