With Firenze Card access to museums and gardens of Florence for 72 hours

The Firenze Card is a card that lasts 72 hours from the first activation and allows access only once to each of the museums, villas and historical gardens of Florence participating in the circuit. With the card at a cost of € 85.00 you can also visit the permanent collections, exhibitions and all other activities held in these museums without queuing and without making a reservation.

There is also a second card, the Firenzecard+ (€ 7,00), whose purchase is bound to the purchase of the FirenzeCard. It is a ATAF ticket with the graphics Firenzecard that includes:

– use of the city’s public transports (Ataf & Line bus and tramway) for 3 days, until 24:00 of the third day, for the owner and the and children belonging to his family members of the European Union;
– free access to the Florence Wi-Fi network for 3 days;
– 1 exclusive museums Guide;
– 1 bag Firenzecard+ customized;
– offerings targeted at our partners.

The Firenze Card and the museums of the circuit

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Here is the list of the museums which can be visited: Museum of Palazzo Vecchio, Museum Stefano Bardini, Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi, Museum Horne, Museum Marino Marini, Museum Stibbert, Santa Maria Novella, Brancacci Chapel, Fondazione Salvatore Romano, Medici Chapels, Uffizi Gallery, Galleria dell’Accademia, Palatine Gallery and Monumentals apartment, Gallery of modern art, Museum Boboli Garden, Silver Museum, porcelain Museum, Costume Gallery, National Archeological Museum, Museo dell’Opificio delle Pietre Dure, Museum of Palazzo Davanzati, Museum of San Marco, Museo Nazionale del Bargello, Cenacolo Andrea del Sarto, Cenacolo del Ghirlandaio, Cenacolo del Fuligno, Cenacolo di Sant’Apollonia, Cloister of the Scalzo, Monumental complex Orsanmichele, Medici Villa of Cerreto Guidi and Historical Museum of hunting and territory, Medici Villa of Petraia, Garden of the Medici Villa di Castello, Museum of Casa Martelli, Collection Contini Bonacossi, Medici Villa of Poggio a Caiano, Villa Corsini a Castello, Sinagoga and Jewish Museum, Florentine Museum and Institute of Prehistory Paolo Graziosi, Museum of Bigallo, Brunelleschi’s Dome, Baptistery of San Giovanni, Giotto’s Bell Tower, Museum of Natural History, Mineralogy and Lithology Section, Museum Galileo, Museum Bandini di Fiesole, Area and Archaeological Museum of Fiesole, Museum of Natural History, Anthropology and Ethnology Section, Museum of Natural History, Geology and Paleontology Section, Museum of Natural History, Zoology Section ‘La Specola’, Museum of Natural History, Botanical Garden, Museo dell’Opera di Santa Maria del Fiore, Science and Technology Foundation, Basilica di Santa Croce, Casa Buonarroti, Museo Casa di Dante, Football Museum and the Tower of Palazzo Vecchio.

In accordance with the provisions implemented for the containment of the diffusion from COVID-19, the museum offer and the same methods of access to museums with Firenzecard have suffered variations following the measures adopted by individual museums. Consult the museums list on the Firenzecard website >

that can be visited with the card.

The advantages of Firenze Card

The Firenze Card also gives you free entrance into museums for EU citizens under 18 years belonging to the same family of the Firenze Card owner. For more information please contact us at: info@hotelbrunelleschi.it.

Enjoy the city with Firenze Card!

pattern Brunelleschi Hotel

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