Leonardo’s Last Supper special evening openings

13, 20, 22 September. Extraordinary evening opportunities.

Leonardo da Vinci’s Cenacolo, a celebrated masterpiece in the refectory of Milan’s convent of S. Maria delle Grazie, will be exceptionally open to visitors on three September evenings from 19.00-22.00.

One of the world’s most famous paintings, the Cenacolo (as Jesus’ last supper with his disciples is called in Italian) was created during the closing years of the 15th century, commissioned by Duke of Milan Ludovico Sforza, Leonardo’s patron. 

Usually daytime viewing is restricted to groups of 25, to avoid damaging the fragile work.  Booking is always essential, as this is one of Milan’s most visited sites.

Visitors can book entrance by phone on 02 9280 0360, or on the VivaTicket website. Entrance costs €10, with reductions available for 18-25-year-old EU and SEE citizens and certain other categories, and without charge for under-18s and certain other categories.

Visitors can book entrance by phone on 02 9280 0360, or on the VivaTicket website. Entrance costs €10, with reductions available for 18-25-year-old EU and SEE citizens and certain other categories, and without charge for under-18s and certain other categories.