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Leonardo da Vinci Museum

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The Leonardo da Vinci’s Museum is located in the heart of the city, very close to the Brunelleschi’s dome of the main Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore. At the entrance you will find the new bookshop, with a variety of interesting books, including our...more
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Via dei Servi, 66/R-68/R | 200 Metri Dietro il Duomo, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Stumbled across this small museum and was awed by Leo’s genius! There isn’t much, but what they do have really showcases the man’s inventions/concepts. He was soooo far ahead of his time!

Thank Tim W
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Really marvellous demonstration of the relevance of Leonardo’s designs from so many years ago. And the insight into his painting style was an extra that was a bit unexpected and really interesting. A great variety of examples that allowed the visitor to participate. Recommend for...More

Thank Angela P
Reviewed 6 days ago

Just happened into the museum to find dozens-and-dozens of Leonardo's conceptual drawings come to life! Many were hands-on and watching his imagination actualized in beautiful wooden constructions was a delight. Worth an hour of your Florence time ...

Thank dmdcotr
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We visited here primarily to break up our sight seeing with something of more interest to our five year old daughter, as had read prior to visiting that there were interactive displays. Our daughter loved the visit - most of the exhibits of Leonardo da...More

Thank JetsettersWA
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is an inexpensive, small museum dedicated to the understanding of Leonardo da Vinci's love of science and engineering. Great place to take children too. It contains many models of Leonardo's inventions that were built according to his written plans. Some are engineering marvels, and...More

Thank annie02018
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Tucked away past the duomo this one worth a little detour. It’s not huge or fancy but our 4yo enjoyed it and it’s got some really interesting exhibits and i fonis in small chunks so easy to read whilst keeping good an eye on your...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Really entertaining experience, not the usual museum experience with sculptures and paintings. This museum has interactive showcases of Leonardo's inventions which is not something you see everyday. Also the price for entrance is pretty cheap at only 5€.

Thank Sophia D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was a place I sought out, i was looking forward to seeing his work. What I wasn't expecting was blocks, ropes and a basic playing area. This was nothing more than a kids interactive museum.

Thank NH2CA
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Some interesting replicas of Leonardo’s inventions. Many are hands on, allowing visitors to see the machine in action, but not particularly captivating. Visit takes about half an hour to an hour.

Thank gowithgrammie
Reviewed 10 September 2018 via mobile

I had seen some of the work ups before in Wood, like the bicycle and the oil press. In here though, they had a far wider variety, plus tables with sticks on that you could make your own models from. I don't know whether Leo...More

Thank Bryan W
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ellimic2016
19 November 2017|
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Response from elberton | Reviewed this property |
Pay on entry. Very small museum but worth it.
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Arkelanor
2 October 2017|
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Response from Noghnosh100 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Arkelanor, My two kids 4 & 3 years enjoyed too much specially when they tried the tools.
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maktub0708
25 September 2017|
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Response from Museo macchine L | Property representative |
Hi, the ticket costs € 7 for adults and € 5 for students you can buy it directly here, at the Desk regards Alessandra
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