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The Boboli Gardens
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Enjoy a visit to The Boboli Gardens without stress. Make your on-line reservation in advance to get in, avoiding the long lines at the entrance.


8:15 to 16:30 (November - February)

8:15 to 17:30 ( March and October (without Daylight Saving Time)

8:15 to 18:30 (in April, May, September, March and October (with Daylight Saving Time)

8:15 to 19:00 (June, July, August)

On Saturdays and holidays it will be necessary to make the reservation at least one day in advance

Closed: Closed on the 1st and the last Monday of each month, New Year's Day, May 1st and Christmas Day.

Address: Piazza Pitti, 1 - Florence


Reduced prices and free tickets.

Reduced tickets: for European Union citizens aged between 18 and 25 years, Teachers of Public Institutions in the EU (Vatican City, Monaco , Switzerland, Luxembourg , Republic of San Marino, Lichtenstein).

Free tickets: for non EU citizens under 18, EU citizens under 18, You will be asked to show your ID card at the entrance for reduced and free tickets.


Disabled persons: Entrance limited to the ground floor for disabled.

Cloakroom: on the ground floor, free and compulsory for the following items: umbrellas, backpacks and large bags.

Bookshop: there are two shops, one in the yard and one at the entrance of the Gallery.

Café: located in the courtyard.


Requested time may not be available, the museum will then confirm the closest available time to the requested one on the same date.

Florence Museum Tickets is not responsible for changes or cancellations in museum programs.

A commission charge is added to the price of the ticket for the booking. An additional fee will be added for any further booking change or modification.

The Boboli Gardens, Porcelain Museum, Bardini Gardens..

The wonderful Italian garden, behind the Pitti Palace, is just an open-air museum, full of Renaissance statues and fountains. Originally designed by Niccolò Tribolo upon Cosimo I’s request, it was then completed and enlarged by Ammanati, Buontalenti and Giulio and Alfonso Parigi. Entering the park, from the patio of Bacco, you arrive at the Grotta of Buontalenti, that it’s worth a visit. Going on thru the garden charming pathways, visiting the Anfiteatro and all the other places, allow you to experience the spirit of Renaissaince and the life at court of that time.

In addition to the park, all-inclusive in the ticket price, you can visit the Porcelain Museum, has been housed since 1973 in the palace of the Knight of the century XVIII on the top of the Boboli Gardens. It gathers the collections of table porcelain all of the ruling houses that succeeded Palazzo Pitti, from the Medici to the Lorraines, including the Bourbon dynasty. Continuing the walk you can also admire the historical Bardini Garden with statues, grottoes, fountains and a beautiful view of the city.


The garden is an extraordinary open air museum, where architectures and sculptures from the classic era to contemporary art merge into a great harmony.

The most important works are:

the Amphitheatre

the Neptune Basin with the Neptune Fountain

the Statue of the Abundance by Pietro Tacca

the Knight Garden

the Ocean Fountain by Giambologna

the “Mostaccini” Fountain by Romolo del Tadda

the Island Basin

the Madama Grotto

the Buontalenti Grotto

the Statue of Morgante Dwarf

Enjoy a visit to the Boboli Gardens without stress. Make your on-line reservation in advance to get in avoiding the long lines at the entrance.

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