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The Bramante Sacristy

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The Bramante Sacristy

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Convento di Santa Maria delle Grazie 1, 20123 Milan Italy
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Best of Milan Walking Tour with Skip-the-Line to Duomo & ‘Last Supper’
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Best of Milan Walking Tour with Skip-the-Line to Duomo & ‘Last Supper’

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More than 1,000 people visit Leonardo da Vinci’s The Last Supper every day. Not surprisingly, visitors spend a lot of time waiting in for tickets and admission. On this walking tour of Milan, you’ll get skip-the-line admission to see the painting so you’ll have plenty of time to see rest of the city’s sights, including the Duomo and Sforza Castle. A small group means plenty of time for questions.
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maryjoe0777 wrote a review Aug 2015
Long Island, New York292 contributions111 helpful votes
We marveled at the exhibition of DA VINCI'S UNIQUE works. He was a true genius. Only a portion of his 12 set volume is on display . Still amazing . The building itself is a jewel of Renaissance Architecture which includes a lovely cloister.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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FernIze wrote a review May 2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands292 contributions115 helpful votes
The Sacrestia del Bramante exhibits pages from the Codex Atlanticus - a portfolio of Leonardo Da Vinci's manuscripts. The displays in this room show about 20 pages from the portfolio on a rotating basis and it is amazing to see Leonardo's original handwriting and drawings. The room also has a video display translating the drawings to 3D and doing an excellent job of explaining how the contraptions were intended to function. When we visited there were only some 10 people in the room and we could see each of the pages at our ease. The location is next to the St Maria Delle Grazie, and a Leonardo alternative if you were not able to get tickets to The Last Supper.
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Date of experience: May 2015
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Ioana_Purcarea wrote a review Feb 2015
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This site is located quite centrally so it is easy to reach. If your main purpose is yo see the codex atlanticus you do not need an audio guide as you have all sketches explained also in english. Definately on the to do list in Milan.
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Karen R wrote a review Oct 2014
Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia215 contributions129 helpful votes
A small room off the beautiful Cloister of the Frogs at the St Maria Delle Grazie church - the interiors are amazing and beautiful - take the time to absorb so much history here. The audio guide will ensure you dont miss anything and is well worth the extra Euros (our tickets to the last supper included the Sacrestia & the audio guide and we are glad we allowed at least 2 hours to spend here and in the church). The staged exhibition drawings from the Codex Atlanticus by Leonardo Da Vinci were fabulous and well presented in English and Italian. There is a secret tunnel in here that was an escape route from Sforza Castle (destroyed during WWII) and a rare example of a nocturnal clock. An excellent example of Bramante architecture. Well worth a visit but allow plenty of time to absorb all this historical information before or after you see the Last Supper.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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Helen552259 wrote a review Aug 2014
Sunbury, Australia470 contributions72 helpful votes
Take the time to include the Sacrestia del Bramante when visiting The Last Supper. We saw an amazing de Vinci exhibit when visiting. Incredible history and beautiful surroundings
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Date of experience: July 2014
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