Location: Last Supper is located in Santa Maria delle Grazie, 2 ( map ). 

Transport:   It can be reached by tram 16 (stop Corso Magenta - Santa Maria delle Grazie; just in front to the church) or metro MM1 (stop Conciliazione or Cadorna, then about 5 or 10 minutes walking respectively) or metro MM2 (stop Cadorna, then 10 minutes walking), as shown in the  map. For transport connection visit:  Azienda Trasporti Milanesi.

Tickets:  Tickets to view Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper go on sale on  Vivaticket  (official seller) three months in advance and are quickly sold out. Instead it's very hard to get tickets on the spot and make reservation on the same day.

Booking the ticket in advance is warmly advised.

Reservations can be made:

on line ( last supper official website). If you need to order more than one ticket, it's necessary to register and log in, in order to get to the quantity section;

- or by telephone (+39 02 92800360, the +39 has not to be dial if you are in Italy) from Monday to Friday from 8:00 am until 6:30 pm, Italian time. Operators speak English. Although the call center is usually very busy, it's suggested by many visitors to try and call it, as there could be more choices for available days/times than the ones listed on the website. Through the call center is possible to book also guided tours (with an additional fee): 9,30 – 15,30 English guided tour.  

In both option payment is done with credit card.

The email payment confirmation you will receive, after the booking on-line or through the call center, has to be picked up to the Last Supper box office 20 minutes before your reservation time.  

For tickets price and reductions see on the official  website

Otherwise, there are hassle-free ticket sellers (such as Select Italy, Musement, Tickitaly, Milan Guide Services and others) which book guided services, guaranteed tickets, and last minute tickets. They charge a fee for the service.

Many tickets from the museum are offered one month in advance for on-line sale again. Maybe large tour operators buy lots of tickets three months in advance and return them unsold after two months. So, it is well worth the trouble to place a shortcut on your computer desktop and click on it many times to get an insight in the resale of tickets.

About the visit:  Visits can be taken from Tuesday to Sunday (closed every Monday and on January 1, May 1, and December 25) from 8.15 am to 7.00 pm (last admittance at 6.45 pm). 

Visits last 15 minutes and are allowed maximum 25 people each turn.

The painting is at one end of an old huge refectory. On the other side there is a crucifixion scene.

The view is allowed a few feet away from the paintings. 

No pictures can be taken to the Last Supper.