Entrance to Leonardo da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' plus Milan Walking Tour
- Includes free admission to top local attractions
- Led by an art historian
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
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Experience Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper
- Professional art historian guide
- Entrance ticket to The Last Supper
- Headphones (depending on number of participants)
- Entrance ticket to Leonardo 3 Exhibition
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Inside the The Last Supper hall it is strictly forbidden to take photos and to use mobile phones
- Santa Maria delle Grazie is a place of worship, hence appropriate attire is expected
Reviewed by: Robert R P, August 2015
This tour was excellent! The tourguide was very knowledgable and made the experience much more meaningful.
Reviewed by: Edwina F, July 2015
An Excellent tour and highly recommended. We had an outstanding guide who was extremely knowledgeable and passionate. We booked mainly because we couldnt get tickets to see the Last Supper, but it turned out to be a very enjoyable and informative tour. We have 2 younger kids and our group was small but our tour guide Fedra was superb at engaging the whole group and the children said they wanted to do more walking tours after we had finished!. She asked questions and encouraged everyone to participate after introducing everyone in our relatively small group of 8.
We met in the Doumo Piazza. Fedra is a local from Milano, and very knowledgeable about explaining her city, Leonardo and history to us. She took us past the impressive Duomo, Galleria Vittorio Emmanuelle II,La Scala Theatre, the financial / banking buildings, the Expo Gate and into Castello Sforzesco and through the grounds of the old royal palace, to get to the Santa Maria Della Grazie and the Last Supper. Viewing this was an amazing experience and after a 8 minute commentary and we had the rest of the time to view the painting and ask questions after we were outside. One highlight was at the end of the Galleria Emmanuel the admission included access to the Leonardo 3 display which has a rendition of what the Last Supper might look like, if it had just been finished. We discussed the painting in some detail here before seeing it later at the church which helped cover details obscured or lost over the years. The L3 team have also put together also has a great collection of interactive machines recreated from Leonardos drawings in his codex and we had time to look at these. If you take into the account the admission charges to this and to the Last Supper, this tour is really good value.
Bravissimo Fedra! Thank you for such a lovely and insightful tour into Milan and Leonardo and the Last Supper!