Visit the six exhibition halls with over 500 square meters of space of the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Venice! The museum illustrates the universal genius of Leonardo da Vinci; exhibits interactive machines, multimedia videos, infographics, anatomical studies and in-depth analysis of major paintings by the great master; and offers educational workshops. Not to be missed!
- every day
- November to March: from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, last admission at 5:00 pm
- April to October: from 9:30 am to 6:30 pm, last admission at 5:30 pm
Museo Leonardo da Vinci
Scoletta – Complesso Monumentale Scuola Grande di San Rocco
Campo San Rocco, 3052
30125 – San Polo, Venice
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The six exhibition halls with over 500 square meters of space of the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Venice illustrate the universal genius of Leonardo da Vinci, exhibit interactive machines, multimedia videos, infographics, anatomical studies and in-depth analysis of major paintings by the great master, and offer educational workshops.
You can try out the most important engineering projects of Leonardo da Vinci, with well over 60 machines in perfect working order. These were faithfully recreated from his designs, such as the "war machines", "civil engineering machines", the "flying machines", the "ideal city" and "principles of physics". You can thus trace the ambitious dream that Leonardo da Vinci nurtured throughout his entire life: flying.
For each machine there are information panels translated into 6 languages to provide further details.
The rooms are enriched with multimedia installations, making the visit even more inspiring.
Visitors can also deepen their understanding of the anatomical studies and major paintings by Leonardo, illustrated through the use of high-resolution backlit installations.
Full price ticket
Reduced ticket # 1: children aged 6 years and up, students under the age of 25, seniors over 65, teachers not accompanying groups
Reduced ticket # 2: school groups (teachers enjoy free admission), groups with more than 15 paying adults.