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The Last Supper was painted on an inside wall of Santa Maria delle Grazie right at the end of the 15th century. Leonardo da Vinci had no idea that his work would go on to be known as one of the greatest paintings ever made.

The mysterious painting, depicting Jesus eating a final meal with his disciples, has long fascinated art lovers and historians. Despite various restoration attempts, it remains extremely fragile, with temperature control hugely important in preventing further damage from humidity.

Visitors can see The Last Supper by purchasing Santa Maria delle Grazie tickets that have the correct access. Only 25 people are allowed to see Leonardo's famous painting at one time, so tickets are very limited.

One of the best ways to get up close to this iconic artwork is to join the Best of Milan guided tour. You can guarantee your audience with the disciples, and you'll also visit Milan Cathedral and La Scala Theater.

Basic admission to Santa Maria delle Grazie does not grant you access to The Last Supper, so make sure to buy the correct ticket!

Santa Maria delle Grazie is located in the center of Milan, a short walk (and an even shorter metro ride) from Milan Duomo and La Scala in the historic district. You can reach the church by getting off at Conciliazione Station on the Milan Metro (Line 1). From there it's a short five-minute walk to Santa Maria delle Grazie.

It's important to choose the correct Santa Maria delle Grazie ticket to make sure you get the experience you're looking for.

If you just want to explore Santa Maria delle Grazie and learn about the history of the church, entry is free and you can pick up a handy audio guide for a small extra fee.

Standard tickets for Santa Maria delle Grazie often do not include access to see The Last Supper. If this is what you're looking for, you can opt for The Last Supper tickets by booking with the venue itself (limited in availability) or see the painting as part of a guided tour, which is often the best way to make sure you get access to Leonardo's masterpiece.

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About: Santa Maria delle Grazie

This 15th-century church and Dominican convent is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The popular attraction features Leonardo da Vinci's fresco The Last Supper in its refectory - one of the most important artworks of the whole Renaissance.

Santa Maria delle Grazie
Piazza di Santa Maria delle Grazie, 20123, Milan
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