Save time and visit two of Milan's most renowned museums in one day. Reserve your ticket for Da Vinci's Last Supper and skip the long lines at the Ambrosiana Art Gallery and Library. Take the opportunity to see two of Italy's most famous museums in one day. Your combo ticket will grant you entry to Santa Maria delle Grazie, home to the Last Supper, and the Ambrosiana Library, where some of the world's most important artworks of Raphael, Botticelli, Titian and Caravaggio are kept. The church of Santa Maria delle Grazie originally served as a mausoleum for Duke Ludovico il Moro's family. He commissioned several artists in creating this wonderful architecture. Da Vinci was tasked to paint one of walls of the refectory which then became canvas for one his greatest work - 'The Last Supper' or 'Cenacolo'. The Ambrosiana Library is a home to the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana, one of Milan's premier art galleries. This building exhibits 12 manuscripts with 1119 pages detailing Leonardo da Vinci's life from 1478 to 1519. The gallery also has more 12,000 drawings and paintings of European masters from the 14th to the 19th century.