Visit the Santa Maria delle Grazie, a fifteenth-century basilica located in the heart of Milan, and discover one of the city’s most important landmarks with a live guide.
It is most widely known for being the home of The Last Supper, the iconic painting by Italian artist, Leonardo da Vinci. However, the Basilica also boasts a fascinating and significant history that is undoubtedly worth discovering. It was built on the order of the Duke of Milan, Francesco I Sforza, to transform and elevate the former ancient Solariano convent. Its construction was completed in 1497 and at the request of the Duke, Ludovico il Moro, it was destined to become the mausoleum of the Sforza family.
Today, the Santa Maria delle Grazie is an UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of Milan’s finest examples of Renaissance and Gothic architecture.
As you stroll through the venue, listen to your guide as you admire the Basilica’s charming interior, so intricately designed by Bramante and Solari.
Discover all aspects of this venue, including:
⚬ The Bramante Grandstand
⚬ The Cloister
⚬ The Monastery
⚬ The Crucifixion
⚬ The Courtyard
What you get:
✔️ Reserved entry to Santa Maria delle Grazie
✔️ Guided tour of the venue
✔️ Multilingual audio commentary
What you don’t get:
✖️ Public Transportation Tickets
✖️ Entrance to The Last Supper
⚬ This tour includes a live guide, conducted in Italian or English
⚬ Please arrive 10 minutes before your allocated time slot and present your voucher to our staff
⚬ Meeting Point Address: Leonardo's Vineyard, Corso Magenta, 65, 20123 Milano MI, Italy
⚬ Face masks are mandatory within the museum
⚬ Social distancing is enforced between guests and group sizes are limited
⚬ Any equipment will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitised between uses