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Exhibit Makes Leonardo Interactive

By Emily Baqir

Created in collaboration with the “Leonardo Da Museum Vinci” and Italian and French experts, Da Vinci Alive, which opened last June, is one of the most detailed and comprehensive exhibition of the works of Leonardo ever created. It will run until Nov. 2.

The exhibit offers visitors the chance to live an interactive experience that can immerse them in the extraordinary life and legacy of the great Leonardo Da Vinci. The unique, cutting-edge multimedia gallery, conceived by the Great Exhibitions in Australia, takes visitors in depth of the complex, dynamic mind of Da Vinci through an interactive, unforgettable experience, as the masterpieces by Da Vinci are brought to life in a symphony of lights, sounds and images.

“We are excited to bring this unique experience in Florence,” said curator Fabio Di Gioia of Perlage. “Da Vinci Alive [is] a fun, educational and enlightening for audiences of all ages, whether they are interested in art and science, or simply on their first approach

with the works of Leonardo.”



Piazzo Santo Stefano, 5


Adult: 12 euro

Student, under 18, over 65, disabled: 10 euro

Family: 36 euro

Maxi Family: 42 euro


Mon.-Thurs.: 10:00 a.m.-8:30 p.m.

Fri.-Sat.: 10:00 a.m.-11:30 p.m.

Sun.: 10:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m.



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