Enter the incredible mind of Leonardo da Vinci, a leading artist and intellectual of the Italian Renaissance. See more than 200 machines and try out 65 working wooden models, created using the famous da Vinci codes. These include flying machines, war machines, mechanisms and water machines. Continue along the path to admire the most important studies on anatomy.
Discover the 9 holograms created with the latest holographic technology, which gave life to the inventions of the great Genius. Examines his studies on water, air, fire and earth to get a more complete picture of his intellect and approach his inventions in the scientific, military and aviation fields.
The exhibition is housed in the Palazzo della Cancelleria, owned by the Vatican. The late 15th-century building is one of the most beautiful buildings in Rome, adjacent to the most famous squares, including Campo dei Fiori and Piazza Navona. This building is of great interest because of its impressive Renaissance architecture. The upper floor houses the Vatican court: the Sacra Rota and the Sala dei Cento giorni, entirely frescoed by Vasari.
Visiting the Museum, you can also access an underground Rome housing the remains of a burial temple of the consul Aulus Irzio dating back to 43BCE, immersed in the waters of the ancient Euripus river. This is a truly unique and rare site to admire in Rome.