Activities
Museo Stefano Bardini

Opening Hours & Tickets

The museum takes its name from its creator Stefano Bardini (1836-1922), amongst the most prominent Italian antiquarians, that after being a merchant for several years, decided to turn his private collection into a museum and to donate it to the Municipality of Florence.

Due to Government regulations (D.L.N. 105, 23 luglio 2021), from August 6th the "Green pass" (Covid health certificate) is mandatory to visit the Florentine Civic Museums.
Refunds are not available for people who cannot access because they do not have the certificate.

Opening times
May - September
MON 11.00am - 5.00pm
TUE Closed
WED Closed
THU Closed
FRI 11.00am - 5.00pm
SAT 11.00am - 5.00pm
SUN 11.00am - 5.00pm
Opening times
February
MON Closed
TUE Closed
WED Closed
THU Closed
FRI Closed
SAT Closed
SUN Closed

Closed on New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, 1 may, 15 august, Christmas Day.
The Ticket Office close 60 minutes before museum closing time.

Tickets

€ 7,00

Full price

€ 5,50

Reduced price, age 18-25, university students

€ 0,00

Free of charge (under the age of 18; disabled visitors and their companions; students groups and their teaching staff; tour guides and interpreters; members of ICOM, ICOMOS and ICCROM)

€ 5,00

Guided tours and activities

€ 2,50

Guided tours and activities for residents of the Florence metropolitan area

Due to Government regulations (D.L.N. 105, 23 luglio 2021), from August 6th the "Green pass" (Covid health certificate) is mandatory to visit the Florentine Civic Museums.
Refunds are not available for people who cannot access because they do not have the certificate.
10+
AGE
Guided tour the Bardini Museum
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