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Museo Leonardo da Vinci

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The Museo Leonardo da Vinci offers visitors the chance to interact and experiment with 50 of his most interesting inventions, developed from his original designs. The museum offers virtual reality experiences alongside workshops so that you can enjoy a deep dive into the mind of the genius of the Renaissance, whatever your age. Book skip-the-line tickets online before your visit for the smoothest experience.
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Florence: Leonardo Interactive Museum Entry Ticket
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Florence for Families Private Tour
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Discovering Florence With A Kids Friendly Guide
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Florence Experience Tour for Families: Discovering Leonardo da Vinci
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General information

opening hours

In winter (from November 1 to March 31), the museum opens daily from 10 am to 6 pm. In summer (April 1 to October 31), the museum closes an hour later, at 7 pm. Final entry to the attraction is an hour before closing time.


Regular entry tickets cost €7. Reduced price tickets cost €6. The reduced rate applies to children aged between 7 and 17 and students under the age of 25. Disabled visitors and children under the age of 7 can enter free of charge.


Official site:


Museo Leonardo da Vinci
Via dei Servi 66
50122 Florence

how to get there

You can reach the museum by taking bus route C1 and getting off at either Santa Maria Nuova or Cavour Palazzo Medici. The museum is in the historic old town of Florence, within walking distance of Florence Cathedral and several of the city’s most popular attractions. There are a range of paid parking options around the old town if you intend to drive, but the museum does not have its own parking lot.
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