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Florence: Leonardo Interactive Museum Entry Ticket

Florence: Leonardo Interactive Museum Entry Ticket

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In the heart of Florence, 100 meters from the Accademia Gallery, the Leonardo Interactive Museum hosts over 50 large machines based on the Codes of Leonardo himself.

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Duration 50 minutes
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Experience

Highlights
  • Operate over 50 life-size, working machines based on in-depth studies of the drawings contained in the famous Leonardo da Vinci codes
  • Participate in the active, experimental and always innovative laboratories where you can build bridges, domes, Leonardo's polyhedron and more
  • Admire and compare some of the most famous paintings by Leonardo
  • Interact and discover the machines' inner workings and the Genius of Leonardo
  • Build and dismantle Leonardo’s bridge and dome and understand the principles behind their workings
Full description

Make your way to the Leonardo Interactive Museum in the heart of Florence, just steps from the Accademia Gallery, and discover a family-friendly exhibition guaranteed to stimulate your curiosity. Marvel at machines built to scale and according to Da Vinci's original designs. Learn about some of Leonardo’s major studies of anatomy and see high-resolution backlit replicas of his main paintings to explore his medical and artistic achievements. Organized into 4 sections - earth, water, air, and fire - the museum provides descriptions in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian for your convenience. Benefit from multimedia displays about the artist and inventor's extraordinary life and works.

Includes
  • Entry ticket to the Leonardo Interactive Museum
  • Guide
Not suitable for
  • Children under 7 years

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Arrive at the Leonardo Interactive Museum (Not to be confused with the Da Vinci Museum), Via de Servi, 66/r. Coming from the Duomo, 50 meters before the entrance, on the corner of Via de Servi and Via del Castellaccio, a 'Da Vinci Museum' has recently been positioned with a red vertical sign and two arrows inviting you to turn right. This is not the entrance to the museum Leonardo Interactive Museum, so please do not follow these signs. For detailed directions on how to get to the Leonardo Interactive Museum, please consult the website.

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Important information

Know before you go

  • Inside you can freely try out, with caution, the most beautiful machines designed by Leonardo in his Codices
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Smaller than I thought and more for children, but I learned a lot and it’s fascinating how many of the things we still use today were invented by him. It’s very important to get your tickets if you can the day before. By 10a they were sold out for the day. I reccomend it but you’ll be done in 30-45 min

January 9, 2023

If you are travelling with kids, this is a perfect blend of fun and culture to make the site-seeing more bearable for the younger ones. Even without children, it is a sweet treat, a unique chance to see all Leonardo's "inventions" braught to life. Every device and tool can be operated and examined making this an interactive experience that we don't often get in a museum. It is not very big but depending on the level of your interest you could spend between 30 and 60 minutes exploring all the exhibited items, even more if you get fascinated by some of the machines.

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January 2, 2023

Wonderful experience. My 6-year old and 8-year old loved it. I loved reading and learning and seeing. We spent around 2 hours here, which is much more than we had anticipated, which is a good thing! This made a great activity on Mondays when a lot of the main museums are closed.

December 12, 2022

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