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Admission tickets from SGD 12.20
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- I was walking down the street and came across this museum. I was a little worried about paying for the ticket considering it could have been a tourist trap with a bunch of junk. It turns out it was a good purchase - even if it was a tourist trap (it's not). You get to see and work with many of DaVinci's inventions. Some of which he never built, just designed. Kids will enjoy this; I know this big kid did.Written 22 February 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Having made a mistake and booked tickets (through Tripadvisor) to the other interactive museum, we actually ended up in this museum, which is on the same road... this museuum had a far nicer front desk and interactive displays, suitable for young to early teens.
It is a good place to spend 1 - 1.5 hours... looking at the different machines built using the original drawings and some displays were interactive, and a small anatomical display.Written 28 May 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Do you know that soccer was born in Florence? Nowadays you can see the soccer origins (dating from the Renaissance) during games of "Calcio storico fiorentino" (a game which is nearer to rugby) between may and june in Piazza Santa Croce...but our Temple of Italian Soccer, the modern game I mean, is here, in Florence, because in the Coverciano section the Italian national soccer team do their soccer camps. In the FGCI seat there is this small jewels, with a lot of things to see and to know if you're interested about soccer.Written 11 July 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Ticket costs 14 euro for adults, open everyday from 10 am to 7 pm. Located between Duomo and Accademia Gallery. There are two exhibitions: The Pinocchio exhibition and the Dante exhibition. The Pinocchio exhibition is very suitable for kids as the kids get full immersion into the fairytale. The Dante exhibition brings visitors through a journey that begins with the screams of the damned and the fires of hell, ends with the peaceful celestial atmosphere of Paradise. There is a large bookstore, a Pinocchio official store and a restaurant bar with free wifi.Written 17 February 2020
- This is a venue of changing presentations. Incredible Florence is an old exhibit. In December 2019 it is about Maragrite and his art. December 2018 it was about Van Gogh and his art. Very interesting.Written 29 December 2019
- Totally boring because if you want to visit the museum only for the Dante exhibition 22€ for 2 persons is too much. Its not worthy.Written 10 August 2019
- Very nice collection of toys!! The kids had fun looking for the things on their notebooks!! It was a bit stuffy but I would recommend this to families with kids 4-12. It’s a small place so doesn’t take too long. The price isn’t too bad it’s $10 for adults and 6 for kids.Written 29 June 2022
Frequently Asked Questions about Florence
- These places are best for children's museums in Florence:
- Leonardo Interactive Museum - Da Vinci Interctive Museum
- Museo Leonardo Da Vinci
- Museo Del Calcio
- Museo Pinocchio e Dante
- Incredible Florence - Multimedia time machine experience
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