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The museum is named after its creator, Stefano Bardini (1854-1922), the most authoritative Italian antiquarian, who, after years of intense business activity, decided to transform his collection into a museum and donate it to the Municipality of Florence. The palazzo where the museum is housed was bought and renovated by Bardini himself in 1881 so he could carry out his antique business. With some changes to the structure and the addition of some authentic architectural elements such as tympanums, portals and stairs, the antiquarian Bardini transformed the old building, once the church and convent of San Gregorio della Pace, into a charming neo-Renaissance palazzo suitable for housing not only the exhibition gallery but also a series of laboratories where the works of art were restored, ready to be sold.

Accessibility

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Access to the museum is from the entrance in Via dei Renai, 37.

The entrance for disabled visitors is at Piazza de' Mozzi no. 1. The entire museum is accessible to disabled visitors, except for the Sala d'Armi.

Address

Via dei Renai, 37 (Ponte alle Grazie)
Tel.055 2342427

Opening times

Monday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday : 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

The Ticket Office closes 30 minutes before museum closing time
Closed on New Year’s Day, Easter Sunday, 1 may, 15 august, Christmas Day

 

Tickets

Full price

euro  7,00

 

Concession

euro  5,50

age 18-25, university students

 Free of charge

 


under the age of 18
disabled  visitors and their companions
student groups and their teaching staff with proof of status
tour guides and interpreters
members of ICOM, ICOMOS and ICCROM


città di firenze
Comune di Firenze
Palazzo Vecchio, Piazza della Signoria
50122 FIRENZE
P.IVA 01307110484
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