Life at Court
Today Palazzo Vecchio is a museum, but during the Sixteenth century it was the residence of the Duke Cosimo I de Medici, his wife Eleonora de Toledo and their eleven sons. As visitors cross the museum’s rooms they will not only appreciate the beauty of the Reggia but they will imagine as well the sumptuous banquets in the Sala Grande and the bloomed terraces that seemed gardens. At the end of the guided visit you can wear a cape or an overcoat, shoes and hats of the Sixteenth century and enjoy yourself playing with some princes’ toys.
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|Mo-Tu-We-Fri h3.00pm; Sa-Su h11.30am and h3.30pm|