Milan National Museum Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci Tickets

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Enjoy the National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci in Milan thanks to these fast-track tickets. Avoid the queues at this perfect place to learn more about the genius Leonardo da Vinci in an ideal activity for you and your family.

Divided into seven areas, you will have the opportunity to discover thousands of historical objects and inventions that this Renaissance man made. From energy to communication, you will have access to permanent and temporary exhibitions in a space covering an area of 50,000 square metres.

  • Learn more about the genius Leonardo da Vinci with these tickets to the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Technology.
  • Avoid the queues with these fast-track passes where you will have the opportunity to enjoy thousands of historical objects and experiments of the Renaissance genius.
  • Access the museum's temporary and permanent exhibitions in an activity that's perfect for you and your family.

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  • Tickets for the National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci in Milan
  • Preferential access passes
  • Access to permanent and temporary exhibitions

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Avoid the queues with these tickets to the Leonardo da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan. These passes give you access to both permanent and temporary exhibitions, subject to availability. You will have the opportunity to discover thousands of historical objects and experiments of this Renaissance man who left a great legacy.

This museum is the largest of its kind in Italy and one of the most important in Europe and the world. Founded in 1953, it houses the largest collection of scientific and technological objects and artefacts in Italy, including a rich display of models of machines designed by Leonardo da Vinci, based on his original drawings.

The museum, which occupies the rooms of the former Monastery of San Vittore al Corpo, is located near the site of a small vineyard owned by Leonardo. Among the museum's exhibits are interactive science exhibits, chemistry labs, rooms offering games and experiments on energy, light, electricity, robotics, genetics and more.

The figure of Da Vinci is investigated in its historical context, relating his work as an engineer and humanist with the history of science, art, technology and Renaissance thought.

At present, the facilities occupy 50,000 square metres: more than half of this space is dedicated to the scientific and technological discoveries of the last centuries, with 13 interactive laboratories and 15 thematic exhibitions.

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    Wenda
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    It is incredible all that Leonardo did in life, although some of his creations did not come to fruition, they are not entirely dysfunctional. He was ahead of his time. The truth was good to know more details about him in this museum.
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    Inessa
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    Great!
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    Victoria
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    It is a museum to visit more than once without a doubt!
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    Dasha
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    I really like the history and projects of Leonardo da Vinci, whenever I have the opportunity I read or see something about him. This museum is extensive in terms of samples of technological advancement throughout history by his hand, as well as about da Vinci himself. There are many interesting exhibits that he made during his lifetime.
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