When it comes to Leonardo Da Vinci, you might think you know all there is to know. Well, prepare to be proven wrong at Da Vinci: Machines & Robotics.
Did you know, for example, that Da Vinci’s behind the first ever helicopter? Covering dozens of experiments and inventions, Da Vinci’s sketches laid the groundwork for so many of the daily machines we use today.
Da Vinci: Machines & Robotics features over 60 installations — each shedding light on the mastermind’s incredible works. As you navigate through the exhibit, prepare to be amazed at the inventor and his many ideas.
📐 Grab tickets for Da Vinci: Machines & Robotics, and get an inside look into some of the world’s most revolutionary discoveries.
Da Vinci is most well known for his discoveries on anatomy and physiology, but the inventor uncovered much more than that. Whether it be in military, art, civil engineering or robotics, Leonardo Da Vinci brought completely new findings to the 1500s.
At Da Vinci: Machines & Robotics, you’ll get to see some replicas of the machines he invented, as well as the sketches that started it all — from the scientist’s life-sized robot to his spring-powered car and so many other creations.
The Italian genius truly revolutionized war machines, hydraulic technology, and a plethora of other sectors that impacted daily life, but his inventions were not published until his death in the early 16th century. Da Vinci: Machines & Robotics is the opportunity to learn more about the incredible inventor and his mind.