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The largest science museum in Italy

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Opening hours
09:30 - 17:00
09:30 - 17:00
09:30 - 17:00
09:30 - 18:30
09:30 - 18:30
09:30 - 17:00
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  • 50,000 m2 of investigation into science and technology, with 16,000 historical objects and 13 interactive laboratories
  • See models of Leonardo da Vinci's designs of war machines, flying machines, and more in a cutting-edge science museum housed in a 16th-century monastery
  • Get into a hands-on museum dedicated to spreading the understanding of scientific phenomena (and showing their practical application)
Leonardo da Vinci Parade
Now on - Oct 13, 2018

Enter the mind of a genius via the Leonardo da Vinci Parade! This exclusive and unusual combination of art and science showcases Da Vinci's huge range of interests and studies throughout his career.

Browse 130 models built in the 1950s using Da Vinci's drawings as a guide. See restored plaster and terracotta models, plus examples of engineering, technology, flying, boating, construction machinery, measuring instruments, and even ideas for inventions that move under water! Fascinating stuff for any Da Vinci fan.

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Milan's Museum Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci (Museo Nazionale Scienza e Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci) is housed in a 16th-century monastery, and features a collection of more than 16,000 items - including models based on da Vinci's engineering sketches. It's a fascinating place to delve into the mind of whiz-genius overachiever da Vinci, and learn about cutting-edge tech.

Leonardo da Vinci was a true Renaissance man (and not just because he was alive during the Italian Renaissance).

His interests ranged from the study of nature and anatomy to military and hydraulic engineering. Not only a renowned painter, he's often credited with inventing the parachute, helicopter and tank. His observations and ideas can be seen in the thousands of drawings made throughout his life and career as painter and engineer.

And Milan's National Museum Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci is a fitting tribute: huge and filled with experiments on subjects from energy to communication, its scope seems to reflect the great man's restless mind.

There are seven different departments, each of which studies and researches in the areas of their collection, as well as creating exhibitions and educational activities. Highlights include the New Frontiers Department, with its space area (including a chunk of moon rock), and the Conte Biancamano Ocean Liner.

Kids in particular love the engaging interactivity, but really the whole family will find the time flying by, the way da Vinci hoped his 'ornithopter' would.

Come curious and leave engaged and informed (and even more curious). A hot tip: the museum is so engaging that you can easily spend a whole day here - so long as you keep the blood sugar up. There's no café, but if you pack lunch and/or snacks you can avoid eating lunch out of a vending machine, and watch your child's eyes grow wide with wonder all day long.

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  • Access to the museum
  • Access to the temporary exhibition (depending on availability)
  • Entrance to the Enrico Toti submarine

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National Museum Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci
21,Via San Vittore, 20123, Milan
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Wheelchair accessible
Aug 29, 2018
We really enjoyed the museum. We spent over 5 hours there. There was enough for us to stay even longer if we could have.
Aug 25, 2018
Whilst the museum & it's exhibits were excellent. The layout was a little difficult to follow sometimes. There was no clear way around the various regions of the building. It just didn't 'flow' ...?
Jul 25, 2018
Plan 1 full day. It’s a HUGE museum
Jul 23, 2018
During our time in the museum, a lot of expositions were not working. In general, it was quite good.
Jun 21, 2018
Interesting educational
May 30, 2018
The Da Vinci exhibition is okay but nothing we didn’t already know or could read in a book
Apr 28, 2017
It was perfect that we didn't wait In the lines
Aug 1, 2016
Sep 15, 2018
Largement meilleur qu’esperé, impressionament divertissant et ludique, je reviendrais à Milan ne serait ce que pour prendre plus de temps dans ce musée.
Sep 9, 2018
Gli oggetti esposti e il materiale interattivo sono staTi molto interessanti ma il percorso era abbastanza indicativo e confuso

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