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$23 to See “Da Vinci – The Genius” Exhibit with a Greenscreen Photo Souvenir at The Venetian Las Vegas (Up to $47 Value)

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Traveling exhibition celebrates Leonardo da Vinci’s multifarious legacy with artisan-built machines, 3-D animations, and his journals

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Expires Dec 19th, 2012. Limit 10 per person. Redeem starting 11/7 for a ticket at venue box office. Must show valid ID matching name on Groupon at The Venetian. Must provide first and last name at checkout, which Groupon will provide to facilitate redemption of voucher. Refundable only on day of purchase. Discount reflects Venetian Casino Resort LLC's current ticket prices-price may differ on day of the event. Not valid 11/22-11/25. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Centuries before they were possible, Leonardo da Vinci designed the helicopter and the bicycle using only mathematics and pieces of his father's Mercedes. Explore your inventive side with this GrouponLive deal: for $23, you get a general-admission package to see Da Vinci – The Genius at The Venetian Las Vegas (up to a $47 value). The admission package includes:

  • One exhibit admission (up to a $27 value)
  • One greenscreen souvenir photograph (multiple backdrops available) (a $20 value)
  • 20% off entire purchase at the Leonardo da Vinci gift shop

The very definition of a Renaissance man, Leonardo da Vinci mastered a seemingly inexhaustible range of disciplines within his lifetime. Da Vinci – The Genius honors the legend’s self-taught brilliance and slapstick sense of humor with exhibits that explore his multifarious legacies in the fields of art, science, music, and philosophy. Visitors can stroll through a mechanical forest of inventions based on drawings in da Vinci’s codices and constructed by modern-day Italian artisans, and marvel at early concept designs for the car, bicycle, and helicopter.

A 3-D animation of The Last Supper examines the disciples’ enigmatic facial expressions, and the Secrets of Mona Lisa display highlights the discoveries of French engineer Pascal Cotte during his sojourn with the lady at the Louvre. Facsimiles of da Vinci’s journals and codices—from which most of the exhibition’s materials are gathered—are presented in paper and digitized forms, many encoded in the artist’s mysterious writing technique that many believe he created when still in school to safely pass notes to his girlfriend. Vincian experts and museum curators each lend more than 25 years of experience to the written explanations that accompany each display. Before heading home, visitors can smile enigmatically in front of a greenscreen and integrate themselves into the Mona Lisa or The Last Supper.


91% of 99 customers recommend

  • “We saw the original Da Vinci Exhibition when it was here at the Venetian and at that time it was all about his paintings/artwork. This exhibit is smaller and is...”

    “We saw the original Da Vinci Exhibition when it was here at the Venetian and at that time it was all about his paintings/artwork. This exhibit is smaller and is divided up into his artwork and also his numerous inventions, many of which are 'hands-on' recreations. I was hoping for a larger exhibit but for myself and a friend and two very interested Korean teenagers it was simply WONDERFUL. They liked it so much that we went through twice!”

  • “Call ahead for info if the exhibit is closed for private parties.”

  • “Was an interesting display of accomplishments from an ambitious man interested in everything!”

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