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Leonardo Interactive Museum®
Leonardo Interactive Museum®

Leonardo Interactive Museum®

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Via dei Servi, 66, Florence, 50122

The Basics

The immersive museum takes an in-depth journey into Leonardo da Vinci’s engineering and mechanical inventions. Browse the interactive life-size machines modeled after the inventor’s original sketches, and see high-resolution images of some of Leonardo’s most famous works of art. Then, head to the workshop and attempt to construct Leonardo’s arched bridge, dome, and polyhedrons. Book your ticket in advance to avoid waiting in a long line to enter.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • An explanation in five languages, including English, accompanies each machine.

  • The Leonardo Interactive Museum® is wheelchair-accessible.

  • There’s no museum cafè, but the neighborhood has plenty of dining options.

  • There’s an on-site gift shop selling models and other souvenirs.

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How to Get There

An easy walk from the train station and top attractions, the Leonardo Interactive Museum® is located on Via dei Servi in the historic center of Florence, halfway between the Duomo and the Accademia Gallery.

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When to Get There

The Leonardo Interactive Museum® is open every day (hours vary depending on the season), and is a welcome break from the summer heat and crowds of the Duomo.

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Leonardo da Vinci Museums Across Italy

You’ll find several Leonardo-themed museums in Italy, including collections in Rome, Milan, and Vinci, Leonardo’s hometown. The Leonardo Interactive Museum® in Florence stands out for its engaging, hands-on atmosphere and workshop where kids and adults can learn the secrets of Leonardo’s building techniques.

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