Events in Florence, concerts not to miss, markets and international exhibitions for a September 2023 full of news.

With the arrival of autumn, it arrives in the city many news and ideas on what to do in Florence in September and how to spend your free time according to your interests and passions. Our team has selected for you a series of events in Florence not to miss:

  • Exhibition “Yan Pei-Ming. Painter of Stories.” Palazzo Strozzi through Sept. 3;
  • “Ghiberti, Verrocchio and Giambologna – Distinguished Guests from Orsanmichele” exhibition, Bargello National Museum, through Sept. 4;
  • exhibition “Luca Giordano. Baroque Master.” Palazzo Medici Riccardi until Sept. 5;
  • “Florence Jazz Festival – Anticipation” concerts. Various locations from Sept. 05 to Sept. 10;
  • “Firenze Jazz Festival” concerts. Various locations from Sept. 12 to 17;
  • exhibition “Lucio Fontana. L’origine du monde.” Museo Novecento, through Sept. 13;
  • “Luca Giordano. Baroque master in Florence.” Palazzo Medici Riccardi, until Sept. 5;
  • “Journey into Space” exhibition. Museo Novecento, until Sept. 09;
  • “Pitti Immagine Fragranze” event. Stazione Leopolda, Sept. 15 to 17;
  • “The World in Santo Spirito” concerts. Piazza Santo Spirito until Sept. 16;
  • “Le Buchette del Vino on display” exhibition. Parte Guelfa Square No. 1 until Sept. 16;
  • “Walks in the Florence of Liberation,” reservations required until Sept. 16;
  • exhibition “Liu Bolin. Hiding in Florence.” Palazzo Vecchio, Sala d’Arme, until Sept. 18;
  • “Artigianarte – collecting in Florence” fair. Tuscany Hall Theater, Sept. 23 to 24;
  • exhibition, “Light, Gaze, Presence.” Basilica of San Miniato al Monte until Sept. 24;
  • exhibition, “Germana Marucelli (1905-1983). A visionary at the origins of Made in Italy.” Museum of Fashion and Costume – Palazzo Pitti, until Sept. 24;
  • “Summer in Limonaia” musical events and artistic performances. Villa Strozzi Park at Boschetto, until Sept. 30;
  • exhibition “Italian Hours. Historical clocks from the Del Vecchio collection.” Museo Galileo until Oct. 15;
  • “The Return of Joseph, Prince of Dreams” exhibition. Palazzo Vecchio until Nov. 29
  • exhibition “Lisetta Carmi. Playing loudly,” Villa Bardini until Oct. 8;
  • exhibition “Steve McCurry. Children,” at the Museo degli Innocenti, until Oct. 8;
  • “Inside Banksy” exhibition. Cathedral of the Image – Former Museum of Santo Stefano al Ponte, Extended until Oct. 1.
  • “With Shakespeare in Florence” tour. Porta Romana through Dec. 31;
  • exhibition “Magazines. Culture in Italy in the Early 1900s.” Uffizi, extended until Jan. 07, 2024.

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