Leonardo's Last Supper
Milan
(1793)

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The survival of Leonardo’s masterpiece is almost as amazing as its vision. It was already being ‘restored’ in 1726, with an ill-advised application of...

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You’ve just walked past all the people waiting in line. Welcome to one of the world’s most celebrated paintings by one of the world’s greate...

Duration
45 minutes
Available in: English
Entrance Tickets
$ 53
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Enter the world of Leonardo da Vinci, discover his passions and the traces he left in Milan, a city deeply connected to the main artist of t...

Duration
2 hours
Available in: English
Guided Visit
$ 65
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This tour will take you on a walking route, to thoroughly appreciate the best city highlights, and you’ll have privileged access to the famo...

Duration
3 hours
Available in: English
$ 84
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Skip the long lines and take your time to see the Last Supper, the masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci. Get a brief introduction and enjoy at l...

Duration
30 minutes
Available in: English
Guided Visit
$ 55
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Do not miss the chance to discover the stunning da Vinci's Last Supper, even if you have just a little time: join this exclusive guided tour...

Duration
45 minutes
Available in: English
Guided Visit
$ 55
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Enjoy a fully organized day in Milan to see the best the city has to offer with the help of an expert local guide. You'll explore the most d...

Duration
6 hours
Available in: English
$ 124
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Experience Milan’s historical highlights with an expert local guide as you take a three-hour walking tour of such sites as: - Leonardo’s Las...

Duration
3 hours
Available in: English
Guided Visit
$ 37
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Take advantage of this unique opportunity to discover the artistic side of Leonardo da Vinci through his most important Milanese works: the ...

Duration
3 hours
Available in: English
Guided Visit
$ 86
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The tour will start with the discrete but impressive church of Santa Maria presso San Satiro where you will get the chance to admire a uniqu...

Duration
2 hours
Available in: English
$ 78
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The tour begins at one of the most famous works of art in the world, Leonardo Da Vinci’s Last Supper. While it can be difficult to get ticke...

Duration
3 hours
Available in: English
$ 106
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Milan is one of the top fashion cities in the world but there is much more to see in this trendy, urban metropolis! It is also home to an in...

Duration
3 hours, 30 minutes
Available in: English
$ 86
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Milan, 1498. Ludovico called “il Moro” encourage French army in Italy to use them against his enemies. But Milan is now a target too. The ci...

Duration
2 hours, 30 minutes
Available in: English
Guided Visit
$ 81

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The inside story

The survival of Leonardo’s masterpiece is almost as amazing as its vision. It was already being ‘restored’ in 1726, with an ill-advised application of caustic solvents and varnish. In 1770, Giusseppe Mazza repainted much of the original in oil. In 1853, Stefano Barezzi tried to detach the painting from the wall but failed and instead glued the paint fragments to the base.

Only in 1903 was it discovered that the painting was done in tempera, not oil, and its surface was cleaned accordingly. A bomb nearly destroyed the refectory in 1943, but the work was successfully cleaned of mildew and lightened in 1947.

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