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Bramante Sacristy (Sacrestia del Bramante)
Bramante Sacristy (Sacrestia del Bramante)

Bramante Sacristy (Sacrestia del Bramante)

via Caradosso, 1, Milan, Italy, 20123

The Basics

The Bramante Sacristy and Santa Maria delle Grazie church are connected by a cloister and both feature imposing architecture. In the sacristy, you can admire the ceiling painted with golden stars, peruse da Vinci’s sketches and notes, and stroll through the adjoining Cloister of Frogs—a peaceful space with a fountain and flower-lined walls. It’s possible to visit the Bramante Sacristy on some Milan city tours, which often include skip-the-line tickets to viewThe Last Supper.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Bramante Sacristy is a must-see for art and architecture lovers.

  • Tickets to the Bramante Sacristy do not include a visit toThe Last Supper, so arrange tickets to both separately or with a combination ticket.

  • Avoid long lines to Bramante’s complex and da Vinci’s masterpiece with skip-the-line tickets.

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How to Get There

Take the M1 Metro Line to the Milan Cathedral (Duomo), and walk five minutes to the Bramante Sacristy. Alternatively, you can take tram 2, 3, 12, 14, or 16 to the Milan Cathedral stop.

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When to Get There

The Bramante Sacristy is open daily, with limited hours on Mondays. Peak season in Milan and Italy is June, July, and August. Visit the city during the shoulder months to avoid crowds.

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Why Was the Bramante Sacristy Built?

The Duke of Milan, Ludovico il Moro, commissioned the Bramante Sacristy andThe Last Supper in the Santa Maria delle Grazie. When the Sforza family came into power, the duke commissioned two great artists to expand the complex, which would become the ornately decorated mausoleum for the Sforza family.

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