Combo ticket Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper + Brera Art Gallery: visit both museums on the same date! Choose from the calendar your preferred time for the Last Supper; we will confirm the closest available time on the same date, booking also the entrance to the Brera Art Gallery at a compatible time (typically, one museum in the morning, the other in the afternoon).
ATTENTION: You will receive one voucher for each museums: print them both as you will have to show it at each museum 15 minutes before each time confirmed.
Before You Book
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The time you select on the order form is your preferred time. The museum will automatically confirm the closest available time, which can be any time during opening hours on the selected date, if your preferred time is no longer available.
Due to the quantity of requests, your order IS CONFIRMED ONLY AFTER you receive the confirmation voucher, one business day after placing your order.
IMPORTANT: the availability of tickets is not the same for all the combo packages. If you don't find availability for the desired date for this combo, please check the other combo packages too.
Reservations must be made with a minimum of 7 days notice.
Extensive measures have been implemented to protect the Last Supper fresco 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.
Visit 2 museums with 1 Combo Ticket: see Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper and the Brera Art Gallery. Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece, the Last Supper (Cenacolo Vinciano in Italian), 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 for its prestigious collection of ancient and modern painting.
THE LAST SUPPER
Opening hours: from Tuesday to Sunday from 8.15 a.m to 7.00 p.m (last admission 6.45 p.m) with a maximum group of 25 admitted. The museum is closed on Monday, 1st January, 1st May and 25th December.
How to get there:
Tram 18-24: stop Corso Magenta - Santa Maria delle Grazie
Tube MM1: stop Conciliazione o Cadorna Metro MM2: stop Cadorna
Reservations are mandatory for any kind of ticket.
Opening hours:from Tuesday to Sunday from 8.30 a.m to 7.15 p.m (last admission 6.30 p.m). The museum is closed on Monday, 1st January, 1st May and 25th December.
How to get there:
tube: linea 2 (Lanza) - linea 3 (Montenapoleone)
Once the visit is confirmed, you can not cancel or modify.
Last Supper Audioguide
The audioguide is an audio system with earphones that explains, in the selected language, the history and characteristics of the fresco by Leonardo. It lasts 20 minutes.
Audioguides are available in: Italian, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin and Japanese and can be purchased only together with the ticket.
Guided visits provided by Last Supper staff:
You can also add a guide for your visit, available in English, Italian, French, German, Spanish and Japanese. Please notice the explanation is possible only in one language per each time spot.
Brera Art Gallery
The Pinacoteca di Brera is located in the Brera Palace, former convent of the Umiliati order from the 14th century. Other cultural institutions such as the Library, the Astronomic Observatory, the Botanical Gardens, the Lombard Institute of Sciences and Letters, and the Fine Arts Academy are also located here.
The Brera Art Gallery (Pinacoteca) is the main museum of Milan, and one of the most important of the world for its prestigious collection of ancient and modern painting.
The Pinacoteca acquired the first paintings during the reassignment of works of Italian art that characterized the Napoleonic era.
Within a few years, collections grew, allowing the exhibition of a series of portraits and self-portraits in four rooms of the first floor, as well as some works that later came to represent the museum: The Marriage of the Virgin by Raphael; Madonna col Bambino (Madonna with the Child) by Gentile Bellini, and Crucifixion by Bramantino.
When Milan became capital of the Italian kingdom, some of the most important paintings came to the Brera Pinacoteca. Most of them arrived from the Veneto, from the Sampieri Gallery in Bologna, and from the Quadreria Vescovile in Milan.
In 1813, thanks to an agreement with the Louvre Museum in Paris, the Brera Gallery received five paintings by Rubens, Jordaens, Van Dyck, and Rembrandt, to represent the Flemish school of the 17th century.
On 1882, the Brera gained its independence from the Fine Arts Gallery. After various phases of expansion, the renovated and modernized museum was inaugurated by 1950.
The exceptional collection of art works is shown in 31 rooms of the first floor. Rooms are chronologically and geographically organized by regional schools of painting:
- Donazione Jesi: 20th century paintings and sculptures
- Micchirolo Chapel: 13th and 16th centuries Italian paintings (Giovanni da Milano, Ambrogio Lorenzetti, Gentile da Fabriano)
- 15th and 16th centuries Venetian paintings and portraits (Mantegna, Bellini, Carpaccio, Lotto)
- 16th century Venetian paintings (Tiziano, Tintoretto, Veronese, Savoldo)
- 14th and 16th centuries Lombard paintings and frescoes (Foppa, Bramantino, i Campi, Bergognone, Luini) 15th and 16th centuries Ferrara and Emilia paintings, and politicos from Le Marche (Del Cossa, De Roberti, Crivelli, Correggio) Piero della Francesca, Raphael and Bramante
- 15th and 16th centuries Central Italian paintings (Signorelli, Bronzino)
- 17th century Central Italian paintings, Caravaggio and the Caravaggeschi (Carracci, Reni, Ribeira)
- 17th century Lombard, Flemish and Italian paintings (Procaccini, Rubens, Van Dyck, Rembrandt)
- 18th century Italian Sacred Paintings, Venetian paintings, and Italian gender paintings (Tiepolo, Canaletto, Guardi, Crespi)
- 19th century Italian paintings (Appiani, Hayez, Pellizza da Volpedo, Boccioni)