Step into the fascinating world of one of the most famous personalities in art and science in history.
Leonardo da Vinci was a true Renaissance Man who created some of the world's most famous pieces of art, designed flying machines that haven't been built until today, and dreamt up countless other inventions that we use in our lives now everyday.
Da Vinci, The Exhibition, features a comprehensive look at da Vinci's work as an artist, scientist, and designer.
Spread over 10,000 square feet and 10 zones, you'll find out how da Vinci descended from complex beginnings and left behind lifetime achievements in paintings, physics, optics, music, flight, architecture, and more.
This exhibition consists of the largest collection of da Vinci's inventions ever seen in Southeast Asia, with more than 50 live-sized reproductions of his inventions and 15 reproductions of his most famous artworks such as "Mona Lisa", and "The Last Supper".
Da Vinci's devices and machines have been recreated by skilled artisans who used his original blueprints to build the exhibits, allowing visitors to experience the machines and devices that he designed but was never able to construct due to the lack of modern technologies in the 15th century.
You'll be amazed by his intricate designs and concepts for inventions such as the parachute and scuba suit, many of which were way ahead of his time.
You'll also learn about Leonardo's explorations into the world of anatomy, including his famous studies on the Golden Ratio and the "Vitruvian Man".
There will also be many interactive displays, which will allow visitors to experience and understand the mechanics and concepts behind da Vinci's creations.
At the end of the exhibition, kids can also look forward to some hands-on craft activities where they can recreate da Vinci's inventions such as a parachute or flying machine.
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Date: 18 Jun 2021 - 2 Jan 2022
Age: Recommended for ages 10 and above
Duration: 45 minutes
Location: The Annexe, Hall 2, Science Centre Singapore
More information on Science Centre Singapore's website
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