Leonardo Di Vinci on Last Call in St. Louis
Leonardo di Vinci is an inaccurate reference to the world renown artist, daedal inventor. The correct spelling is actually, Leonardo da Vinci. The late Italian’s innovations just happen to be on loan in St. Louis, Missouri. The momentous exhibit marks the first time that the DaVinci Machines Exhibition has ever been in North America. The 6o+ collection encompasses famous inventions, such as”Da Vinci Mechanical Lion,” reflecting when the Da Vinci’s robot lion was gifted to the King of France. The extended show ends on March 31st in St. Louis (and is open daily from 10 a.m to 6 p.m).
The location of the Da Vinci Machines Exhibit is
800 Market Street | St. Louis, MO. 63101 | 314.241.1241
In the interim, “Leonardo di Vinci” advocates can observe sixty-plus hand-crafted inventions that were masterminded by Leonardo more than 500 years ago, which have been resuscitated by three generations of Florentine artisans. Highlights include a “air screw”, flying machines, nautical and hydraulic machines, “bicycle”, a “spring powered car”, and many more inventions.
The exhibit days of the Leonardo Di Vinci are winding down to the last call in St. Louis, Missouri.
Ticket prices for the ‘Leonardo Di Vinci’ Exhibition in St. Louis are nominally priced at $14 for adults, $11 for students and senior citizens. The interative exhibit is an engaging presentation of work that is an ideal field trip for the family.
The famiy pack ticket rate proves to afford the best bang for the buck, with $40 covering two adults and three children. Admission is complimentary for children aged 4 and under. Otherwise, tickets for children aged 5 to 10 is $9.
Leonardo Di Vinci has been in St. Louis for several months and will be concluding its extension on March 31, 2012.