Skip the Line at Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper
Leonardo da Vinci's famous Last Supper is a popular sight in Milan, but tickets sometimes sell out months in advance due to the time limit for each visit. Don't miss your chance to view the beautiful fresco—see your skip-the-line options below.
Those who want to simply make sure they get their 15 minutes with The Last Supper can buy a stand-alone skip-the-line entrance ticket. It's nearly impossible to get a same-day ticket, so it's important to reserve your spot ahead of time. You'll be given a specific entry time, so don't be late. Some ticket packages include a city guide or book about the fresco itself, which can be picked up on site.
Guided Skip-the-Line Tours at The Last Supper
To learn more about The Last Supper during your visit, choose a guided tour. These come with skip-the-line access, and you'll also be accompanied by a guide who can provide details about the artwork, the location of the fresco, and the man who created it. For a VIP experience, book a private after-hours visit to see the fresco without any crowds. These tours last about 40 to 60 minutes.
Combining a skip-the-line visit to see The Last Supper with another experience in Milan is a wonderful way to experience more of this busy and fashionable city. The options for additional stops include the Sforza Castle, the Pinacoteca di Brera art gallery, and the Ambrosiana Art Gallery. You can also choose to pair a Milan walking tour with your time at The Last Supper.
2 Tours and Activities
- Purchase admission tickets, such as Skip the Line: Entrance Ticket to Leonardo Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' in Milan, in advance online —this is the easiest way to skip ticket lines, allowing visitors to arrive ready for entry.
- Book guided tours, such as Milan Art Tour: Da Vinci's 'The Last Supper' and the Church of San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore, which tend to skip both ticket and admission lines.
- Visit on a private tour like Da Vinci's Last Supper and Sforza Castle Semi-Private Tour. Private tours are usually more expensive but give extra privileges, including bypassing both ticket and admission lines —sometimes taking visitors through secondary entrances.