The most curious of you will find it hard to leave. The museum occupies three buildings spread between Via San Vittore and the Olona, near to the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie. Out of the three, it's worth seeing the exterior of what once was San Vittore al Corpo monastery. But it is the inside of this complex that will take you on a journey through time. Its rooms are arranged so that as you walk, you'll journey through centuries of technological advances. From the early days of astronomy, calculus, optics, metallurgy right through until modern transport. The exhibition is so captivating that you probably won't fit it into a morning. If you're short on time, we recommend you head straight to the Leonardo Da Vinci section. Here you will find some of the most unusual inventions from the famous Italian author and scientist.
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