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Exhibition with worldwide premieres, new discoveries and multimedia interactive stations. Audio guides in Eglish, Chinese, French, German, Russian and Spanish. From the Last Supper Restored to the Mechanical Lion. Award of Excellence from the...more
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Piazza della Scala | At the entrance of Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 20121 Milan, Italy
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Great display of Leonardo’s imagination, however most of the information is in Italian. You almost have to rent an audio guide in English to be able to enjoy the place. The audio guide itself i found to be quite boring.
The researchers of Leonardo 3 went through Leonardo Davinci's Folios and built many of the devices and inventions depicted within those, to learn more about them, and about Leonardo.
The audioble devices describing the different inventions added an informed element to a tour through this...More
This is a good place to spend a little time seeing life size exhibits of Da Vinci's work. Kids will appreciate the interactive displays and there is a 3-D station where you can see the Santa Maria delle Grazie where the Last Supper is housed....More
The only thing I regret is not spending enough time here. Actually, you can easily spend half of the day at this museum having great fun and exploring beautiful replicas of Leonardo's creations, as well as his inventions that he never had a chance to...More
A must see, preferably before visiting 'The Last Supper' for its fantastic background to the repair and restoration of one of the world's greatest works of art.
There are also terrific representations from Leonard's amazing mind from robotic soldiers to planes and life-size moving animal...More
As impressive as daVinci it was not, but it was really a nice visit to remember what was thought at design school and engineering studies!
Only thing I must be really hard and recommend against, is visiting without the upgraded audio tool. For non italians...More
In the Galleria, near the Teatro La Scala and just few minutes from Piazza del Duomo, there is the entrance of this wonderfull Museum. There are working models of Leonardo da Vinci machines and restaured paintings. There are interactives games and is good for adolescents...More
The pulsating core of Milan is in Centro. Duomo Square is enclosed by the gothic cathedral, the historic icon of Milan. However, shopping is what draws most crowds to this area. The classy and versatile Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II with luxury boutiques and high quality restaurants will turn any shopping or lunch expedition into a royal experience. Head to the rooftop of the flagship La Rinascente to enjoy the
view of the animated square with a panorama of the Duomo. The Corso Vittorio Emanuele II is the street for high-end shopping. Brands of all kinds and street artists attract the attention of all visitors; while at Via Santa Radegonda 16, Luini Panzerotti is a much appreciated street food shop providing unimaginable culinary experiences. If shopping takes its toll on you, consider visiting Castello Sforzesco, a 15th century castle housing several museums. Those looking to relax can go to Parco Sempione, where nature provides respite from the energy of this dynamic and international city.
We did not go to the Museum of Science so I cannot compare. However, I think the special Leonardo di Vinci exhibit closed on Dec. 31st, 2016. You need to check. The best thing about the Leonardo Museum is that it is... More
We did not go to the Museum of Science so I cannot compare. However, I think the special Leonardo di Vinci exhibit closed on Dec. 31st, 2016. You need to check. The best thing about the Leonardo Museum is that it is small. However, it took us a long time to go through it because we were "playing" with all the interactive exhibits. If it is still open, I think this smaller museum would be very appropriate for an 8 year-old. However, if it is closed, I think a "hands on" science museum that includes exhibits about Leonardo di Vinci would also be suitable.