I was reviewing The Best Sites Where Students Can Learn About Inventions, and thought that Leonardo Da Vinci deserved his own “The Best…” list.

So, here it is — my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About Leonardo Da Vinci:

Universal Leonardo has a bunch of great online interactive experiences students can have with Leonardo da Vinci’s drawings and experiments.

Leonardo da Vinci 1452-1519 is from the BBC.

It Flies! Da Vinci’s Dream Comes True is from NPR.


Leonardo da Vinci’s Resume is very intriguing.

Face to face with Leonardo da Vinci – an interactive guide is from The Guardian.

Here’s a Museum of Science interactive about him.


TED-Ed has a lesson with this next video:

Leonardo da Vinci’s 500th anniversary: The great master’s enduring legacy is from CNN, with an accompanying interactive timeline.

Leonardo da Vinci’s Huge Notebook Collections, the Codex Forster, Now Digitized in High-Resolution: Explore Them Online is from Open Culture.

Google Arts and Culture has  unveiled Inside A Genius Mind, a new site on Leonardo da Vinci created in cooperation with museums around the world. You can read more about it at their announcement.

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