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The 18th century. A selection

The 18th Century. A selection is the title of the new exhibition that takes place in these months in the Room of the Niches at Pitti Palace.

Published: 16/2/2018


Zeffirelli Center for the Performing Arts

The San Firenze complex, once the city’s main courthouse, now has a new function as the home of the prestigious Centro Franco Zeffirelli, which plays multiple roles as the foundation’s office, school, museum and exhibition venue.

Published: 27/9/2017


Gucci Garden Galleria, between past and present

Just launched in Florence is Gucci Garden: a multifunctional space hosting both Gucci Garden Galleria, the exhibit area telling the history of the brand, and the restaurant Gucci Osteria with a menu signed by the three-Michelin-star chef Massimo Bottura and lastly the boutique, set up with one-of-a-kind items in a kaleidoscope of colours.

Published: 24/1/2018


An artist's home

The studio-home of sculptor Sauro Cavallini, who died during summer 2016, will be open for visits. Situated on the hill of Fiesole amid olive groves and ancient trees, over 300 sculptures remain to tell the story of Cavallini’s artistic parabola.

Published: 18/1/2017


New ticket prices in Florence museums from March 1st

Starting from March 1st 2018 the ticket price for some of the most visited Florentine museums will change: the Gallerie degli Uffizi and the Opera del Duomo complex.

Published: 16/1/2018


Museo degli Innocenti reopened

One of the oldest European institutions of assistance to children has reopened its doors after a long period of refurbishment begun in 2010, with its splendid museum that has been completely restored.

Published: 20/6/2016


The Cascine Park

The Cascine Park is the largest urban park in Europe and it's also the largest public park in the city (about 160 hectares). Its green area runs along the Arno from the "Ponte della Vittoria" Bridge to the "Ponte all'Indiano" bridge with a total length of approximately 3.5 kilometers.

Published: 30/10/2017


Tales of a whale

New permanent exhibition at the Museum of Natural History of the University of Florence, Palaeontology section: it tells the Stories of a whale.

Published: 10/5/2016