Several weeks ago, Piano Man’s classmates mentioned that they visited a DaVinci exhibit in Limassol. The children were sharing about their experiences during presentation time, and Piano Man hinted at going.
We made our way down to Limassol a couple weekends ago and had to see for ourselves.
At first, we thought it was a look only exhibit because we noticed that the first three or so designs had a do not touch sign.
However, Piano Man, as an inquisitive little Kindergartner, started to turn a few handles, we weren’t sure if we were allowed to touch some of the designs. After getting approval from those working at the front desk, Piano Man quickly noticed all the designs that he was able to touch, turn, and move.
What a joy for a little boy!
Linus quickly wanted to get out and try some of the machines too!
The exhibit ends in February, so hurry! If you are in Cyprus, you can still make it out to see these replicated designs!
You can even take a picture of yourself here!
After taking a snack break from the DaVinci exhibit, we walked right next door to see Limassol castle. We walked up several flights of stairs, saw some canons up close and personal, and took in a view at the top of the castle. The view from the top is probably a family favorite. We enjoy seeing the view of Limassol in 360-degree view.