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The Bramante Sacristy - CLOSED

Via Caradosso 1, 20123 Milan, Italy
+39 02 8069 2248
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A MUST VISIT SITE

We marveled at the exhibition of DA VINCI'S UNIQUE works. He was a true genius. Only a portion of... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2015
maryjoe0777
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Long Island, New York
Eye to eye with he actual handwritings of Leonardo da Vinci

The Sacrestia del Bramante exhibits pages from the Codex Atlanticus - a portfolio of Leonardo Da... read more

Reviewed 17 May 2015
FernIze
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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5 Aug 2015
“A MUST VISIT SITE”
17 May 2015
“Eye to eye with he actual handwritings of Leonardo da Vinci”
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Via Caradosso 1, 20123 Milan, Italy
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Reviewed 5 August 2015

We marveled at the exhibition of DA VINCI'S UNIQUE works. He was a true genius. Only a portion of his 12 set volume is on display . Still amazing . The building itself is a jewel of Renaissance Architecture which includes a lovely cloister.

Thank maryjoe0777
Reviewed 17 May 2015

The Sacrestia del Bramante exhibits pages from the Codex Atlanticus - a portfolio of Leonardo Da Vinci's manuscripts. The displays in this room show about 20 pages from the portfolio on a rotating basis and it is amazing to see Leonardo's original handwriting and drawings....More

Thank FernIze
Reviewed 10 February 2015 via mobile

This site is located quite centrally so it is easy to reach. If your main purpose is yo see the codex atlanticus you do not need an audio guide as you have all sketches explained also in english. Definately on the to do list in...More

Thank Ioana_Purcarea
Reviewed 19 October 2014

A small room off the beautiful Cloister of the Frogs at the St Maria Delle Grazie church - the interiors are amazing and beautiful - take the time to absorb so much history here. The audio guide will ensure you dont miss anything and is...More

Thank Karen R
Reviewed 3 August 2014

Take the time to include the Sacrestia del Bramante when visiting The Last Supper. We saw an amazing de Vinci exhibit when visiting. Incredible history and beautiful surroundings

1  Thank Helen552259
Reviewed 23 May 2012

A small room off the cloister of the Frogs at St. Maria delle Grazie. Worth a visit not only for the great interiors but because it now host sketches from Leonardo's Codex Atlanticus.

2  Thank Maylinda
Reviewed 21 May 2012

Very well staged exhibition of drawings from Codex Atlanticus. Technical details are incredible. Collection will be shown in series and will last another year. I wish I had seen this while at school!

1  Thank andy s
Reviewed 12 May 2012

We recently were in Milan. We made reservations to see the Last Supper. Our reservations were free because of Culture Week. However, while investigating the process for booking the Last Supper tickets, I saw that some ticket sites offered a combination ticket. My husband had...More

Thank QueenMimi
Reviewed 22 April 2012

Leonardo's various studies on the flying machine and other sketches - mostly on mechanical, technical principles or the birds' flight or wing studies are being exhibited in Codex Atlanticus in Bramante's sacristy. There is a truly private, unhasty ambience to this place. The architecture creates...More

2  Thank MissSharpMouth
Reviewed 12 January 2012

The "Sacrestia" didn't really impress me. I visited it because of the "codex atlanticus" of Leonardo Da Vinci. It had a ticket of 10euros (very expensive for only one room of exibition). If you visit the Ambrosiana Pinacoteca (which also exposes a part of "codex...More

5  Thank Vicky_Ba1984
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