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Tickets for Leonardo3 - The World of Leonardo

The genius of da Vinci comes to life

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Opening hours
09:30 - 22:30
09:30 - 22:30
09:30 - 22:30
09:30 - 22:30
09:30 - 22:30
09:30 - 22:30
09:30 - 22:30
Best time to visit
Afternoon or evening
  • An interactive museum and research center that brings the past to life using innovative technology. No doubt da Vinci himself would approve!
  • Working models of more than 200 of da Vinci's machines, including a submarine, a rapid-fire crossbow and a mechanical eagle and dragonfly
  • These digitized restorations of his paintings are no replacement for his original Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, but these unique high-tech exhibits are super cool
The World of Leonardo
Now on - Dec 31, 2018

Enter the mind of one of history's greatest thinkers at The World of Leonardo exhibition, which brings da Vinci's greatest inventions to jaw-dropping life. See large-scale models of his Submarine, Time Machine, Mechanical Dragonfly, Rapid-Fire Crossbow, and Mechanical Eagle among digital restorations of famous paintings and hands-on multimedia displays which guide you through Leo's incredible creative process.

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Renaissance men didn't get more Renaissance than painter, sculptor, inventor, architect, scientist, writer and mapmaker Leonardo da Vinci. This exhibition breathes life into his story, thanks to digitized paintings and hundreds of working models of his machines.

Located in the center of the city (conveniently between La Scala and il Duomo), the Leonardo3 is a fascinating place to spend some time with your family. Or, if you're on your own, an amazing place to get lost in your thoughts (and curse them for not being as imaginative, precise, or ahead of their time as da Vinci's were).

The interactive exhibition, with hundreds of models of machines of his own creation - including a submarine, rapid-fire crossbow and a mechanical dragonfly, is a great way to get to know the restless genius of the man who inspired The da Vinci Code (for which you may be grateful or annoyed).

The exhibition is a decent size, so you'll get plenty to explore, but are unlikely to suffer 'museum fatigue'.

In addition to a digital restoration of The Last Supper, Leonardo3 has recently been given a boost by an interactive new exhibit: La Dama con l’ermellino. One of da Vinci's most famous portraits (cough cough Mona Lisa), introduces visitors to a range of analysis and entry points.

To experience a truly remarkable mind, get into this museum. Then go buy yourself a sketchbook and get to work.

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20121 Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 20121, Milan
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Getting There

  • Metro: Red line to Duomo or yellow line to Montenapoleone
  • Tram: 1 to Teatro alla Scala
Mar 6, 2018
I expected a bit more, it was very interesting but everything was in Italian and to be able to understand we had to buy the audio guides. The young people working at the museum were a bit rude and not interested in helping anyone at all.
Jan 1, 2018
대부분 터치스크린 영상으로 봐야 하는 거예요. 전시공간이 크지 않아서 1시간안에 다 끝나요. 00
Dec 31, 2017
It’s a good one to visit if you have more days staying at Milan and no other tourists plan ...
Dec 10, 2017
Very good
Nov 15, 2017
Treba videti obavezno
Oct 31, 2017
The exhibition was very interesting and well done. We really liked how the modern technology was used to bring Leonardo's world closer to us. The only thing we found less good is that there were quite lot of information that were only presented in Italian only, with no english version.
Oct 23, 2017
Oct 9, 2017
Such a nice play to visit.
Sep 3, 2016
We enjoyed the exhibits on display. My 10 yrs old loved the hands-on bridge building and the touch screen robot assembly games. The digitally restored "The Last Supper" painting was amazing.
Mar 12, 2018
Un bel museo per far conoscere a visitatori di ogni età un grande genio italiano. Molto affascinante la ricostruzione di diverse macchine. La ricostruzione in digitale dei colori originari della Gioconda e dell’Ultima cena sono davvero entusiasmanti, ti consentono di ammirarle in tutto il loro splendore cancellando gli inevitabili segni del tempo.

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