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.
It is possible to see the House of Atellani and the Vineyard of Leonardo through visits which last 40 minutes. Each entrance has a 8 stage itinerary. Every guest is welcomed by the museum staff and provided with an audioguide. Audioguides are available in 10 languages (Italian, English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Mandarin, Japanese, Milanese). The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m, last entrance at 5.30 p.m. We suggest booking or purchasing the tickets in advance for groups. Purchase may be made directly at our TICKET OFFICE, at Corso Magenta Street, or ONLINE (see below).
Fees and availability
Free entrance for:
*Casa Atellani and Leonardo's Vineyard are glad to welcome disabled visitors and their helper offering them a free entrance. We must point out that Casa Atellani is a renaissance building and has some architectural barriers that make wheelchair difficult.
**Abbonamento Musei Milano Lombardia Card holders can book the visit directly from this link: Click here!
You can purchase the ticket at our TICKET OFFICE, at C.so Magenta 65, or HERE BELOW from the Musement's link (booking fee included):
You can now dowload Leonardo’s Vineyard official app, where you will find the contents of our museums’s audioguide.