This museum proved to be a wonderful experience, value for money, family orientated. The main building had interactive exhibits on Robots, Sound and Communication etc, which my daughter loved playing with, and running the length of the floor was filled with a series of models of Da Vinci's projects such as battleships and flying machines - really magical. The ground floor metallurgy was very authentic and atmospheric. You could spend a whole afternoon in all the different areas also incuding air and rail transport and the Enrico Toti Submarine exhibit. Guided tours and workshops were also offered. The cafe was very well priced with lovely meals and we sat on the broad balconey overlooking a beautiful garden to eat. Well worth a visit in this tranquil, cool but stimulating environment.
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