Last Supper

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5 Tips To Enrich Your Visit To The Last Supper

Da Vinci's portrait of The Last Supper between Jesus and his disciples has become a cultural classic. The original work can be seen today in Milan, attracting visitors from all over the world - But what are some other things can you plan into your trip?

  • Santa Maria delle Grazie

    1. Santa Maria delle Grazie

    This church and convent houses The Last Supper and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The architecture is some of the important in Italy, having survived attacks during WWII.

  • 2. Exhibition: Inside The Last Supper

    Need some interactive guidance? Look no further than this multimedia exhibition. Analyze the painting, learn about the Renaissance, and experience the new scent feature!

  • Sforza Castle

    3. Sforza Castle

    This medieval fortress is a symbol of the Italian Renaissance, so it fits in perfectly with a viewing of The Last Supper to broaden your understanding.

  • Santa Maria presso San Satiro

    4. Santa Maria presso San Satiro

    Known simply as San Satiro, it's small, but still packs a punch with its beautiful interiors and, notably, one of the earliest examples of a trompe l'oeil in art history.

  • Vintage Tram Tour

    5. Vintage Tram Tour

    Tour Milan 1930s-style! Sit back, relax, and enjoy the view of historic monuments, including the Piazza della Repubblica and La Scala opera house.

Planning Your Visit

  • Is entry limited?

    Only one group at a time is allowed into the Last Supper viewing area at Santa Maria della Grazie chapel - that is, a maximum of 15 people. A ticket must be booked in advance.

  • When is the exhibition on?

    Inside The Last Supper may only be available during the month of August - it may be a good idea to check in advance.

  • Do I need to wear anything special?

    In churches, you should make sure that your shoulders and knees are covered.

  • How do I get around Milan?

    If you book a walking tour, you can easily see all the main sights by foot! However, there is also a metro system for your other needs.

Good to know

  • When should I visit?
    Tuesday-Sunday, 8:15 AM-7:00 PM
    Holiday hours may vary
  • Is it expensive?
    Tickets vary by package, check online for the best prices and to book in advance and avoid long queues.
  • Will I need a guide?
    With so much to see and learn, it's a great idea.
  • How to get there
    Take the Red Line to Conciliazione, the Red or Green Line to Cardona or the #16 tram.
  • Additional information

    • Book online to avoid the long queues.

    • Tickets sell out quickly, but sometimes you can get lucky and find a few last minute that have been re-added.

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What people are saying about Last Supper

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 13,168 reviews

Our guide was fabulous. He was so informative, including details and dates and he really expressed a passion for the history of both the Duomo and the Last Supper. Plus he was just an overall nice guy. Loved him! Could not have been better.

I believe my tour guides name was Laura. She was absolutely amazing and kind and so informative. I had the best time. Would definitely do this again if I had a tour guide like her!

The guide was so wonderfully knowledgeable. Her leadership of our tour really enriched the experience of viewing da Vinci‘s Last Supper.

Really great tour of the Last Supper in Milan by our guide who was knowledgeable and spoke amazing English.

Really interesting tour about the history of the architecture and historical figures.