DaVinci X Exhibition – $8.00 Special Through Oct. 10 / Get $25 Lucky Strike Spare Bucks

$8.00 Special through Oct. 10th

and received

$25.00 Lucky Strike Bowling Bucks

Lucky Strike $25 Spare Bucks at Denver Pavilions

Exhibit is on the 2nd Floor of the Denver Pavilions – Suite 268

Teachers Reserve you school groups now.

Call 303-534-0116

or email us at info@discoverdavinci.com

Take Escalator to 2nd Floor Next to Henry’s Tavern at 16th and Welton

Check Mall Directories As Well

Denver Pavilions Map


Attention:  The DaVinci X Exhibit will be closed Oct. 11th thru Oct. 15th for Performance in Vallejo, CA.

Monday Closed for Groups and Private Events
Tuesday thru Saturday – 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday – 12 Noon till 5:00 pm
Guided Tour Times – (Subject to Docent Availability)
1:00 pm Weekdays / 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm Weekends

Special Parking Rate at the Denver Pavilions – $7.00 on Saturday and Sunday

Park Monday thru Friday after 5:00 pm $7.00

Ticket Prices – Adults – $12.00
Seniors – Military – Teachers – Students – $10.00
Children – $8.00 (5 to 10 Years)
Family Pack – 5 for $35.00 (2 Adults and 3 Children)
Teachers Book Your School Groups Now!
School Groups $6.00 each – 20 or more

Presented by

Colorado School of Mines

Register for 3D Printing Classes !

Free Audio Tour – Click icon Below – Please use Earbuds

Check this website and Facebook page for special events that may effect the hours of the exhibition.

DaVinci X – The Machines and You

At the Denver Pavilions

500 16th Street – Suite 268

Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-534-0116

email: info@discoverdavinci.com

Before or After Your Visit for Drinks or Dinner we recommend



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The DaVinci Machines Exhibition displaying hand-crafted inventions built from Leonardo’s 500 year old designs brought to life the creations by the brilliant scientist, inventor and artist Leonardo Da Vinci as well as his Masterpieces digitally remastered for an up close and personal look at the greatest genius of all time.  The Magnificent Machines on display, many of which are interactive, features replicas of the major and most striking inventions of the original Renaissance Man. The main features on display include the “bicycle”, “spring powered car”, “hang glider” and the “air screw”, a precursor to the helicopter and for the first time ever, the secrets behind Leonardo’s legendary robotic lion.  This exhibition presents models grouped in themes: War machines, Flying machines, Nautical & Hydraulic machines, as well as devices illustrating the Principles of Mechanics. The interactive machines are a popular aspect of each exhibition as visitors can touch and handle these models to gain a firsthand appreciation of how they work. Explanatory notes and illustrative panels with Leonardo’s drawings accompany each model.


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