Milan Museums, Italy: Leonardo's Last Supper Tickets, Leonardo's Last Supper guided tours, Milan sightseeing, Leonardo's Vineyard in Milan, Brera Gallery Milan

Total amount: ...,...


Call our staff for assistance, Monday-Friday, 10,00 am - 5,00 pm.

numero telefono

Uffizi gallery tickets

vatican museums rome

metodi pagamento



Tour with Private guide: The Pinacoteca Ambrosiana and the Codex Atlanticus

Duration: 2 hours
Frequency: everyday except Mondays, the New Year’s Day, 1st of May, 15th of August and Christmas.

Scheduled departures: tour departures from 10 am to 4 pm.
Reductions: Youngers than 15 years old are admitted at the tour for free. They just have to be signalled in the “Notes” space of the reservation form.
There are no other reductions.

Tour Itinerary: this tour includes one of the two locations where part of the Codex Atlanticus is guarded, the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana. The Codex Atlanticus, Leonardo’s famous collection, is formed by 1750 drawings and more than 100 manuscripts. The Codex is kept in 12 volumes, exposed and visitable in the two locations, Pinacoteca Ambrosiana and the Bramante Sacristy.
In addition to the part of the Codex present in the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, the guided tour includes also the main works of art exposed at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana. The itinerary can be personalised accordingly to the visitor’s requests and interests.

Other languages: for guided tours in Dutch, Swedish, Russian, Chinese, Japanese and Polish, please contact our offices at the 0039 055 2670402 or send an e-mail to . For guided tour in Portuguese we suggest you to book with 3/5 working days in advance.

What is the Codex Atlanticus
The drawings of the Leonardo’s great work are exposed in international preview. More than 1750 drawings and 100 manuscript on 1119 papers kept in 12 volumes: the biggest collection of drawings ans writings of the Tuscan genius.  

The exposition is organized by the Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana and the Cardinale Federico Borromeo Foundation in partnership with the city of Milan and Expo 2015.
The Codex Atlanticus is a collection of drawings and writings by Leonardo da Vinci, kept in 12 volumes. 22 papers are guarded at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana near the Cathedral and other 22 papers are kept inside the Bramante Sacristy, placed near the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. The Biblioteca hosts it from 1637. The name “Codex Atlanticus” comes from the dimension of the pages, which are like a geographical atlas of that time. The 1119 papers testifying Leonard’s genius in the period from 1478 to 1519 are collected without a precise order. 


Milano Photogallery

Our guides

Italy Travels tour guides staff is represented by licensed guides of great experience and high level of professionalism, competence and excellence on their job. All Italy Travels guides are authorized by the provincial administration of Milan and most of them are art historians and teachers in art subjects.

All private tours organized by Italy Travels always include pre-reserved museum tickets when museum tours are included in the tour itinerary. In this way visitors avoid waisting time waiting in line in front of museums ticket offices.