Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology

Roof of the Duomo of Milan

 

Discover the largest permanent exhibition in the world dedicated to Leonardo. A spectacular setting that will help you investigate the work of Leonardo da Vinci in the historical and social context of the time, his relations with nature and art, the legacy of his research method in contemporary society.

An immersive experience between over 170 historical models, artworks, ancient volumes and installations about the evolution of Leonardo’s thought in an emotional, intellectual and physical dimension.

The Museum, opened in 1953, is one of the main technical-scientific museums in Europe, representing a unique cultural resource to inspire the new generations. Leonardo is investigated within his historical context by relating his work as an engineer and humanist to the history of science, art, technology and Renaissance thought. Universal meanings such as the desire to know, the ability to observe and think transversely are a precious legacy of Leonardo’s working method to contemporary society.

 

PRICES: 10€ full price; 7,50€ reduced price (for MilanoCard holders)

WITH MILANO CARD: 7,50€ 

WHERE: Museum of Science and Technology, Via San Vittore, 21

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