National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci

National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci
Via San Vittore, 21

The National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci will not reopen on May, 18 and will be closed for a few more weeks.

The Museum's staff is working on several new developments for the reopening, so as to guarantee employees and future visitors all the necessary and useful safety measures.

In the meantime, you can continue to follow the Museum through #storieaportechiuse (#storiesbehindcloseddoors): every day on Museum's Facebook, Instagram and YouTube channels you can find unpublished videos, images and documents on science, technology, news, behind the scenes, education, Leonardo da Vinci and Space.

 

Enter one of the most evocative historical places in the heart of Milano in a journey between past, present and future.

 

Born in 1953, it is now one of the largest scientific and technical museums in Europe. Placed in the cloisters of a 16th century Olivetan monastery, it covers about 50,000 square meters. It is the museum where you can discover exhibitions and interactive workshops dedicated to energy, materials, astronomy, transport, nutrition and particle physics.

 

Don’t miss the New Galleries, the world’s largest permanent exhibition dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci: a scenographic pattern through 170 historical models, works of art, ancient volumes and installations to describe the figure and the work of Leonardo as engineer, humanist and explorer of nature.

 

Be fashinated by extraordinary objects such as steam trains, the catamaran AC72 Luna Rossa, the brig schooner Ebe, the Count Biancamano Transatlantic's command bridge and the rocket launcher Vega

Get aboard the submarine Enrico Toti and relive the emotion of the sailors.

 

Discover the Space Area with the only fragment of Moon exhibited in Italy and visit the expositions “#FoodPeople. The exhibition for those hungry for innovation” and “Extreme. In search of particles”.

 

On weekends and holidays, there is a rich program of activities in interactive workshops, initiatives in the Tinkering Zone, guided tours and special events included in the entrance ticket.

Opening times

Opening times:

Following the Authorities' provisions, the Museum will close the entrances and suspend its activities from Sunday 8 March until a date to be set.

 

Tue - Fri: 9:30 - 17:00

Sat and holidays: 9:30 - 18:30

Admission is allowed up to 30 minutes before closing.

Closed Mondays except for holidays, December 24th and 25th, January 1st

Ticket information

Ticket information:

Following the Authorities' provisions, the Museum will close the entrances and suspend its activities from Sunday 8 March until a date to be set.

 

Tickets € 10

Reduced price € 7.50

For all the details visit the official website

 

Submarine Toti

With reservation € 10

Without reservation € 8

It is not possible to buy the ticket for the visit to the submarine separately from the entrance to the Museum.

All information for the guided tour, price details, booking methods can be found on the official website

 

Buy online:

Public transport

Public transport:

UNDERGROUND

Line M2 green Sant'Ambrogio stop

 

 

BUS

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Services

Services:

Disabled access
Telephone

Telephone

+3902485551
Email

Email

info@museoscienza.it
Official hashtag

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#Museoscienza

Facebook

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Twitter

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