About Leonardo Da Vinci's Vineyard
Leonardo's Vineyard or La Vigna di Leonardo is a tasteful private residence tucked between the gardens of Casa Degli Atellani. It is just across the Santa Maria Delle Grazie basilica, where the 'Last Supper' is housed. La Vigna di Leonardo is the residence where the Renaissance maestro lived while working on the 'Last Supper' among other exceptional works over twenty years.
The Vineyard was a gift from Ludovico Sforza duke of Milan who became the artist's most important patron, as a gesture of gratitude for all the incredible works done by Leonardo Da Vinci in Milan. Today the Vineyard is one of the favoured places to visit in Milan, for its beautiful gardens, tours and a peek into the mastermind Leonardo Da Vinci's life.
Location- Near Santa Maria Delle Grazie, Corso Magenta, 65, 20123 Milano MI, Italy
- Adults: € 10,00
- Reduced: €8,00 (over 65, youth from 6 to 18 years old, student ID holders)
- TreNord clients: € 7,00
- Groups: €8,00 for groups of 20 and up
- Schools: € 5,00 (contact us for more info and additional material)
- Free entrance for kids up to 5 years old, disabled individuals and their helper, 'Abbonamento Musei Lombardia' Cardholders*
Timings- 9am – 6pm