The Cathedral Museum of Florence

It is easily ascertainable that Florence is chiefly a culture tourism destination, which is why all advised visitors should expect to find, besides historic edifices and religious establishments, a consistent... The Cathedral Museum of Florence

Bargello National Museum

Located in the monumental Palazzo Bargello, the Bargello National Museum (Museo Nazionale del Bargello) is a rightful pride of Florence, given the establishment clusters one of the largest and most... Bargello National Museum

Uffizi Palace and Art Gallery

Florence is home to yet another top art gallery, namely, the Uffizi Palace and Gallery (Galleria degli Uffizi and Palazzo degli Uffizi), and it is no overstatement to say this... Uffizi Palace and Art Gallery

Florence Academy of Fine Arts

Another noteworthy establishment in terms of art collections refers to the Academy of Fine Arts (Accademia di Belle Arti Firenze, or, briefly, Galleria dell’Accademia). The history of the respective edifice... Florence Academy of Fine Arts

Marino Marini Museum

The Marino Marini Museum (Museo Marino Marini), opened in 1988 as a structure superimposed on the former establishment of a church (the Church of San Pancrazio) which, for that matter,... Marino Marini Museum

Bardini Museum

The Bardini Museum (Museo Bardini) was handed down to Florence in 1923 by Stefano Bardini, a reputed art collector who managed to amass a reasonably consistent amount of works of... Bardini Museum

Instituto degli Innocenti

Instituto degli Innocenti, otherwise referred to as Spedale degli Innocenti (Institute/Hospital of the Innocents) is highly significant for the architectural trajectory of Florence since it marks the beginning of the... Instituto degli Innocenti

Church of San Marco

Built in 1299 by the Silvestrines, the Church of San Marco has been restored upon the decision of Cosimo de Medici who commissioned Michelozzo to handle the project during the... Church of San Marco

Museum of Santa Croce

The Museum of Santa Croce (Museo dell’Opera di Santa Croce) pertains to the homonymous monastery and church, and it is located in the former refectory of the monastery, filling, at... Museum of Santa Croce

Michelangelo House

Michelangelo House (Casa Buonarroti) stands out as homage to this invaluable Renaissance artist, but also as a reminder of the history of the entire Buonarroti family. Despite the fact Michelangelo... Michelangelo House

Casa Siviero

Casa Siviero (Museo Casa Rodolfo Siviero) complements the picture of art-related establishments by its impressive collection of works amassed by Rodolfo Siviero, a scholar in arts and passionate collector. The... Casa Siviero

Dante Museum

Museo Casa di Dante (Dante Museum or House of Dante) is, as some tend to believe, one of the most successful tourist objectives in Florence. Born in the capital of... Dante Museum

The History Museum

The History Museum (Museo Storico Topografico Firenze Com’era) displays, in brief, the history of Florence as from the 15th century, covering the topics of everyday life of Florentines and of... The History Museum

Museo Zoologico La Specola

The Zoological Museum (locally referred to as Museo Zoologico La Specola) covers an entirely different topic, as the name suggests, and it is worth visiting, if not for anything else,... Museo Zoologico La Specola

Science History Museum

In terms of scientific topics, the Museum of the History of Science (Palazzo Castellani con Museo di Storia della Scienza or Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza) is, perhaps,... Science History Museum

National Archeological Museum

The National Archeological Museum (Museo Archeologico) is an extremely valuable presence in Florence, displaying a one of a kind collection of findings dating back as early as the Antiquity, artifacts... National Archeological Museum

Ferragamo Museum

Fashion enthusiasts, on the other hand, might want to visit the Ferragamo Museum (Museo Salvatire Ferragamo) in view of extending their insight into the creational trajectory of this major shoe... Ferragamo Museum

Horne Museum

Though not an art museum or gallery proper, the Horne Museum (Museo della Fondazione Horne, or, briefly, Museo Horne) manages to make its way through in the world of Florentine... Horne Museum

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