Casa Natale di Leonardo da Vinci, Vinci

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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. Put Casa Natale di Leonardo da Vinci into our Vinci online tour planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • The Museum is interesting, especially in the interactive part, absent original works and is a flaw. Half an hour visit is enough, plus another 15 minutes to admire the view and imagine a Leonardo child run through olive groves.
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  • After seeing the Museum and the Castle, the just completed is the House. Nice idea Organizer, only flaw: why wait 20 minutes of explanation in English waiting for the Italian one if at that time there are foreigners? In my opinion you should simplify according to need of the moment.
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  • The location of the House is beautiful. The visit in my opinion deserves. The 22-minute video is just beautiful. Personally I'd start visiting museums from here. Unfortunately the interactive video of the last supper was not working if not from tv.
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  • Three locations one ticket as 20euro. the rebuilt birthplace does not reflect the old time, but rest two museums are nice. It worth to go...
  • It's difficult to rate this place, in general, but for me the experience was divine. If you are not passionate about the most amazing person ever born, this place will bore you but if, like me, you feel the pull of energy from Leonardo, you need to go just to stand in the home where he was born. I can imagine his life better by looking through the same windows he looked through and walking the same roads he walked down as he went from his grandmother's house to his poverty stricken mother's house. Look around and enjoy his view, watch the film in Italian or English and try to imagine how his genius was developed from these roots.
  • A place where culture and nature meet up. Beautiful place to ride by bike.
  • Up in the hillside above the town of Vinci, designated to be the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci though I understand there are no official records. Not much to see, an original floor and stone sink, the rest of the building has been renovated. A pretty setting adjacent to an olive orchard, and nice view over the Tuscan countryside. We didn't have time to watch the 22 minute video which rotates between languages.
  • There was an interesting introduction video but not more than that. the house is empty , not much to see. Nice location and view
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