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  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Duration:  30 mins - 1.5 hours
See Leonardo da Vinci’s largest collection of original drawings at the incredible Codex Atlanticus exhibit in Milan. Spread over two venues — the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana in the Biblioteca Ambrosiana and the Bramante Sacristy in the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie — this fascinating exhibition includes works from 1478 to 1519, showcasing Da Vinci’s entire life as an artist. Select from one of three entrance ticket options and admire the artwork independently.

Highlights

  • Ticket to Leonardo da Vinci’s Codex Atlanticus (Atlantic Codex) exhibition in Milan
  • Admire Da Vinci’s extraordinary collection of original sketches, drawings and writings
  • View Renaissance masterpieces at the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, inside the Biblioteca Ambrosiana
  • Visit the Bramante Sacristy in the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, an architectural gem that's home to The Last Supper mural
  • Choose from three ticket options

What You Can Expect

Leonardo da Vinci's Codex Atlanticus Admission in Milan

Discover the Room of the Exedra in Milan's Pinacoteca Ambrosiana

Da Vinci’s entire life as an artist and a scientist is documented in the Codex Atlanticus (Atlantic Codex), an extraordinary collection that has been preserved and turned into an exclusive exhibition in Milan. Dating from 1478 to 1519, the 12-volume set of drawings and writings by Da Vinci — his largest set — consists of some 1,119 sheets that covers a variety of subjects including mathematics, mechanics, astronomy, botany, weaponry and musical instruments.

The exhibition is displayed across two exclusive venues in Milan: the Bramante Sacristy in the Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie and the Biblioteca Ambrosiana. The latter is one of the world’s oldest libraries, open to the public for this exceptional occasion.

The sheets are displayed in different themes and rotated every three months, with the aim of creating an ideal tour of Da Vinci's most important works.

Choose from the following ticket options:

Pinacoteca Ambrosia:
Inside the historic Biblioteca Ambrosiana is the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana art gallery, home to 22 drawings on display in the Federiciana Room. View some of the greatest masterpieces of all times, such as Portrait of a Musician by Da Vinci, The Basket of Fruit by Caravaggio, Cartoon for the School of Athens by Raphael, Adoration of the Magi by Titian, Madonna del Padiglione by Botticelli and the magnificent Vases of Flowers by Brueghel. Allow approximately 1.5 hours for this visit.


Bramante Sacristy:
The Bramante Sacristy is located in the convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie, and is considered by many to be a jewel of Renaissance architecture. The monumental complex of the sacristy, which also includes the cloister, is one of Milan’s most fascinating hidden corners, still very much unknown to the greater public.

Admire 22 original drawings on display in this exhibition. This convent is also where Da Vinci’s famous mural painting, The Last Supper, is located. Allow approximately 30 - 45 minutes for this visit.

Combination:
Visit both the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana and Bramante Sacristy for a full look at Da Vinci’s largest collection of artwork. Allow approximately three hours in total for these visits.

Customer Reviews

4 star rating: Recommended May 2014

This tour was very interesting and the audio guide is a must to have.

3 star rating: Worth doing July 2014

Interesting museum collection. A small portion of the overall collections at the museum. It would be interesting to see a model of da Vinci's drawings.

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