"Da Vinci Machines" Exhibit Coupons and Deals
Head out to one of the coolest exhibits in Denver! For a limited time only, the DaVinci Machine Exhibit is on loan straight from the Museum of Leonardo da Vinci in Florence, Italy! You can see first hand the interactive models of DaVinci's Machines in 4 separate sections: war machines, flying machines, nautical and even hydraulic devices. The exhibit features over 60 handmade replicas of the artists own creations. You'll be learning about DaVinci's genius first hand instead of inside a text book. With this deal from SpotlightDenver you'll get two tickets for the price of one! This Exhibit is only open through March 31st so don't delay, buy your discount tickets today. The Details: May purchase 1 for yourself, 5 as gifts Limit one per customer per visit Purchaser must pick up tickets at Denver Pavilions prior to exhibit A Refund may only be collected within 24 hours of your purchase No refunds permitted on the day of event Entire value must be used in one visit bring your voucher to box office to redeem your ticket Discount reflects DaVinci Exhibits current ticket prices- price may differ on day of the event
Smartphones aren't the only wow-inducing gadgets around -- be dazzled by 500-year-old human ingenuity at The DaVinci Machines Exhibition at Denver Pavilions: $14 (up to a $28 value) for admission for two to The DaVinci Machines exhibition Conveniently located on 16th Street in the heart of Denver Includes replicas of major inventions, flying machines, and more Previous visitors urge you to "RUN don't walk" to this exhibit that "really knocked it out of the park"
After inventing geometry and physics, Greeks invented history—primarily as a way to document their many inventions. Take a stroll through history with this GrouponLive deal: for $14, you get two general admission tickets to the Da Vinci Machines exhibit at Denver Pavilions, open through March (up to a $28 value). On loan from the Museum of Leonardo da Vinci in Florence, Italy, the Da Vinci Machines exhibit features more than 60 interactive models based on the polymath's original 500-year-old concepts. Peruse replicas of major inventions, each of which was handcrafted by three generations of Florentine artisans. Check out the air ...