Disfrute explorando los estudios de Leonardo da Vinci en la exposición Mostra di Leonardo da Vinci il Genio e le Invenzioni. La exposición, situada entre las famosas plazas de Piazza Navona y Campo de' Fiori, en la Piazza della Cancelleria 1 de Roma, abarca 1000 metros cuadrados. Esta superficie se divide en los cuatro elementos de la naturaleza: tierra, fuego, aire y agua. Diviértase tocando y probando más de 67 máquinas a escala real, experimente la obra de Leonardo de una forma mágica con 9 hologramas y déjese impresionar por un yaciimento arqueológico del 43 A.C.
Para ver esta exposición necesitará más o menos 40 minutos; con un guía le llevará algo más de una hora.
I have visited the **Leonardo da Vinci Museum: the Universal Genius and His Works at Piazza della Cancelleria 1 in Rome and I must say that it's absolutely fantastic! They have described the universal Genius in a great way, clear to visitors of any age. It's possible to understand his art, his science and engineering even through 3D holograms and you can touch almost all the inventions. At the end of the exhibition there is one extra surprise: an underground tomb in real flawing water dating from 43 BC! In fact, all the building that hosts the exhibition is just beautiful by itself.
When i arrived in Rome i heard about the exhibitions , so i when to see some exhibitions and i found a GREAT exhibitions close Campo di fiori, the exhibition by Leonardo Da Vinci .
This exhibitions is very interesting because is inside at Vatican building , the machines are FANTASTIC, you can play, read and see the mechanic function in the holograms, is funny to because you can make a Leonardo bridge and is possible see also one original catacomb by 43 a.c.
if you wanna see the exhibitions by Leonardo Da Vinci go to Piazza della Cancelleria 1 - Campo di Fiori
There are actually 3 three Leonardo da Vinci Museums in Rome. One in Piazza del Popolo not this one, another near the Vatican on Via della Conciliazione not this tour either and Palazzo della Cancelleria this listing I walked in to the first and second before finally deciding to just pay again for the one I was in since it was getting late. The museum near the Vatican was interesting if you're a da Vinci fan. There were large wooden movable models of many of his machine drawings and replicas of many of his art pieces. You don't need advance tickets for any of these museums. The desk fee was 12 euro. There was no line and actually only 1 or 2 other people in either one of them.