Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, Milan

(4.1/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web)
Inside an ancient monastery, Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci is Italy's largest technology and science museum. It pays homage to its namesake's many accomplishments while simultaneously celebrating new discoveries. The museum is divided into sections: energy, astronomy, transport, communication, art and science, materials, new frontiers, and others. Visit the horology exhibit, where the inner mechanisms of watches are displayed. To guarantee and English-speaking guide, book your museum ticket and tour of the museum's Toti submarine in advance. Work out when and for how long to visit Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci and other Milan attractions using our handy Milan trip itinerary maker.
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TripAdvisor
  • In this museum there is simply everything, a submarine, helicopters, a Galleon, spatial fragments, works by Leonardo vinci, astronomy, iron fire water light does, everything that man has invented, fantastic
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  • I was yesterday to visit the exhibition of the transformer. Really, nice and interesting. We were all family and although I have little girls too, according to the way they see have been drawn to this section. Then we went on the tour in the other sections and even through interactive games (space section) we were able to intetessarle. For the rest everything always has its own charm, though, without taking anything away from anyone, it's maybe somewhere more suited to boys
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  • I am engineering student and this was the most interesting museum i've ever been! Its quite big and has so much to see! From food science to submarines... tickets not expensive at all! Totally worth i...  more »
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  • So much to see, so much to learn, plenty of interaction opportunities...at the risk of sounding like a cliché, there really is something for everyone. A fabulous day out. Just one word of warning - plan what you want to see beforehand and allow plenty of time, there must be some kind of temporal anomaly around this place...we somehow managed to spend almost 7 hours here, and we skipped loads!
  • Best science museum I have done (and I have done a lot). You can easily spend here 3 hours with all the cool things that are on display. From models of da Vinci's machines to a real submarine. A must do of you love science.
  • This is a must see in Milano. But reserve a full day. Be rested. And open your mind to some nice learning. Very good museum. Will go back for sure.
  • Really nice museum, with lot of thing to see : from ols telephones to airplanes ans submarine . So be prepared to spen a few hours here.
  • It was the most impressive science museum I've ever visited. It covers all science domains that human kind has developed so far