The Last Supper entrance ticket
With the The Last Supper entrance ticket you will have the opportunity to closely observe how Leonardo da Vinci reinterpreted ” The Last Supper” of Jesus and the Apostles. Booking the ticket is mandatory given that, to safeguard the conditions of the painting, you can stay inside the refectory only for 15 minutes and access is limited to a maximum of 25 people at a time.
How to get there: Milan, Piazza Santa Maria della Grazie 2
Metro: MM1 – stop at Conciliazione or Cadorna; Metro MM2 – stop at Cadorna
Tram: Line 18, 24 stop at Corso Magenta – Santa Maria delle Grazie
Full price: € 6.50 (+ € 1.50 for reservation fee)
Reduced price*: € 3.25 (+ € 1.50 for reservation fee)
Free**: € 0.00 (+ € 1.50 for reservation fee)
For more information on how to book please visit: booking the Last Supper
Audio guide: available in Italian, English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Russian, Mandarin. They last 20 minutes, and cost € 3.50
The Last Supper is wheelchair accessible. In addition, the facility is equipped with accessible toilets.
Inside the Refectory, just out of the room that houses the painting, there is a bookshop where you can buy souvenirs and gadgets.
|For more information on how to book entrance tickets to the Last Supper and other museums in Milan visit the Milan Museum web site or call us at (+39) 055-713655.|
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HOW TO CHOOSE THE CORRECT TICKET
* REDUCED PRICE TICKET: EU citizens and EEA (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) aged between 18 and 25;
School teachers of the EU and the EEA with permanent contracts.
** FREE TICKET: Visitors under the age of 18 years;
I.C.O.M. Members (International Council of Museums);
Staff of the Ministry of Heritage and Culture;
Secondary school students in second year in possession of a Student Card;
EU Teachers and students of the school of Architecture, Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Educational Science and degree courses in literature or literary subjects with an archaeological or art history departments of the school of Philosophy and Letters;
EU Teachers and students of fine arts academies;
Students of the Central Institute for Restoration, Precious Stones Museum, the School for the Restoration of Mosaics;
Journalists (it is obligatory to show suitable proof of professional activity). EU Citizens with disabilities accompanied by a family member or a care worker;
Workers of charity associations that carry out activities for the promotion and dissemination of knowledge of the cultural heritage (on the basis of agreements entered into with the Ministry – art. 12, paragraph 8 of the Code);
Members of the association Amici di Brera.
Free: € 0,00 (no booking fee)
EU Groups of students from public and private schools, accompanied by their teachers, subject to booking and simultaneous purchase of services, such as audio guides and guided tours. For schools that are not purchasing other services a € 5.00 reservation fee will be required to be paid regardless of the number of people belonging to the group. Upon confirmation of the reservation you will need to fax the list of students and teachers participating on school letterhead requesting the free tikcets.
EU tour guides, in the course of their professional activity, production of a valid license issued by the appropriate authority, enter for free, but must still make the booking of entrance tickets through the Call Center for matters of capacity of the structure;
EU Interpreters when their assistance is required alongside the guide.