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New Da Vinci Exhibition Opens at Carnegie Science Center

Exhibits explore the mind of Renaissance Master.

This weekend, you have a chance to explore the art and genius of the Renaissance master Leonardo Da Vinci--and you won't have to fly to Europe!

"Da Vinci: The Exhibition" opens tomorrow at the Carnegie Science Center. The new exhibition features more than 20 pieces of art, 60 life-size inventions, hands-on exhibits for kids and adults, and "stunning displays" of the Renaissance man's "discoveries in art, engineering, flight, hydraulics, music, light, and more."

The exhibition is located in the PPG Science Pavilion. You can buy tickets to the exhibition or to the entire Science Center here. Senior and Student discounts are available. The exhibition runs until Labor Day Weekend.

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