Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2, Milan

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Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2, a 15th-century church and Dominican convent, is home to Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper," one of the world's most famous paintings. The masterpiece is kept in separate, protected room; small groups are let in at specific times to view it. Book well in advance if you want to see the artwork. You can also admire frescoes by Ferrari, Bramantino, and Zenale. Work out when and for how long to visit Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2 and other Milan attractions using our handy Milan trip itinerary builder website .
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  • The Lombard Romanesque in his purest form. A church that is able to excite, both with the works it contains, and with its magical atmosphere.
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  • We popped in here while getting the impossible tickets to the painting next door, it’s quite ordinary and was roped off on our entry so could only view at a distance, it was ok but wouldn’t go out of ...  more »
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  • This was a highlight! I booked a guided tour through Viator which included a walking tour. It was definitely worth it to see the last supper. You only get 15 minutes instead but that was plenty to take photos. It's literally a huge fresco on the wall, definitely different from photos! A great stop for sure!
  • You must schedule well in advance or join a tour group. As of today reservations were sold out for next two weeks! We went with a tour. Because the number of people are limited, this was the least crowded and most calm part of the tour. It looked like our group were the only people there. You can't take in any large bags or liquids, but free lockers are provided. Our group went through several small glass room-sized chambers for "decontamination" (my word - not theirs). Each seemed automatically timed and when the doors opened we passed through. The chambers had interpretive displays and our guide was talking, so time passed quickly. I think we were in those about 15 min then the doors opened to the room w The Last Supper. There was plenty of room for our group of 30 - it's a large room. You can take photos but no flash. 15 min seemed like plenty of time. Our tour guide talked the whole time. There are benches and I had thought it would be more of a meditative experience but it was more of an art history experience.
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