On Saturday, June 9, Frost Science is debuting Da Vinci – Inventions, a new exhibition presented by Bank of America that brings Leonardo da Vinci’s work as an artist, engineer and inventor to life through faithfully crafted life-size replicas of inventions from his personal notebooks. You’ll have the chance to interact with his vision of a submarine, car, helicopter and military tank while discovering the stories behind works such as “The Last Supper” and the famous “Vitruvian Man.”
While you’re there, don’t forget to check out their largest special exhibition to date, The Power of Poison: From the Depths of the Sea to Your Own Backyard. And in the North Wing, keep your eyes peeled for Opulent Oceans: Extraordinary Scientific Illustrations, which features stunning large-format reproductions from the American Museum of Natural History Library’s Rare Book collection of the ocean’s most intriguing residents.
You asked, and they listened. This summer, they’re staying open until 6:00 p.m. every day through Labor Day. They’ve also added an extra planetarium show to our line-up. Take advantage of the extra time to extend your visit!