The Church and
Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, the
home of Leonardo's Last Supper, has been
listed as part of UNESCO's Worldwide
Heritage since 1980 and is an
exceptional masterpiece of human
creativity and genius.
and architecture in the church and the
Leonardo's Last Supper in the Refectory
are symbolic of Milan's Humanistic and
Renaissance past, constituting a great
opus spatial definition of which opened
a new era in the history of art.
Extensive measures have been implemented
to protect the Last Supper from further
exposure. To ensure that the fresco be
kept at room temperature, since
restoration the visitor intake has been
restricted to a group of 25 admitted
every 15 minutes.
At the moment reservations are already
open until the end of March 2009.
Usually Last Supper tickets get sold out
quickly and often months in advance.
To make a reservation for the Last
Supper or to get more information please