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Last Supper Tickets and Guide

  • Gain access to the The Last Supper painting on this guided tour
  • Learn about Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper from an art-historian guide
  • Listen to commentary that reveals little-known info
Last Supper Tickets and Guide
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Last Supper Tickets and Guide
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Book ahead to reserve your spot on this The Last Supper guided tour in Milan, limited to a group of 15 people to ensure an intimate atmosphere. Booking in advance means you'll avoid the long lines outside of the UNESCO-listed Santa Maria delle Grazie, while guide commentary—heard clearly through provided headsets—reveals little-known information you may have missed if exploring alone.
What to Expect
Meet for this The Last Supper tour at the Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie near the entrance to the painting’s exhibit. Your group gets to go inside the church right away and skip any of the chaos at the church’s entrance. If you need them, you can use headsets to hear your guide clearly. Your group is limited to 15 people for an intimate atmosphere. 

Once inside The Last Supper exhibit, first get 15 minutes to study and view the painting on your own. Afterward, you can ask your guide any questions you might have about the painting. Your guide is an art historian, with a plethora of knowledge to share. Learn about the unique artistic techniques da Vinci used to create this masterpiece.

Next up, explore the church, its grounds, and its gardens with your guide. Hear stories about how this area of Milan was used over the years.

Your guided tour ends at the church.
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1 - 5 of 28 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Last Supper & Sforza Castle

I like many, tried getting tickets prior to our trip as I had heard you MUST have reservations. I tried in vain getting through by phone, as we would only be in Milan the first Sunday in June - which is a "free" day, but...More

Thank ingicap
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci

If you want to see the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci you need to book tickets a couple of months in advance(which we didn’t) or join a group tour (this is what we did). You only have a 15 minute time slot to view...More

Thank Honeysuckle123
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Worth a visit

Although I am not Catholic or religious in any way, it was interesting to see the painting in person because it is so famous. Very quick tour in and out. Paid a lot extra to access via a tour. It was only 10 Euro I...More

Thank Jodmeister
Reviewed 9 May 2018
sold out immediately

I watched the vivaticket website and July tickets went on sale May 9th. I stayed up till 11;30pm PCT which was 8:30am in Milan and they still weren't on sale past June 30.. Went to bed and got up at 6am..........all sold out.

4  Thank budc399
Reviewed 6 May 2018
Just Amazing!

Our tour guide had lots of great information to share and recommended a strategy to use our 15 minutes wisely, to take it all in before we got into the details. DO NOT be late. Allow time to check you personal items into a locker....More

1  Thank Renee H
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Maria A
13 July 2018|
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Response from Renee H | Reviewed this property |
Im not sure if they would need a ticket. He wouldn't be able to take a bottle in and if he is cranky it will totally take away from the experience for everyone. It has a shrine type of feel.
Sogol M
2 July 2018|
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Response from budc399 | Reviewed this property |
I bought tickets thru Victor. Paid double the price. Seeing it tomorrow
23 June 2018|
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Response from Freyja3gems | Reviewed this property |
I purchased my ticket the day of and it was for viewing only without a tour. There are docents/staff present in the room and leading the group who are available for questions. Once I asked a couple questions the information... More