How can I book tickets for a viewing of the Last Supper in Milan?
Demand for viewing the Last Supper utterly outstrips supply, and there is an absolutely fixed number of visits allowed per day - booking in advance is pretty much mandatory.
The calendar shows current availability, but please be aware that we have more than one Last Supper 'product'. All viewings of Leonardo Da Vinci's incredible work are limited to 15 minutes - they sell out quickly though, and we therefore work with licenced tour guides in Milan who offer a visit to view the Last Supper as part of a larger guided tour. To be frank, we take anything and everything we can, and once you've selected a date you will be shown what is available.
As the bulk of availability is released with just two months notice, it may well be that the calendar only shows one or two options, often half or full day tours only. To be sure you get to know when we add availability for upcoming months, please sign up to our dedicated mailing list, and we'll let you know just as soon as tickets go online.
For all tours, we are, unfortunately, unable to offer any reduced price tickets - infants under one year of age pay nothing (unless they are in a buggy, in which case they too will need a ticket), but everyone else will pay the standard price. This is the policy set by the Milan authorities. In passing, you may also be interested in a special Leonardo da Vinci exhibition in Milan - 'Codice Atlantico'.
HOW YOU'LL GET YOUR TICKETS:
To reserve tickets and tours for viewing the Last Supper, just fill out the booking form, give us your preferences for date and time (dates are in European DD/MM/YYYY format), supply us with credit card details, and we'll do the rest. There will be no charge whatsoever until we confirm your reservation. We'll then point you to our secure page, where you can print out your voucher(s).
We'd advise you to arrive 20 minutes before your start time.
NOTE ALSO: You must present yourself at the time specified on your booking voucher - admittance will not be granted at other times.
Please also be prepared to show some ID - It is sometimes difficult for Italian officials to understand that not all countries require their citizens to carry ID cards, if indeed they are issued in said countries at all. You will often find that nothing other than a Passport or Driving Licence (with photograph) will suffice.
There is now a metal detector at the main entrance, with all luggage and large backpacks needing to be deposited for the duration of the viewing.
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