We went there this past weekend. It is a must-go to all those who wish to know more about Da Vinci, his life, his inventions, paintings etc.
The exhibits have been brought all the way from Italy from the Il Genio de Leonardo da Vinci Museo. The exhibits help to bring to life the genius that was Leonardo da Vinci - an inventor, artist, scientist, anatomist, engineer & architect.
There are numerous exhibits (life scale) that we can actually admire and handle, right from simple mechanical stuff to the 'vertical flying machine'. The exhibits are a treat for sure.
The highlight is of course the 'Mona Lisa'. One entire hall is dedicated to this mysterious lady. There is loads of information about the painting, facts, trivia. There are many photographs that are part of a assignment by the famous photographer Pascal Cotte; these photographs help us to uncover many unknown facts about the Mona Lisa. One gets to see what the original painting looked like.
There is also a small TV hall, which plays a documentary about the life of the genius, I think it's a BBC documentary. Very informative and worth sitting through.
We enjoyed the exhibition immensely, Aadu held on for quite a long time, but soon lost it when we were watching the documentary, he went off to sleep. He had a great time handling the exhibits, working models etc.
Overall a great way to spend an afternoon.
Venue: National Science Centre, Bukit Kiara.
Time: 9 am - 6 pm.
Infoline: 03-20921150 / 03-74933010
Tickets: Children upto 7 years - FREE !!
Children 7-17 - RM 20
Adult - RM 25
Senior Citizen - RM 13 (free admission with pension card)
Family(2 adults & 2 Children) - RM 70
(Waiver of ticket fee for 1 person if you carry any one of the following:
Malaysia Airlines - Enrich Card member)