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Leonardo’s Vineyard – tickets, prices, guided tours, best time to visit

Leonardo’s Vineyard, or La Vigna di Leonardo, is one of Leonardo Da Vinci’s prized possessions. 

The Vineyard was gifted to him by Ludovico Sforza, Duke of Milan, for his excellent work and as a token of appreciation for painting the famous ‘Last Supper.’ 

Leonardo lived in the Vineyard for twenty years while working on the painting. 

Last Supper is now placed in Santa Maria Delle Grazie, right across the Vineyard. 

Leonardo took great care of the Vineyard and even mentioned it in his will. 

On this tour, get ready to glimpse the life and beloved Vineyard of Leonardo Da Vinci. La Vigna di Leonardo is one of Milan’s most famous tourist attractions. 

This article explains everything you need to know before buying Leonardo’s vineyard Milan tickets.

What to expect at Leonardo’s Vineyard

Experience the beauty of Leonardo’s Vineyard with the plants re-planted in their original spots. 

Look at Leonardo’s life and how he connected with the city of Milan in the La Vigna di Leonardo museum. 

Learn how researchers recreate Leonardo’s favorite wine through genetic testing in the Vineyard. 

La Malvasia di Candia Aromatica – Anno I was the first wine harvested from Leonardo’s Vineyard.

It was included in an exclusive 330 Decanter in the museum below the beautiful ceiling painted by Bernardino Luini. 

Get ready to scroll through the Vineyard, house, and museum that shows Leonardo’s life. 

Tickets Cost
Leonardo’s Vineyard entry tickets €14
Guided tour of Leonardo’s Vineyard tickets €20
Sforza Castle & Leonardo’s Vineyard entry tickets €27

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Where to buy Leonardo’s Vineyard tickets

You can buy tickets for Leonardo’s Vineyard online. 

Buying tickets online is a better option to save time and money.

There is a high chance of getting the ticket at a lower price if you buy it online. 

When you book online and in advance, you also get your preferred time of visit. 

Online tickets also help you avoid last-minute disappointments when tickets get sold out. 

How online ticket works

On the booking page, select your preferred date, time slot, and the number of tickets and buy them right away!

The tickets will be delivered to your registered email immediately after purchase. 

Show the ticket at the gate and enter the artist’s most cherished possession.

You can get a full refund if you cancel your ticket 48 hours before your trip. 

Cost of Leonardo’s Vineyard tickets

The Leonardo’s Vineyard entry tickets is priced at €14 for visitors between the age of 18 to 65 years.  

Children aged 6 to 17 years and seniors aged 66 years and above get €2 discount and pay €12 for entry.

Students with a valid ID also get the ticket at €12.

Children up to the age of 5 years can book this tour for free. 

Tickets for a Guided tour of Leonardo’s Vineyard costs €20, while Sforza Castle & Leonardo’s Vineyard costs €27.

Leonardo’s Vineyard entry tickets

Leonardo's Vineyard entry tickets
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Leonardo’s vineyard entry ticket gives you access to Museo Vigna di Leonardo in Milan. 

It provides you with an audio guide in 5 different languages, i.e., English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. 

Download the vox audio guide app to enjoy your tour with high-quality visuals, descriptions, and audio commentary. 

The tour is for 25 minutes and is easy to understand. 

Carry earphones with you so you can easily listen to the audio guide. 

Ticket price

Adult Ticket (18 to 65 years): €14
Child Ticket (6 to 17 years): €12
Senior Ticket (66+ years): €12
Student Ticket (with valid student ID): €12

Guided tour of Leonardo’s Vineyard

Guided tour of Leonardoss Vineyard
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Discover Leonardo’s Vineyard, including Atellani House, Zodiac Hall, The Garden of Delights, and Portaluppi’s Courtyard. 

Get a guided tour in English or Italian and learn about the life of Leonardo da Vinci. 

When booking your Leonardo’s Vineyard tickets online, you can pick your preferred time and time slot. 

Ticket Price

Adult Ticket (18 to 64 years): €20
Child Ticket (6 to 17 years): €18
Senior Ticket (65+ years): €18

Sforza Castle & Leonardo’s Vineyard 

Sforza Castle & Leonardos Vineyard
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You can explore Sforza Castle & Leonardo’s Vineyard with this ticket. 

The Sforza Castle is a 14th-century fortress and is one of Milan’s most recognizable monuments.

Look at the paintings, sculptures, and artwork during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Explore Leonardo’s Vineyard Milan and learn about the life of Leonardo Da Vinci. 

Ticket Price

Adult Ticket (18 to 65 years): €27
Child Ticket (6 to 17 years): €12
Senior Ticket (66+ years): €24
Student Ticket(with ID): €24
Infant Ticket ( up to 5 years): Free

Combo tickets

Combo tickets are the best way to explore the iconic attractions of Milan. 

You can buy Leonardo’s vineyard tickets in combination with Duomo di Milano or the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology.

On the purchase of these tickets, you can reap a discount of 5%. 

Duomo di Milano Tickets + Leonardo’s Vineyard

Duomo di Milano Tickets + Leonardos Vineyard
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Get a combo ticket and explore the Duomo di Milano, the Archaeological Area, the museum, and the Church of San Gottardo. 

Explore Leonardo Da Vinci’s favorite place and taste the wine from his Vineyard. 

Ticket Cost: €27 per person 

Leonardo’s Vineyard + Museum Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardos Vineyard + Museum Leonardo da Vinci
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Access the Leonardo Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology and temporary exhibitions and admire Leonardo da Vinci’s life’s work. 

Along with this, explore Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vineyard. 

Ticket Cost: €23 per person

Want to see famous Italian attractions within 48 hours? Buy Milan Pass and get free access to La Scala, the Duomo terraces and museum, The World of Leonardo, and many more!


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How to reach Leonardo’s Vineyard

How to reach Leonardos Vineyard
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Leonardo’s Vineyard is opposite Santa Maria Delle Grazie. 

Address: Near Santa Maria Delle Grazie, Corso Magenta, 65, 20123 Milano MI, Italy Get Directions

You can take public transport to get to Leonardo’s Vineyard Milan. 

By Metro 

You can use the metro to get to La Vigna di Leonardo. 

The nearest metro stops are Cadorna (a 6-minute walk), Conciliazione (a 6-minute walk), and S. Ambrogio (an 8-minute walk).

By Tram 

If you’re coming from Tram 16, you can stop at S. Maria Delle Grazie

If you’re coming by Tram 19, you can get off at L.go D’Ancona. From there, it is a 2-minute walk to Leonardo’s vineyard in Milan.

By Bus

If you’re planning on using the bus, take the 58 Bus and stop at  L.go D’Ancona or P.za Giovine Italia

By Car

Get in your car, start Google Maps, and get to your location as you see fit! 

There are numerous car parking near the La Vigna di Leonardo. 

Click here to view the nearby car parking lots.

Leonardo’s Vineyard timings

Leonardo’s Vineyard is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm. 

The last entry is 50 minutes before closing.

How long does Leonardo’s Vineyard take

The tour takes about 25 to 50 minutes to explore the Vineyard and the rooms. 

But you can take as long as you need as the tickets are not timed.  

Take your time as you browse Leonardo’s Vineyard and admire Leonardo’s prized possession, drink the wine from the Vineyard, and soak in the garden’s beauty. 

Best time to visit Leonardo’s Vineyard

The best time to visit Leonardo’s Vineyard is as soon as it opens at 9 am as there are few visitors around.

Avoid going in July, August, and November, as the weather is too hot or rainy. 

It’s better to book a ticket in the evening or early morning as the sun won’t hit too hard during this time.

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