• Save 50%—"Discover the DaVinci in You"
• Exhibits on loan from the Museum of Leonardo DaVinci in Florence, Italy
• Designs and replicas of inventions by the world's original "Renaissance Man"
• 60 fascinating interactive machine models
• PROMOTION EXPIRES November 30, 2012
Spend a special day exploring the DaVinci exhibition with this thrifty deal—two tickets for the price of one (a $28 value for only $14). Learn more about the legendary painter of the Mona Lisa. He had an inventive mind that produced extraordinary inventions centuries ahead of their time. See the precursor to the helicopter, with drawings and models of the bicycle, spring powered car and DaVinci's version of the hang glider. The displays are grouped by themes, war machines, flying, nautical and hydraulic machines, demonstrated by interactive models of recognizable inventions sure to make an impression on young and old alike.
The DaVinci Machines Exhibition is on loan for a limited time only and is housed in the16th Street Mall, Denver Pavilions. The display is closed to the public on Monday for private events, but can be viewed on Tuesday-Thursday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; on Friday-Saturday from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. The models are accompanied by explanatory notes and illustrations, or you can join an hourly docent-guided tour on Saturday or Sunday.
50% off admission to interactive DaVinci Machines Exhibition in Denver
- Limit four per person, may purchase four as gifts. Available during normal exhibition hours. Gratuity should be based on price of original bill. Merchant must abide by state gift certificate laws. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. No cash value. No cash back. Voucher valid 24 hours after purchase.
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Leonardo DaVinci was a very successful man and lead his life as a painter, sculptor, mathematician, inventor, cartographer, scientist, musician and philosopher.