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Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper + Brera Art Gallery

Visit the Last Supper and Brera on the same day without queues! Choose your preferred time for the Last Supper, we will confirm both sites at compatible schedules (typically, Brera is 90 min. after the Last Supper).


The Last Supper, one of Leonardo da Vinci's masterpieces,  is located in the refectory of the 15th century Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The Brera Art Gallery is the main museum of Milan, and one of the most important in the world. It contains  prestigious collections of  paintings of ancient and modern Art.




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From Tuesday to Sunday: 8.15 am - 6.30 pm; Closed: Monday; January 1, May 1, December 25.

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For further information, visit our "Terms and Conditions".

 

PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS NOT A RESERVATION, IT IS AN ORDER REQUEST

 

It is no longer possible to visit the "Last Supper" by itself. It is now mandatory  to purchase advance reservations to the Last Supper and the Brera Art Gallery.  At this time the box office is releasing tickets only two months at a time.  The World Is Mine is happy to accept your orders for later dates, but will not be able to  process them until the box office releases the dates. All orders taken during this period  will be processed in the order they are received. The World Is Mine will not charge
your credit card until your reservations are confirmed. We apologize for this inconvenience.

 

Entry to the Last Supper is available at fixed time. Entrance must be strictly at the admission time written on the voucher. Brera Art Gallery time entrance will be fixed atthe first time slot available after the Last Supper visit considering time to reach the museum; if the entrance at Last Supper it's for last time slot at 18,30 we will confirm the reservation previous Last Supper Visit considering time to visit Brera Art Gallery (2hrs approx) and time to reach Last Supper Museum. Different requests has to be notified to us by sending an email message after you filled out the request form.

 

Please note that if the time you request is sold out, the box office will automatically confirm the closest available time on the same date. This may be any time on the date you requested. You will receive a voucher for each museum, valid only for the date and time on the voucher. Purchase of these tickets is absolutely non-refundable, non-transferable and non-applicable, so please do not request tickets for a day when you cannot be a bit flexible.
We regret all these rules and restrictions!  The Last Supper is the number one attraction in Europe these days so the demand is very high.

 

Order request on line is allowed up to 5 persons.  For groups of more than 5 persons: please send a specific email to booking@mtritaly.co

 

Prices
In order to know the price of tickets for a specific date, please select date, time of visit, and number and kind of tickets.

 

Reductions

  • European citizens (EEC) aged 18 to 25 : reduced prices
  • European citizens (EEC) Under 18 : do require only the reservation with a Fee (*)

(*) Reservation Fee: each reservations costs € 8,00

 

Please note: every first Sunday of each month, there is free entrance at Brera Art Gallery and no possibility to reserve ticket, for this reason it will be possible to reserve ticket only for the Last Supper with a lower price than the full combined ticket for both of them.
 

IMPORTANT: the tickets are absolutely NON-REFUNDABLE. 

 

Modifications
If you must change the time and/or date after the confirmation has been issued, you have to pay a "modification fee" of € 8.00.

Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper
Along with Michelangelo's David, Leonardo da Vinci’s Last Supper is undoubtedly one of the masterpieces of Art in Italy. Everyone has heard that it was recently restored and finally unveiled after years and years during which the public was not allowed to see it. But did you know why Leonardo painted this particular subject? Did you know that it is one of the most popular subjects and that almost every Renaissance painter worth his salt has a cenacolo (as they are called in Italian) under his belt? The setting of this masterpiece may give you your best clue, for it is hanging on the wall of the refectory in the church of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Milan. What is a refectory? Why, it is the large hall where monks and nuns take their meals.
Traditionally, the good brothers and sisters were supposed to talk as little as possible during their repasts, and so it was very common to give them inspirational art to contemplate as they chewed. What better subject for a refectory than the most famous meal in the Bible?
In his best-seller The Da Vinci Code, Dan Brown speculates about why the artist depicted his cenacolo the way he did, but we wager you already know all about that!  Leonardo painted this jewel between 1495 and 1497. As great an artist as he was, Leonardo was not trained in the art of fresco, and so instead of putting the greatest emphasis on the correct techniques and materials, he concentrated on the artistic effect he wanted to achieve, relying on oil and egg tempera, a combination which never really melded with the dry gesso foundation.
Over the years, the colors faded, spotted and even fell to the ground. It didn't help, either, that the good monks later decided to cut a doorway right into a corner of the scene! In the 20th century, Leonardo's Last Supper became as famous for its pitiful state of disrepair as for its exquisite artistic rendering.
Today the fresco has been brilliantly restored, and we can see what all the fuss was about. Leonardo's painting stands out from so many others because of the intense and perspicacious way that he depicted the psyches of his subjects. He chose to portray them just at the moment when Christ is telling them there is a traitor amongst them, but before He singles out the culprit. Careful observation shows how each of the men reacts, some with shock, others with fear, others with anger. The only person in the room whose face seems utterly calm is Christ himself. It is said that Leonardo was able to achieve these subtleties thanks to the countless hours he had spent studying anatomy. Standing in front of the fresco, aided by the fact that the room in the picture is the refectory itself, and that the artist used the actual shape of the real walls to accentuate the dynamics of his artificial scene, one is able to understand why Leonardo Da Vinci is considered one of the greatest artists of all times.

 

Brera Art Gallery
Two kilometers away from the "Last Supper," easily reached by subway, Brera Art Gallery is one of Italy’s finest.
It offers an exceptional collection of Lombard and Venetian masters, including Lorenzo Lotto’s Pietà, Gentile Bellini’s St. Mark Preaching in Alexandria, Mantegna’s Virgin and the Cherubs and Dead Christ, Titian’s St. Jerome, and Giovanni Bellini’s Pietà.
There is also a Virgin and Child Enthroned with Saints and Angels and the Kneeling Duke of Urbino in Armor by Piero della Francesca, a Christ by Bramante, a Wedding of the Madonna by Raphael, and a Last Supper at Emmaus by Caravaggio.

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