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Bandini Museum

The museum is named after Canon Angelo Maria Bandini (1726–1803), a scholar and art collector, and houses various medieval and Renaissance paintings, including work by Taddeo Gaddi, a Crucifixion by Lorenzo Monaco and four Triumphs (c.1480) inspired by Petrarch and executed by the School of Botticelli. There is also a collection of terracottas produced by the Della Robbias between the second half of the 15th and the first few decades of the 16th century.

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Type: Museums

Place: Via Dupré, 1, Fiesole

Price: € 5,00 (Bandini Museum only);
€ 12,00 (Archaeological Area, Archaeological Museum and Bandini Museum).

For free: No

Accessibility for the disabled: Fully accessible

Management of the museum: City museums

Phone number: +39 055 5961293

Opening times: Open only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
November-February: 10am-3pm;
March and October: 10am-6pm;
April-September: 9am-7pm.

Ticket office closes 30 minutes before closing time.

Closing days: Monday-Thursday and Christmas.

Firenze Card: Yes

Patrimonio UNESCO: No

Historic centre: No

Bookshop: Yes

Audio guide: No

Museum guidebook: No

Refreshments: Yes

Temporary exhibitions: No

Guided tours: Yes

Activities and routes for children: Yes

Booking service: No

Botanical Peculiarities: No

Historical characters: No

Ville Giardini App: No

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