Leonardo da Vinci Experience in Rome, the permanent exhibition
Leonardo da Vinci Experience is the new permanent exhibition open to the public since the past February 16 in Rome, it presents 46 unpublished machines and certified reproductions of 23 paintings by Leonardo.
Leonardo Da Vinci marked the transition from the Middle Ages to the Modern Age with artworks and projects that to date, hide elements and symbols wrapped in mystery. The Universal Genius was one of the most ingenious minds of the Italian Renaissance, painter, sculptor, engineer, scientist.
Finally you will be able to enjoy the inventions of Leonardo made on project and faithful reproductions of the most famous paintings from the Mona Lisa to The Last Supper in a single immersive and engaging path that will allow you to live a true multimedia experience, including painting, mechanics, projections thematic depth, holograms and educational audio. A multimedia itinerary divided into five thematic rooms in over 500 square meters:
ROOM I: Flight Engine Room & Last Supper
ROOM II: War machines Room
ROOM III: Hall of perspective
ROOM IV: Principles Hall
ROOM V: Painting Gallery
For the first time in Rome and in Italy, the exhibition Leonardo Da Vinci Experience, a unique exhibition in the world with recognized masterpieces presenting a life-size reproduction of The Last Supper, the controversial painting that become the central part of Dan Brown’s novel The Da Vinci Code.
The museum was set up in Via della Conciliazione, 19, within a short walk from the St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums and Castel Sant’Angelo. Leonardo meets in this way Michelangelo and Raphael in a fascinating triangulation among the greatest geniuses of the Italian Renaissance.