Leonardo da Vinci Museum in Venice - Skip the line Tickets
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- Skip the line at the ticket office and use the time you have available for a better visit to the Leonardo da Vinci Museum.
- Our tickets are open-ended: use your ticket even on a day other than the one you chose at the time of booking.
- Discover the inventions of the great Renaissance genius and try out some of his amazing creations!
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1) MUSEO LEONARDO DA VINCI VENICE - TICKET PRICES
Adult: € 8,00
Concession: € 6.50 - children aged 5 to 17 years and students up to 23 years with university card
Free: children up to 4 years accompanied by a paying adult and people with disabilities.
2) MUSEO LEONARDO DA VINCI VENICE – OPENING HOURS
Until March 31: 10.30 - 17.00
Last admission 16.00, closed on Mondays.
From April 1: 10.30 - 18.30
Last admission 17.00, open every day.
3) HOW TO REACH THE MUSEO LEONARDO DA VINCI MUSEUM VENICE
The Leonardo da Vinci Museum is located in the San Polo district, at the Scoletta of the Monumental Complex of the Scuola Grande di San Rocco, in Campo San Rocco 3052.
- Arriving by train? It’s a 15-minute walk from the Santa Lucia train station, in the direction of Ponte degli Scalzi, towards the church of San Simeon Piccolo.
- Arriving by bus or by car? It’s a 10-minute walk from Piazzale Roma in the direction of Fondamenta dei Tolentini.
4) WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT THE MUSEO LEONARDO DA VINCI VENICE?
The Leonardo da Vinci Museum in Venice lets you discover how on many occasions the Florentine master was the forerunner of some modern inventions: the flywheel, the helicopter and the hang-glider, to name a few, are nothing more than the natural evolution of some of his brilliant insights.
In the four sections of the Museum - earth, water, air and fire – you can take a close look at an interesting collection of machines designed by Leonardo. You can try out some of them: the models have been created maintaining the proportions and, in some cases, even the dimensions of the drawings of the Da Vinci Code, and are therefore real prototypes which you can test!
You can also admire some of Leonardo's most important Anatomical Studies and the reproduction of his major paintings, compared with each other thanks to the use of backlighting technology at very high resolution.
The Leonardo da Vinci Museum also houses a series of drawings by the master contained in the collection prepared by the Reale Commissione Vinciana between 1920 and 1930 and a 3D virtual reality movie showing the functioning of his main war machines.
The visit to the museum lasts about 45 minutes, and contains explanations in Italian, English, French, German, Spanish and Russian, and ends with a projection on the life and works of Leonardo. Inside the building there is also a bookshop, where you can buy books on the Renaissance genius and reproductions of his projects.
5) RULES OF THE LEONARDO DA VINCI MUSEUM
- Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
- Animals of any size are not allowed inside.
- Smoking is forbidden (including e-cigarettes), as well as using any type of open-air flame.
- During your visit it is forbidden to run, jump or listen to music without headphones.
- During the museum visit it is forbidden to eat or drink.
- The museum is free for mobility impaired visitors. However, we please ask you to let the museum know via phone call.
- In exceptional cases or due to force majeure (natural disasters, strikes or other unforeseen events), the museum may be closed. In these cases, you can visit it on another date or request a full refund of the price you paid.
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