National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci

National Museum of Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci

Enter one of the most evocative historical places in the heart of Milan on a journey through the past, present and future.

Founded in 1953 , it is today one of the largest technical-scientific museums in Europe. Immersed in the cloisters of an Olivetan monastery of the sixteenth century, it covers about 50,000 square meters.

It is the museum where you can discover the exhibits, exhibits and interactive laboratories dedicated to energy, materials, astronomy, transport, nutrition and particle physics .

Don't miss the New Galleries , the largest permanent exhibition in the world dedicated to Leonardo da Vinci . A scenographic journey through 170 historical models, works of art, ancient volumes and installations to tell the figure and work of Leonardo, engineer, humanist and investigator of nature.

Thrill in front of extraordinary objects such as steam trains, the AC72 Luna Rossa catamaran, the Ebe schooner brig, the command deck of the Conte Biancamano ocean liner and the Vega space launcher . Climb aboard the Enrico Toti Submarine and relive the excitement of sailors in navigation.

Discover the Space area with the only fragment of the Moon exhibited in Italy and visit the exhibitions “# FoodPeople. The exhibition for those hungry for innovation ”and“ Extreme. In search of particles ". On weekends and public holidays a rich program of activities in interactive workshops, initiatives in the Tinkering Zone, guided tours and special events included in the entrance ticket.


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Via San Vittore, 21
20123 Milan


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