Get close to iconic inventions
If you haven’t visited Cossack and experienced the genius of Leonardo da Vinci, now is the time.
The fantastic Da Vinci Machines Exhibition is in full swing, with just two weekends left to explore the workings of the inventor’s most iconic work.
More than 60 machines make up the exhibition, many of which allow visitors to get up close and try them.
All inventions are accompanied by description panels explaining the concepts behind the works and a bit of the piece’s history.
Digital prints of some of da Vinci’s most famous artworks are also on display, including The Last Supper and Mona Lisa. The exhibit is open from 10am to 3pm every Friday, Saturday and Sunday until October 25 and entry costs $7.50 a person.
To find out more visit www.karratha.wa.gov.au/ davincimachines or contact the City of Karratha events team on 9186 8666.
The exhibition is presented by the City of Karratha and Rio Tinto with support from official drive partner, SEW Eurodrive. The exhibition is created by the Artisans of Florence — International in collaboration with the Niccolai Group (Firenze) and the Museum of Leonardo da Vinci.
The Da Vinci Machines Exhibition is in full swing.