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Florence: Leonardo Interactive Museum Skip-the-Line Ticket

Florence: Leonardo Interactive Museum Skip-the-Line 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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  • 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
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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.

  • Priority entry ticket to the Leonardo Interactive Museum
  • 30% discount on the entrance ticket to the Medici Museum
  • 10% discount on the entrance ticket to the Selfiemuseum
    Not suitable for
    • Children under 7 years

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    Meeting point

    Arrive at the Leonardo Interactive Museum (Not to be confused with the Da Vinci Museum), Via de Servi, 66/r.

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    • Before purchasing a ticket, consult www.leonardointeractivemuseum.com to find out about the content of the museum exhibition and to check that the type of experience on offer meets your expectations
    • Please be punctual. Immediate, skip-the-line entry to the museum is only assured if the visitor respects the time indicated on the booking voucher
    • The online purchase of the ticket does not involve an extra fee and allows the visitor to skip any queue at the entrance upon arrival
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    4.4 /5

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    Even though this museum was full of children, I as an adult there fully enjoyed it! You could see Galileo’s drawings and many of his drawings made into actual machines, for which you can turn cranks and operate them. There even is a description of the painting techniques he used on the Mona Lisa. This museum is inexpensive and easy to get through in less than an hour.

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    August 7, 2022

    It was really remarkable to see so many of Leonardo Davinci's ideas actually built and functioning in front of you. It was a lot of fun to make these inventions move and work. The museum was not too small and yet not too big that there was too much to get to. In my opinion, it was just the right size. It was a little crowded, but it was a little crowded but it was July so that was to be expected. And even so, we were still able to look at and touch everything we wanted to.

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    July 31, 2022

    I really liked it! Experiencing all those Da Vinci machines was very interesting. What a fascinating human he was! When it comes to museums it isn't big, so don't expect a lot of space. Also, some of the machines weren't working as they should be, I guess it's due to constant usage. Though, I'd totally recommend visiting it to understand Da Vinci more! :)

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    July 30, 2022

    Product ID: 86558