Museo Leonardo da Vinci brings you an all-encompassing view of a man who is arguably the greatest genius the world has known and someone who definitely lived an extraordinary life. The most comprehensive Leonardo da Vinci museum in Rome is located at the famous Basilica Santa Maria in Piazza del Popolo, a short five-minute walk from the Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese.
Bringing to life the genius of Leonardo da Vinci as an inventor, artist scientist, anatomist, engineer and architect, the museum is a fascinating and inspirational experience, perfect for visitors of all ages and suitable for the whole family to enjoy.
Museo Leonardo da Vinci presents interactive and life-size machines crafted by Italian artisans from Leonardo’s codices, studies of his most famous Renaissance art, anatomical sketches and multimedia animations which tell the fascinating stories of The Last Supper, Vitruvian Man and the Sforza equestrian sculpture.
This museum truly brings Leonardo’s genius ‘to life’!Visitor Review
A hands-on, play-with-the-exhibit type of experience… a gem of a museum.Visitor Review
Fascinating displays, a very educational experience!Visitor Review
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long does the museum visit take?
It depends on personal interest, but the average visit time is 60 minutes.
Are there discounts for groups?
Yes, it is possible for groups of more than 10 people to book tickets at the Group Rate we have. For large group bookings (15+ visitors or more) it would be appreciated if you can contact us via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food and Drink
We don’t allow for visitors to bring food and drink into the museum.
Is the museum suitable for children?
Yes, the museum is suitable for visitors of all ages. There are many interactive machines you can touch and all of the information is presented so that everyone can understand it.
Is there free entrance for specific categories of visitors?
Children under 5 and people accompanying disabled who, by the law 104/92, have a right to be accompanied.
Paying visitors to the museum will be given access to toilet facilities close to the museum.
Am I allowed to take photos?
Yes, photography is allowed.
Are journalists allowed to enter for free?
We ask that journalists who are interested in visiting the museum to send us a request via email, so that we may assist you further.
Pets & Animals
Unfortunately, pets and other animals are not allowed inside the museum.