Rome: Leonardo da Vinci Exhibition Entrance Ticket

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Explore the towering genius of Leonardo da Vinci and his inventions at a multimedia exhibition in Rome's Palazzo della Cancelleria. Get the chance to play with over 65 of his inventions and see the principles of his innovations.
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Experience

Highlights
  • See more than 65 full-scale machines made according to designs by Leonardo da Vinci
  • Be amazed by 9 holograms showing Da Vinci's paintings and inventions in 3D
  • Discover a tomb from 43 BC, immersed in an underground pond
Full description
Explore the genius of Leonardo da Vinci with an entrance ticket to a special exhibition dedicated to his studies in the field of engineering at the Palazzo della Cancelleria.

Travel through 4 sections to see full-scale reproductions and the only holograms in the world of the artist, inventor and Renaissance man. Get the chance to touch and play with almost all the machines on display, or build your own version of a bridge that Da Vinci invented.

Examine his studies about "Water," "Air," "Fire" and "Earth" to build a better picture of his intellect and get up close to his inventions in the fields of science, aviation and the military.
Includes
  • Exhibition entrance fees
What’s Not Included
  • Guide

When you get there

Meeting point

Piazza della Cancelleria 1.

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Know before you go
• You can book a guided tour (available in 5 different languages) providing access to more workshops. Art historians are available to give more information and provide child-friendly explanations. Each guide can take a group of up to 30 people, so if your group is larger you'll need to book 2 guides. BOOKING MUST BE DONE AT LEAST 3 DAYS BEFORE YOUR VISIT
• The Palazzo della Cancelleria is owned by the Vatican and the building is a point of interest due to its architecture. The upper floor hosts the Sacra Rota where the church dissolves marriage. You can also find the tomb of the architect Auro Irzio, dating back to 43 BC, immersed in an underground natural pond