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Venice: Leonardo Da Vinci Museum Entrance Ticket

Venice: Leonardo Da Vinci Museum Entrance Ticket

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Explore the mind of a genius with an entrance ticket to the Leonardo da Vinci Museum, near the Basilica dei Frari in Venice. Journey through complex but captivating inventions at a museum themed around the 4 elements of earth, water, fire and air.

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  • Explore the mind of the genius, Leonardo da Vinci
  • See faithful reproductions of his inventions and machines
  • Learn about Da Vinci's studies of human anatomy
  • Purchase Leonardo themed gifts and souvenirs in the book shop
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Journey through the life and work of one of the world's great artists and inventors at the Leonardo da Vinci Museum in Venice. Enjoy a family-friendly exhibition and stimulate your curiosity by taking a deep look at Da Vinci's work. Stroll through the 4 sections of earth, water, air and fire, and discover machines built according to Da Vinci’s original designs. Learn about some of his major studies of human anatomy, and see high-resolution backlit replicas of his major paintings. Explore both his medical work and artistic accomplishments to build a better understanding of the man. Benefit from descriptions in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian, supplemented by multimedia displays detailing his life and works.
  • Entry ticket
  • Photo opportunities inside
  • Free admission for children under 7 years old
  • 10% discount on bookshop purchases
  • Guided tour
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • All participants who are 12 years and older must present a Green Pass that is valid in the EU and has a verifiable QR code. Valid Green Passes can be obtained by uploading either proof of vaccination, proof of a Covid-19 infection within the last 6 months, a negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before the activity starts, or a negative antigen test taken no more than 48 hours before the activity starts to the Green Pass or Covid Certificate apps
  • Masks are required while indoors
  • All participants must also bring a valid government-issued photo ID (e.g. passport, driver's license, etc)

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Leonardo da Vinci Museum, Campo San Rocco, 3052 Venice.

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Important information

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  • Children under 15 years old can only enter if accompanied by an adult.
  • The machines at the museum have been rebuilt according to Da Vinci's designs unless changes have been necessary due to original proportions.
  • Last entrance 1 hour before closing time
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4.4 /5

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This lifted us into the heart of our everyday lives and the relevance of what we see and use. My young children so enjoyed see the machines and being able to work them. The highlight so far. We didn't expect to be so enthralled. The staff were so grateful & kind to us. A beautiful tranquil stop amidst a lot of rip-off behaviour from others throughout the day

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October 24, 2021

A good museum with excellent audio guide

The museum is very clear that you will only see replicas of Da Vinci’s work, and it does that job brilliantly. Explaining clearly his artistic importance and engineering genius, there is also a brief history and numerous copies of pages of the codices which are fascinating. The museum would be fabulous for younger visitors. But after a while I pined to see an original creation. My problem - not the museums.

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October 17, 2019

This exhibition is unusual insofar as Da Vinci does not appear to have had any connection with Venice at all and it does not offer a single original piece of his work - only reproductions. That said, it offers valuable explanations and the sources, ie where to go see the originals elsewhere - if you can. It tells you that, for example, you can find the original l’Uomo Vitruviano at the Galleria dell’Accademia, also in Venice, but they don’t put it on general display so you are far better off seeing the reproduction here along with a decent explanation. This permanent exhibition is well worth a visit if you are in Venice and you hunger for Leonardo. Otherwise you will have to travel around much of Europe to see the original works spread across many collections.

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March 25, 2019

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