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Among the many Milan museums included in MilanoCard, there is also the National Museum of Science and Technology “Leonardo da Vinci” of Milan. On February 15, 1953, the museum was inaugurated in the presence of the President of the Council Alcide de Gasperi. Initially, the building consisted, besides the museum section, of a library, two bars and two congress halls. The Milan museum has a large collection of machine models drawn by Leonardo da Vinci. In Milan, there is another Milan museum dedicated to the great artist, the Leonardo3 Museum – Leonardo’s World, a few steps from Duomo of Milan. Get 50% off thanks to your Milan City Pass, click here.
You can reach the National Museum of Science and Technology of Milan by taking the green metro of Milan and getting off at Sant’Ambrogio stop. You can travel for free of charge on Milan public transport thanks to MilanoCard, the travel card of Milan. For more information click here.
Museum collections include testimonies of the history of science, technology and Italian industries from the nineteenth century to the present. The Milan museum is located in Via San Vittore 21, in the ancient monastery of San Vittore al Corpo, where in the 16th century the artist and inventor Leonardo da Vinci owned some land.
Thanks your Milan City Pass,You can visit the National Museum of Science and Technology of Milan getting 25% discount on the entrance ticket. Click here for more information. The museum is open from Tuesday to Friday, from 10am to 6pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 7pm.
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