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Avoid the long queue at the museums’ entrance in Milan! Our exclusive Booking Service allows you to reserve your tickets online to visit the museums in Milan, on the day and time you wish. In this way you can avoid the lines and have more time for enjoying the museum.

Leonardo's Last Supper

Pinacoteca Ambrosiana

Brera Picture Gallery

Milan Museum Tickets

Avoid the queue in front of the Milan Museums!
By booking entrance tickets to the museums in Milan you can choose the day and time you prefer to make your visit avoiding ticket lines and spending more time with the wonders that the city has to offer.

The must-see works of Leonardo da Vinci will be more accessible thanks to our online booking service.


Besides being the "Capital of Fashion" you will find out that Milan is also one of the most artistically rich cities of Italy.
It is considered the second home of Leonardo da Vinci, the artist has left many of his works in Milan, including one of the most important: the fresco of the Last Supper.
The ancient Mediolanum, since the first centuries after Christ, has being a thriving and active artistic and cultural center. It has played a key role in the history of the Italian art.
From the architectural point of view, Milan is full of churches of incomparable charm. Beginning with the Duomo, the gothic cathedral and symbol of the city, and continuing with the Basilica of San Lorenzo and the Santa Maria delle Grazie Church.

Milan Museum and the benefits of booking online

Book your tickets to the Milan Museums.
Skip the line by choosing the date and time you prefer!

The Milan Museums

Leonardo's Last Supper (Cenacolo Vinciano): the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie is home to the world's most famous fresco's the "Last Supper" by Leonardo Da Vinci.
Brera Gallery: the Brera Picture Gallery is the oldest museum in Milan and it houses works by Mantegna, Tintoretto, Caravaggio and Piero della Francesca.
Codex Atlanticus: this temporary exhibition is dedicated to the world's largest collection of writings and drawings by Leonardo da Vinci.
Sforza Castle: is the symbol of Milan, built by Francesco Sforza in the fifteenth century, is now a compulsory stopover for those visiting Milan.
Pinacoteca Ambrosiana: a priceless gallery of Milan founded by Federico Borromeo to support the School of Fine Arts of the city. Here is possible to admire masterpieces of Caravaggio, Raffaello, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci and many more.