The museums of Santa Maria delle Grazie open their doors again, with the museum of the Last Supper opening its doors until February 21st from Tuesday to Friday, for small groups only with mandatory booking.
2021 will be a busy year for the Last Supper and its museum, starting with a “health” check-up on the famous painting. Thanks to the Rotary Club Milano Sempione the team of Annette Keller will run a series of scrupulous checks to see the preservation status of the painting. Technology will also play a key role thanks to the technical sponsorship of iGuzzini and a project by Massimo Iarussi, which will shine a new light on the most famous supper of the world. Meanwhile, a collaboration with the Politecnico di Milano will see the creation of a digital model of the Last Supper, which will be helpful for the monitoring of the preservation efforts, as well as being useful for digital visitors. “Live” guided tours are also in program, thanks to the support of Verona 83, AdArtme and Giunti which are working together on new paths and guided tours as well as the “Cenacolo Live” – a distance based guided tour which will enable visitors at home to experience the museum with the same atmosphere and emotions of the “on site” visit.