The Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology is the longest time I have stayed in all the scenic spots in Milan. I really look at things one by one. Da Vinci is really a genius. How can there be so many wonderful ideas? Of course, there are many modern inventions and creations that are suitable for taking children with me, and submarine trains can really go up, not like many places in China. The model lets you see the explanation through the glass.
The Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology has only one floor to display the manuscripts and model works of the cross-border artist of anatomy and physics. A natural science museum hidden by the artist's reputation is actually cyberpunk in style. Physical chemistry and biogeometry are all available. It is also a parent-child attraction.
This museum is actually very big and has a lot of things. I have limited time to visit only a small part of it. I think it's interesting to have time. In fact, we can do some good shopping. But for most of the tourists who come and go in a hurry, we can skim it. Tickets of 10 Euros are still quite expensive. I went to Da Vinci, but only saw some enlarged photos of manuscripts and some samples based on his design.
The National Museum of Science and Technology of Leonardo Da Vinci sees many of the origins of science and technology. The tram was also a historical relic of Milan. I saw the tram running in 1915 and the sculpture made by the wire head in the street. The power transmission in the industrial revolution originated from the city. The porcelain bottle connecting the wire was also the product of Milan. Marconi, the famous father of radio, was also an Italian. Museum many radio learning ways, really memorable. Textile and steelmaking were the driving forces of the first industrial revolution. The engines of automobiles and airplanes were the world's leading engines before World War II. The prototype of Guangzhou Auto Chuanqi's first generation model and engine is also Italian.
Leonardo Da Vinci Museum of Science and Technology is a fantastic museum, which includes large submarines and sailboats from Leonardo Da Vinci's inventive space to the Large Hadron Collider. It provides information in Italian and English. It is suitable for children and people of any scientific education.
you need one day just for it! i walked it in 3 hours and i saw only a few thinks :-( it is one of the best museums i have ever visited
10 min by feet very interesting!
Leonardo Da Vinci is a versatile person. A visit to this museum will certainly open your mind. You must see the manuscripts and replica models of scientist Leonardo Da Vinci. In addition, it also shows some scientific and technological developments since the Italian history.