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Amazing place if you love china. My husband ran through the museum but I could have spent more time. You get free admission with entrance to the Boboli Gardens- just head to the top of the hill above the gardens and take a quick peak!
While in the beautiful Boboli Gardens, definitely stop in the Porcelain Museum at the top. Great views right outside.
This is a small place, I could see it getting very crowded during high season. No wasted space - lots of beautiful porcelain, well organized and...More
A terrific settlement, up to the Boboli Garden, with a small, smart collection from the latest Medici to the Savoia, kings of Italy, who lives here in Florence during its time as Capital (1865-1871), passing throught the Napoleon period.
Just to have a look, in...More
this museum is worth visiting as it's a lovely setting within the Bobili gardens and is not very big so you don't get overwhelmed. Not sure if access is via a Pritti Palace or Bobili Garden entrance -- we went in with Firenze cards but...More
This is a small museum at the top of the Boboli Gardens. There is quite a collection of beautiful porcelain. It is bit of a walk up the hill from the Pitti Palace through the gardens but it is worth it alone just for the...More
The exhibition isn't big, 3 rooms, one large 2 small. A lot of the same, but a few highlights indeed, especially some Greek mythology items and decorative little sculptures.
Only available in combination with other 4 location, which makes sense.
This museum is part of the Boboli Gardens in the Pitti Palace. Its a bit of a hike up a hill to get to the museum but it is worth it for the views at the top alone. The museum itself is quite small but...More
The Boboli Gardens close at 3:30. Read the FINE print on the outside sign at the ticket window when you purchase tickets. The closing time is NOT posted anywhere else. Not given any pamphlet or maps, & poorly marked as to which floor, it was...More
Ok, so the porcelain museum is not the largest Museum in the world but contains some fine porcelain figures. Its also a welcome break whilst wandering around the Boboli gardens. The views from the museum are also fab. Lastly you can always play the find...More
Pitti is a neighborhood characterized by art and history. Renaissance architecture such as Pitti Palace, which houses five museums alone, introduces visitors to the green lungs of spectacular Boboli Gardens. Any visitor can wander through statues, fountains, and panoramic viewpoints. Around the garden, treasures like the Museum of Natural History of the Specola and Villa Bardini guide guests through
Florence as the cradle of the Renaissance. End the day with an aperitif in Piazza della Passera or the more romantic Forte di Belvedere, which offers an amazing panoramic view of the entire city.