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Galileo Galilei Science Museum

from 39.00

Previously known as the Institute and Museum for the History of Science, since 2010 this historic location in Florence has been dedicated to Galileo, housing the scientific and mathematic instruments that have helped some of the greatest minds in history gain an understanding of the world around us.

Highlights of the private Galileo Galilei Science Museum Tour include:

  • See the instruments that aided Galileo with his fascinating and once heretical findings, including the world being round and the Earth orbiting around the sun
  • Learn about the strange and the marvellous instruments developed by some of the world’s greatest minds
  • Witness the birth of amazing discoveries in the fields of astronomy, science and physics – discoveries which formed the basis of many of today’s most useful technologies
  • Hear captivating stories behind the creation of these wondrous tools, used as party tricks to amaze spectators with ‘magic’ and illusions based on burgeoning scientific knowledge
  • See beautifully hand-made scientific objects that used to belong to the Medici and Lorraine families, including early astrolabes, calculators, thermometers, and even some strange surgical instruments
  • Gaze upon original telescopes used by Galileo in 1609 to find Jupiter’s satellites
  • Learn about his outstanding contributions to human knowledge that led to his being known as the Father of Astronomy, of Science, and Physics

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The Galileo Galilei Science Museum

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  • See the instruments that aided Galileo with his fascinating and once heretical findings, including the world being round and the Earth orbiting around the sun
  • Learn about the strange and the marvellous instruments developed by some of the world’s greatest minds
  • Witness the birth of amazing discoveries in the fields of astronomy, science and physics – discoveries which formed the basis of many of today’s most useful technologies
  • Hear captivating stories behind the creation of these wondrous tools, used as party tricks to amaze spectators with ‘magic’ and illusions based on burgeoning scientific knowledge
  • See beautifully hand-made scientific objects that used to belong to the Medici and Lorraine families, including early astrolabes, calculators, thermometers, and even some strange surgical instruments
  • Gaze upon original telescopes used by Galileo in 1609 to find Jupiter’s satellites
  • Learn about his outstanding contributions to human knowledge that led to his being known as the Father of Astronomy, of Science, and Physics
Not included: Tips
Start Location: Florence
End Location: Florence
Dress Code: Casual and comfortable
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Great for teen agers and students

  • From One to Two persons 286.00 € from 143.00 €
    per person
  • From Three to Four persons 319.00 € from 79.75 €
    per person
  • From Five to Six persons 352.00 € from 58.67 €
    per person
  • From Seven to Eight persons 385.00 € from 48.13 €
    per person
  • From Nine to Ten persons 418.00 € from 41.80 €
    per person
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