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See Leonardo’s genius when ‘The World of da Vinci’ opens at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library

Five hundred years after his death, Leonardo da Vinci’s genius continues to inspire awe and wonder.
The artist and inventor is the subject of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum ‘s “The World of da Vinci,” from Friday, May 24 through Sept. 8.
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“Over the past few years, every time we’ve asked our visitors what special exhibit they would most like us to host, and exhibit on Leonardo da Vinci ranked number one by a landslide,” John Heubusch, expective director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute, said in the press release. “We are thrilled to say that not only did we answer their requests, but we did so by putting together an exhilarating and educational exhibition which has never been seen before.”
The family-friendly exhibition features rare folios of the Codex Atlanticus and more than three dozen reconstructions of da Vinci’s extraordinary machines, including his Mechanical Lion, Flying Bicycle, Triple Machine Gun and Great Kite. It also includes the world premiere of da Vinci’s Double Continuous Organ, described in the release as “one of his most fascinating and functional inventions.”

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For a modern take on da Vinci’s work, the exhibition showcases five original Warhol paintings of the Last Supper.
The Reagan Library is at 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley. Admission, which includes the da Vinci exhibit, is $9-$25 and free to children under 2 and U.S. active military members. As large crowds are expected, pre-purchased timed-entry tickets are recommended.
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