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Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci

20123 Milano - Mailand, Italy (Lombardia)

Address Via San Vittore, 21
 
 
Floor area 40 000 m² / 430 556 ft²  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Technical Museum in general
  • Steam engines/generators/pumps
  • Science Museums in general
  • Nanotechnology
  • Transport in general
  • Railway
  • Radio and Kommunication in general
  • Industry / Production Technology
  • Military ships and submarine


Opening times
Tuesday - Friday: 9.30 - 17.00; Saturday and holidays: 9.30 - 18.30
martedì - venerdì 9.30 - 17.00 sabato e festivi 9.30 - 18.30

Admission
Status from 05/2014
Full € 10; Concessions € 7
Intero € 10; Ridotto € 7

Contact
Tel.:+39-02-48 555 1  eMail:info museoscienza.org  

Homepage www.museoscienza.org

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Location / Directions
N45.463019° E9.171237°N45°27.78114' E9°10.27422'N45°27'46.8684" E9°10'16.4532"

By public transport
Metro M2 stop S. Ambrogio
Bus 50, 58 stop San Vittore
Bus 94 stop Carducci

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

I: Marelli Radiomarelli Argirita 33 (1932-34)
I: Marelli Radiomarelli Mizar (1937)
I: Phonola SA, FIMI; 913 (Ch= 910) (1938)
I: Unda Radio; Como, Super Quadri Unda 538 (1938/39)
I: Allocchio Bacchini TV1 (1939-41)
I: Imca Radio; Pangamma AM/FM IF121 (1949-51)
I: Phonola SA, FIMI; 640 (1955)
I: Magnadyne Radio; Alta Fedeltà FM 150 (1959/60)
I: Vega, BP Radio, RR122-FO (1961)
I: Vega, BP Radio, RR128-FO (1964?)
I: Vega, BP Radio, RR126 (1965)
I: Vega, BP Radio, Black ST201 (1969)
I: Vega, BP Radio, Sider 20" (1969-71?)

Description

15.000 technical-scientific and artistic objects make up the Museum's collections. Gathered starting from the 1930s, they represent the history of Italian science, technology and industry from the 19th century to the present. They include technical-scientific tools, equipment and machines, also in large sizes, with particular reference to transport (on the road, by ship, train or plane), to energy production, iron and steel industry, to the history of communications and informatics as well as astronautics.
 

Exhibition Area and Interactive labs:

Materials
Polymer Materials
Metals
Lifecycle of products
Basic Chemical Manufacturing
i.lab Chemistry
i.lab Materials

Transport
Air transport
Rail transport
Water transport
Toti submarine
i.lab Beyond the ocean

Energy
Energy sources and devices
Energy System
i.lab Energy & environment

Communication
Astronomy
Telecommunications
i.lab Electricity
i.lab Light

Leonardo Art & Science
Leonardo da Vinci
Jewellery
Horology
Musical instruments
i.lab Leonardo

New Frontiers
Nanotechnology Area
i.lab Nutrition
i.lab Biotechnology
i.lab Genetics
i.lab Robotics

Science for young people
Young children’s i.lab
i.lab Soap bubbles


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