Museum of the Last Supper: Unesco World Heritage Site

Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper - the best known painting in the world - is found here. Located on the northern wall of the refectory of the Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, this work is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an unprecedented masterpiece of art history. The Last Supper is a unique and incomparable aesthetic and visual experience. It represents the highest point in the artistic career of the great Tuscan master, the undisputed genius of the Renaissance. Everyone passing through Milan at least once in a lifetime really should visit this symbol of Italian history, culture and art.



The venue has been adapted in compliance with Covid-19 rules and regulations. Wearing masks is mandatory. For detailed information and specific rules of conduct, visit the website.

Opening hours

Opening days: Tuesday to Sunday

Opening and closing times:

Tuesday-Saturday: 9.45-19.00pm (last admission 18.45)

Sunday: 14.00-19.00 (last admission at 18.45)

Closed: every Monday; 1 May; 25 December; 1 January


Full price 15 

Reduced 2 €

Booking is always essential for all types of tickets.

Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2, Milan MI