The Leonardo Interactive Museum® has its historical and unique location in Florence Via dei Servi, 66/r.

In order not to miss the museum, since 50 metres before our entrance they have recently opened a ‘Da Vinci Museum’ which they have also called the ‘Leonardo da Vinci Museum’ (but it is not our entrance), follow the directions in the photos on this page.

From Duomo square

It takes 2 minutes on foot along Via dei Servi for 150 meters.


50 meters before our entrance, on the right at the intersection between Via dei Servi and Via del Castellaccio, a vertical banner has recently been installed, with the words “Da Vinci Museum” with two white directional arrows inviting you to turn right.


The Leonardo Interactive Museum® is located 50 meters ahead (CONTINUE STRAIGHT), in Via dei Servi,66/r.

To come to us, follow the instructions contained in the photos.
It is not the entrance to the Leonardo Interactive Museum ® and therefore, coming from the Duomo and along Via de Servi, at the crossroads with Via del Castellaccio, DO NOT follow the arrows that invite you to turn right but go straight along Via dei Servi for another 50 meters!
Then continue along Via dei Servi for another 50 meters towards Piazza Santissima Annunziata
This is our only entrance, in Via de Servi, 66/r next to the Bartolini shop

From the Train Station SMN

We are a 14-minute walk along Via Panzani and Via dei Cerretani.

You arrive in Duomo Square and following the instructions given above you can reach us.

By car

The Leonardo Interactive Museum® is located inside the ZTL of Florence.

There is therefore a strict access regulation, periodically updated by the Municipality of Florence.

It is recommended that you acquire information before entering the area.

By bus

Many public buses stop near the museum entrance.

Lines 6, 14, 23, 31 and 32 stop at Santissima Annunziata.

Lines 1, 6, 7, 10, 11, 17, 20, 25 and 52 stop in Piazza San Marco.


Line 1 (Florence SMN – Scandicci), Line 2 (Florence SMN – Peretola Airport) and Line 3 (Florence SMN – Careggi) are currently in operation in Florence.

The closest stop to get to the museum is Firenze SMN (Train Station).