The Da Vinci Experience

Vancouver will soon have the exclusive opportunity to walk through the life and studio of Leonardo Da Vinci in an immersive experience like no other. Arriving this June, The Da Vinci Experience is a visual and sensory celebration of the life and work of the renowned artist, inventor, engineer and innovator.

The Da Vinci Experience

Curated by Dr. Roberta Barsanti, Director of the Museo Leonardiano in Vinci, Italy, the exhibit offers viewers a video-mapping narrative focused on the life and the works of Leonardo.

The Da Vinci Experience

The Da Vinci Experience is much more than a visual walk-through – it’s a sensory journey, complete with replicas of the unique inventions and machines Da Vinci created, reproduced based on the artist’s original drawings.

The Da Vinci Experience

You’ll get to walk through a 4,000-square-foot Immersive Experience room with 360 degree projections that show the incredible detail and expertise of Da Vinci’s original works, plus a virtual reality experience inside his studio.

The Da Vinci Experience will be staged at Tsawwassen Mills Mall, 5000 Canoe Pass Way in Delta. Advance tickets, specially priced at $19.99 (plus tax and fees) may be purchased HERE.

The Da Vinci Experience

Before You Arrive

– The visit will take around 55 to 60 minutes. Due to COVID restrictions, this is a timed-entry event (every 30 minutes) and masks are mandatory. Plan on arriving within 10 minutes of the time stated on your ticket.

– If you arrive late, your ticket will still be valid, but you may be required to wait until there is space in another time slot.

– Flash photography, alcohol (and anything that may disturb other patrons) is prohibited.

– Restrooms are available in the mall within easy walking distance and parking is free. Enter the building at Entrance #3, Restaurant Row.

– If you need to reschedule, the organizers may be able to help reschedule or exchange your ticket for another date, time or ticket type that has not already sold out (fees may apply).

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