The museum is divided into several different exhibition halls according to the content of the exhibits. In addition to the must-see manuscripts of Leonardo's mechanical design and reproduction models, it also displays his achievements in the fields of astronomy, agriculture, and electronics.
The door of this museum is opened at one end of the Milan landmark Emmanuel II Promenade (the other end is Milan Cathedral Square; here is very close to the statue of Leonardo in Piazza Scala), go up by elevator, adult ticket 12 euros.
The museum is small in size and mainly displays Leonardo’s various ideas, some mechanical structures restored according to drawings, such as mechanical lions similar to wooden cows and horses, mechanical birdmen, and musical instruments invented by Leonardo that have not been popularized. , I think most of them are conceptual products.
The museum is not allowed to take pictures, but it is commendable that there are two special interactive exhibition halls, which can build the load-bearing structure according to the drawings, and you can also experience the transmission machinery designed by the master, which is quite interesting.
Leonardo da Vinci is a famous Italian painter and a scientist. Based on his extensive research, he established a novel museum with rich exhibits and a very modernist design. It is worth a visit.
It is a museum with a sense of experience that you can participate in, with a Chinese introduction, which is not bad! Friends who don’t go shopping can go. It turns out that Da Vinci is not just a painter, a genius is worthy of being a genius. Is there anything he doesn't understand in architecture, physics, medicine, weapons, astronomy, etc.? recommend.
I didn't have much interest at first. After I went there, I found that the things in this museum were really varied. Some things were whimsical. I thought it was quite interesting and the tickets were cheap.