Cenacolo Vinciano

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Since October 13, 2020, Ad Artem has become the official concessionaire of museum services at the Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano in collaboration with Verona 83 and Giunti Editore. We are delighted to offer you guided tours that match the uniqueness of a world-renowned masterpiece like Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper, protected by UNESCO. Its significance requires the highest level of professionalism and awareness from us.


Furthermore, thanks to the availability of a dedicated multi-functional space within the Museo del Cenacolo Vinciano, we are able to provide visitors with a richer and more engaging experience, utilizing various educational methodologies.


Did you know that?

The Last Supper occupies the entire northern wall of the refectory of the Dominican convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, which served as the gathering place for friars to eat, pray, and meditate during meals. Since the 14th century, in the Tuscan tradition from which Leonardo drew inspiration, this place has commonly been referred to as the "Cenacolo," a term that from the early 16th century has also been used to denote the pictorial representation of the Last Supper that usually adorned such environments.


If you desire to witness this great masterpiece with your own eyes, we are thrilled to accompany you on an unforgettable guided tour. Book your tour now with Ad Artem and prepare to immerse yourself in the incredible beauty and historical significance of Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper.


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