Last Supper Tickets

Last Supper Ticket

The Last Supper was painted by Leonardo da Vinci between 1494 and 1497 within the framework of the major renovation of the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie commenced by order of Ludovico Sforza in 1492. Along with the Monna Lisa at the Paris Louvre, the Last Supper is Leonardo's most famous work. It is one of the paintings most often taken as a symbol of Western Art. It depicts the instant in which Jesus announces to the apostles that he knows one of them will betray him.

Accessibility to visit Leonardo's famous Last Supper are extremely few. Only 25 visitors per 15 minutes are admitted. Booking tickets in advance is obligatory. You can buy your tickets online, or contact the call centre, on +39 02 9280 0360. We regularly research and compare the best Last Supper Tickets & Tour Tickets and Guided Milan Tours for you.

Last Supper Ticket (Wednesdays and Saturdays) - The Last Supper masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci in Santa Maria delle Grazie church.JPG

from €25.00 EUR  Sells out fast
Avaible on: January 15 and 22.
 Seller: Tiqets
See a late 15th-century mural painting by Da Vinci in the refectory..
223 Reviews

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from €68.00 EUR
We Recommend!
Duration: 3 Hours
 Organized by: Veditalia
Start your tour at Milan at the Santa Maria delle Grazie..
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from €69.00 EUR
Duration: 3.5 Hours
 Seller: Tiqets
This half-day Best of Milan Pack consists of bus trips and guided..
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from €44.00 EUR
Duration: 30 Min.
 Seller: Getyourguide
See Da Vinci’s painting “The Last Supper” in Milan..
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from €68.00 EUR
Duration: 3 Hours
 Seller: Getyourguide
Da Vinci’s “Last Supper” and take pleasure in a historic tour of Milan..
1.911 Reviews

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from €69.00 EUR
Duration: 3.5 Hours
 Seller: Getyourguide
Bookings to see the Last Supper are restricted and sell out rapidly..
1.636 Reviews

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from €63.00 EUR
Duration: 1 Hour
 Organized by: New Age
The Last Supper throughout a prolonged night opening up..
10 Reviews

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from €60.00 EUR
Duration: 2 Hours
 Organized by: New Age
Get a 2-hour live guided trip of Milano and see a few of the Milan’s Renaissance..
777 Reviews

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from €69.00 EUR
Duration: 3 Hours
 Organized by: Zani Viaggi Srl
Find out Da Vinci’s best works in Milan..
74 Reviews

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from €100.00 EUR
Duration: 6 Hours
 Organized by: Veditalia
Explore the best touristic monuments of Milan..
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from €16.00 EUR
Validity: 3 Days
 Organized by: Veneranda Fabbrica Duomo di Milano
Explore the 6 centuries old cathedral of Duomo in all ways with this ticket..
4.837 Reviews

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from €22.00 EUR
Duration: 1 Day-48 Hours
 Organized by: Sightseeing Experience
Enjoy exploring Milan while sitting in this open-top sightseeing bus ..
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from €12.60 EUR
 Seller: Tiqets
You will see models of 200+ machines designed by Da Vinci like a rapid-fire crossbow..
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from €20.00 EUR
 Seller: Tiqets
Be ready for a shopping adventure at the biggest shopping mall of Europe.
115 Reviews

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from €12.00 EUR
 Seller: Tiqets
See the payment of Last Supper of Leonardo da Vinci..
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from €85.00 EUR
Duration: 10.5 Hours
 Organized by: Autostradale Viaggi
Be ready for a shopping adventure at the biggest shopping mall of Europe.
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from €16.50 EUR
 Seller: Tiqets
See the works of many famous artists such as Titian, Raphael, Botticelli and..
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from €50.00 EUR
Duration: 2-3 Hours
 Organized by: Fat Tire Tours – Italy
Get on the Segway and discover all of the sightseeing ..
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from €129.00 EUR
Duration: 12.5 Hours
 Organized by: Zani Viaggi Srl
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About Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper

The entrance to what used to be the refectory of the Dominican convent is in the square in front of Santa Maria delle Grazie. It is in this refectory that, between 1495 and 1497, Leonardo da Vinci painted the Last Supper.

Santa Maria delle Grazie church with the Last supper fresco by Leonardo da Vinci

The painting occupies all of the wall at the end of the refectory; in the three lunettes over the fresco, below the decorations of the vault (which was destroyed in 1943) are the coats of arms of the Sforza and the Este families surrounded by wreaths, a tribute to the Duke Ludovico il Moro and his wife, Beatrice d'Este. Some scholars maintain that the scene by Leonardo of the twelve Apostles seated together with their Lord at the supper table, portrays them at the moment when Jesus announced that one of them would betray him, or, as others say, at the moment of the Consecration.

The reaction of the Disciples is apparent from their exaggerated gestures, emotional movements and facial expressions, and contrasts with the immobility of Christ who dominates the scene from the center of a rigorously symmetrical composition in pafect perspective. The whole scene seems to be bathed in a diffiesed, gentle light coming partly from the three windows at the far end of the room and partly from the light at the front from the actual window in the real room.

The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci in the refectory of the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie

The painting was miraculously left undamaged by the bombings of August 1943 which partially destroyed the nearby cloisters and parts of the church. Unfortunately the fresco has always had conservation problems. Since 1517 it has steadily deteriorated, mainly because of the new painting technique used by Leonardo as an experiment. At the time of Napoleon the refectory was used as a stable and in 1801 was flooded by water. In 1953 the fresco was cleaned and consolidated; a complex and radical restoration procedure was completed in the second half of the 1990's so that this marvelous work can now be seen by the public again.

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