Museo Cenacolo Vinciano
A visit to this landmark should be on your bucket list as it houses one of da Vinci's most iconic pieces of art.
It may vie with the Duomo as the most important artwork in town, but — unlike the Duomo, which is always to be seen — getting to glimpse Leonardo da Vinci's "Last Supper" fresco is no easy matter. It's located in the refectory of the Late Gothic Lombard church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, built in the 15th century. An extraordinary example of linear perspective, "The Last Supper," one of da Vinci's most complex works, is only available to view by prior appointment. At the last count, at least one month's notice was required. And when you get your reservation, note that you only get 15 minutes.