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Leonardo3 – tickets, discounts, what to expect, location, timings


You must have heard about the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper, famous paintings from the Renaissance period. 

The man behind the creation of such incredible work is Leonardo Da Vinci.

He was an Italian painter, sculptor, architect, and engineer whose talent and intellect best embodied the ideals of the Renaissance humanism movement.

His works as an artist and engineer were ahead of his time and changed people’s thoughts. 

The work by Leonardo will inspire you and help you keep the creative juices flowing.

This article explains everything you should know before buying tickets for Leonardo3.

What to expect at Leonardo3

Get ready to discover the outstanding work of the great Leonardo.

Leonardo3 celebrates Leonardo Da Vinci’s discoveries and inventions, and the museum is dedicated to his works and hosts 3D restorations of his paintings and working models.

The 3D models were made after carefully examining sources like Leonardo’s original Manuscript.

The Patronage of the Comune di Milano and the Award of Excellence from the President of the Italian Republic recognize this exhibit.

You can spot The Submarine, the Time Machine, the Mechanical Dragonfly, the Rapid-Fire Crossbow, and the Mechanical Eagle at Leonardo3 Milano.

The reconstruction of musical instruments and the digital restoration of the Last Supper are must-sees.  

Leonardo3 – Il Mondo di Leonardo hosts 200 interactive 3D reconstructions, which offers plenty of learning for young and adults, making the Leonardo3 tour suitable for all age groups. 

Tickets Cost
Leonardo3 tickets €14
Duomo di Milano, Rooftops & Museum + Leonardo3 – The World of Leonardo €31

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Where to book Leonardo3 tickets

You can buy tickets to the World of Leonardo da Vinci online or at the museum’s entrance.

However, booking the Leonardo3 Museo Milano tickets online is better, as it allows you to skip the entrance line at the museum’s gate and gives you extra time to enjoy the tour. 

Online tickets for Leonardo3 Milano are cheaper than those sold at the venue. 

Because the attractions sells a limited number of tickets, booking early helps avoid last-minute disappointments. 

How online ticket works

Go to the Leonardo3 ticket booking page and select your preferred date and number of tickets to buy.

You will receive an e-ticket as soon as the payment is confirmed. 

You can enter the museum by scanning your e-ticket on your smartphone at the turnstile on the day of your visit. 

Cost of Leonardo3 tickets

Tickets for Leonardo3 are priced at €14 for visitors aged 18 to 64 years. 

Young visitors between the ages of 7 and 17 years get €5 discount and pay only €9 for admission. 

Students aged 18 to 25 years and seniors 65 years and above can buy tickets at a €3 discount and pay only €11. 

Kids up to the age of 6 years get a whopping discount of €13.

Leonardo3 tickets

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Explore the working models of more than 200 of da Vinci’s machines and get an insight into the brilliant mind of Leonardo Da Vinci. 

Admire the digital restoration of Da Vinci’s famous Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. 

In addition to a digital restoration of The Last Supper, Leonardo3 has recently been boosted by an interactive new exhibit: La Dama con l’ermellino. One of da Vinci’s most famous portraits (cough cough Mona Lisa), introduces visitors to various analysis and entry points.

You can get an audio guide in eight languages to enrich your trip and learn more about Leonardo Da Vinci. 

Ticket Price

Adult Ticket (18 to 64 years): €14
Youth Ticket (7 to 17 years): €9
Student Ticket (18 to 25 years): €11
Child Ticket (up to 6 years): €1
Senior Ticket (65+ years): €11

Duomo di Milano, Rooftops & Museum + Leonardo3 – The World of Leonardo

Duomo di Milan Rooftops & Museum + Leonardo3 - The World of Leonardo
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Dumo di Milano is 300 meters (nearly 1000 feet) from the Leonardo3 museum, and you can cover the distance in a 4-minute walk. 

So why not book a combo ticket with a 10% discount and make the most of your trip?

Apart from visiting the Leonardo3 museum, you can tour the Duomo di Milano, the Archaeological Area, the Duomo Museum & the Church of San Gottardo.

Ticket Cost: € 31 per person

Want to see famous Italian attractions within 48 hours? Buy Milan Pass and get free access to La Scala, the Duomo terraces and museum, The World of Leonardo, and much more!

How to reach Leonardo3

Musée le Monde de Leonardo is located in the heart of Milan, close to Duomo di Milano and Sforza Castle (Castello Sforzesco). 

Address: Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, 11, 20121 Milano MI, Italy. Get Directions

You can reach Leonardo3 Museum Milan by public transport or car. 

By Underground Subway

You can take the Duomo or Cordusio Tube Stations on the Red Line (Line 1) or the Duomo or Montenapoleone Tube Stations on the Yellow Line (Line 3)

By Tram

You can take the No. 1 Tram, Manzoni, and stop at Scala or the No. 2 Tram, Manzoni, and stop at Scala

By Train

Take the train from Central Station with a link to the Yellow Line or Cadorna Station with a link to the Red Line. 

By Car 

If you’re traveling by car, turn on your Google Maps and get started. 

If you plan to bring your car, you can park your vehicle in Piazza Meda, an underground secure parking lot. 

People with disabilities can park their cars in Via Verdi

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Leonardo3 timings

Leonardo3 timings
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The Leonardo3 Museum is open Monday through Friday from 9.30 am to 8 pm.

On weekends and holidays, the museum runs from 9.30 am to 9 pm.

How long does Leonardo3 take

You will need at least one to two hours to explore the beauty of Leonardo3 – Il Mondo di Leonardo. 

The tickets are not timed, so you can take as much time as you want. 

However, if you admire the interactive museum and look at the 200+ working models of Da Vinci’s work, you’ll surely need more time. 

Best time to visit Leonardo3

The best time to visit leonardo3 Museo Milano is when it opens at 9.30 am. 

The crowd is comparatively less, and you can explore the museum at your own pace. 

On weekends, you may experience a little hustle and bustle at the museum, but it’s worth a visit as you will be elated to see the paintings and sculptures.

FAQs about Leonardo3

Here are some frequently asked questions about the Leonardo3-

How can I purchase tickets for Leonardo3?

Leonardo3 tickets can be purchased online or directly at the museum ticket office. We recommend buying your tickets online to avoid queues and last-minute disappointment.

Do tickets have specific entry times, or can I visit the museum at any time during operating hours with my ticket?

Leonardo3 tickets are not timed. You can visit the museum at your convenience. You will need one to two hours to explore the museum.

Can I make changes or get a refund for my purchased tickets if my plans change?

Cancellation and rescheduling of the ticket is possible until 24 hours before your visit.

Is the Leonardo3 Museum accessible to people with reduced mobility?

The museum is accessible by elevator and has no architectural barriers; thus, it is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Can I take photos or videos at the Leonardo3?

Non-professional photos and videos can be taken in some museum areas without a flash or tripod.

Can I bring my dog to the Leonardo3 Museum?

Only pets that can be carried in a bag or carrier are allowed in the museum halls.

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