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Date posted: 04/05/2011
Leonardo Da Vinci Comes to Hollywood – Now through Dec 2011
The Hollywood and Highland Center is giving visitors a glimpse into the imagination of Leonardo Da Vinci in a 10,000 square feet interactive exhibit filled the artist’s greatest designs, inventions and works of art. This traveling showcase has been made to educate its audience with machines that you can actually crank, pull and push, which can be enjoyed by both children and adults alike. So far, the exhibit has been seen by more than 600,000 visitors from throughout the world, ranging from Florence, Italy to El Paso, Texas, and it will only be in Hollywood for a limited time, so don’t miss this opportunity to get to know the creativity found in the mind of the great Leonardo Da Vinci.
Leonardo Da Vinci is one of the most accomplished men in history, with extraordinary work in a number of fields including art, design, engineering, philosophy and science. He had an insatiable need to learn how everything in the world worked and this curiosity is what led to his remarkable collection of inventions, ideas and art. In an effort to show visitors a well rounded spectrum of his works, the exhibit displays 60+ full-sized machines designed and described by Da Vinci, 20 reproductions of his most famous works of art and an activities area with 30+ original games and crafts.
Why wait? Bring the family together for a trip to Hollywood to watch Leonardo Da Vinci’s inventions come to life. A trip to the museum will only take a few hours, so this would be the perfect opportunity to spend the day exploring the infamous Hollywood streets with a stroll down the Walk of Fame to visit some of the hottest spots in town, including Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, El Capitan and Mel’s Drive-In.
Dates: January 18 - December 31, 2011
Location: Hollywood & Highland Center (Across from the Kodak Theatre)
Address: 6801 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028
Hours: Monday – Sunday 10 AM - 6 PM
Ticket Prices: Adults $18, Seniors $16, Students $13, Children $11
For more information, visit http://leonardodavincimuseumexhibit.com