Casa Natale di Leonardo da Vinci, Vinci
(3.1/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
See the farmhouse where the original Renaissance man was born at Casa Natale di Leonardo da Vinci, which tells the story of Leonardo da Vinci's life through state-of-the-art installations. Not only will you get to tour the home near Vinci where Leonardo was born, but you will also gain insight into the artist, thinker, and inventor through interactive exhibits. Since a major renovation in 2012, this museum has advanced storytelling technology that helps visitors explore the painter's life and artwork. Walk through the home site, delve into his famous paintings, and learn about the legendary Italian artist in an intimate setting. Of course, you can't miss the life-size hologram of the man himself who greets you as you enter the attraction. Casa Natale di Leonardo da Vinci is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Vinci Edition.
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  • the House does not offer much, but the film is interesting. The entry is included in the price of the Museum and it would be a shame not to see this beautiful place in the middle of the olive trees.
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  • I went with family on a Sunday, but the road, the lack of adequate parking and neglect, I have avvvilito. Then I got there.
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  • Less rich in works by Leonardo, but visit more interesting thanks to explanatory videos on the territorial context and on human life. I recommend it
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  • Over-Restored, and of dubious Provenance... The house itself is a decent example of Medieval Tuscan architecture, but overall it feels "new", rather than ancient. This is probably due to the fact that it was rebuilt from its foundations up just a few decades ago. Then there's the fact that no records exist as to it actually having been the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci. The only extant records certify that it was owned by the da Vinci family around the time of Leonardo's birth. If you're doing a tour of the area, this is a place to see along the way. It's not something I would go out of my way to see...
  • Very modern with high tech stuff to play with, but also one can imageine how was it when Leonardo was here as a child.
  • Nothing was as it was before, no furniture stayed where it was, it was a little museum, and as such, not even a good one.
  • Nice place to visit
  • Where it began for Leonardo!