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mid-August under the banner of science and technology

For the weekend of August museum National Science and Technology Leonardo da Vinci It proposes a program of activities and special visits to the MuseoEstate 2022. On Saturdays and Sundays, with the extraordinary opening Monday 15 from 10 to 19, you can spend the August holiday dedicated to science and technology. For children and adults.

MuseoEstate 2022: Activities of the Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Fragosto

Journey through science, and experience activities in a lab Genetics and with Free guided tours in the exhibition Transportation with Once upon a time there was a trip. but also in Leonardo Galleries with Once upon a time there was Leonardo.

But also the space of gravity, flexibility and geometry in a fun way with patching areaGirls and boys from eight years old can create DIY pinball machines. Also, you can book Guided visits for a fee to me Enrico Totti submarine and on Leonardo Galleries.

In addition to physical installations, there is also space for augmented reality. In fact, there are eight installations available in the museum, which you can view via your smartphone usingImagineAR. Even all over Milan, albeit in dialogue with the museum: you will find installations in Piazza Gae Aulenti, Parco Sempione, Castello Sforzesco, Piazza della Scala, Palazzo Reale, Conca del Naviglio, Darsena and the museum itself with work idea journeycreated by artist Lorenzo Fonda and set in space in front of Vega missile.

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There are also all the permanent exhibits, from the space zone with the sliver of the moon, to the locomotives of other times, aviation pioneers and much more.

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you can buy over here Your ticket and see over here Calendar with activities.

Until September 11, MuseoEstate 2022 continues, with many activities to do even for the little ones. Like Orti Stellari, to see for example if you can grow salads in space (from 8 years and older). Or with the machines of Leonardo (from 9 years old) and Faciamo Affreschi (from 8 years old), to discover the Italian genius that gave the museum its name. Then the Tinkering Zone, the two on a day (for kids ages 4-8), visits to the showrooms and the Toti Submarine. In short: a way to science and technology, all summer long.