New ways to discover Leonardo’s Vineyard!

Enter Leonardo da Vinci’s world, discover his passions and the traces that these have left in the city of Milan, a city deeply connected to the master artist of the Renaissance.

In 1498 Ludovico Sforza, duke of Milan, gave Leonardo this vineyard, planted and cultivated in the field at the bottom of the garden of the Atellani House.

01 - Tours

It is possible to see the House of Atellani and the Vineyard of Leonardo through a tour which last 30 minutes. Each tour has a 8 stage itinerary with descriptive panels. Audioguides are available in 10 languages (Italian, English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Mandarin, Japanese, Milanese). All groups are assisted by a chaperon, and each indiviadual is provided with an audioguide. The museum is open every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The tours start every 30 minutes – last tour at 5.30 p.m. For groups made of 5 and up components we suggest booking or purchasing the tickets in advance. Purchase may be made ONLINE (see below) or directly at our TICKET OFFICE

02 - Tickets

Fees and availability

  • Adults: € 10,00
  • Reduced: €8,00 (over 65, youth from 6 to 18 years old, student ID holders)
  • 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’ Card holders*

Free antrance with card only if there is availability for the chosen time slot. The prices do not include pre-sale fees. To book your visit click on the icon below

New ways to discover Leonardo’s Vineyard!

You can also choose a guided tour with a certified guide to experience you visit at best or you can pair your visit with a tour of the Last Supper.

Enter Leonardo da Vinci’s world, discover his passions and the traces that these have left in Milan, a city to which the master artist of Renaissance is deeply connected.

03 - The Route


Our mobile App

You can now dowload Leonardo’s Vineyard official app, where you will find the contents of our museums’s audioguide.