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No lines to visit the Boboli Gardens, Bardini Gardens and the Porcelain Museum with the best view of Florence! The Boboli Garden is one of the largest and finest gardens in Italy.


It extends over Boboli Hill, from Palazzo Pitti to Forte Belvedere.


At its top, it's located the Porcelain Museum, with a spectacular view of Florence.


The Bardini Garden has an amazing view over Florence: 4 hectares of parkland between the left bank of the River Arno, the hill of Montecuccoli and the medieval walls

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Duration: 2:00 hours
Wheelchairs accessible
For families
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The best view of Florence from its best historical gardens


Priority Entry | Visit duration: approx. 2 hours | Barrier-free access | Flash photography


Experience Renaissance court life in one of the largest 16th-century Italian gardens, behind the royal Pitti Palace. The Boboli Gardens are an open-air museum where monumental fountains and grottos merge harmoniously with the surrounding nature. This ticket also allows entrance to several museums located inside or near the park, like the Porcelain Museum with grand ducal potteries, and to the Bardini Gardens, a 4-hectare sculpture park renowned for its breathtaking panoramic views over Florence.


Boboli Gardens opening hours

Monday – Sunday

8:15 am – 4:30 pm (January, February, November, December)

8:15 am – 5:30 pm (March)

8:15 am – 6:30 pm (April, May, September, October)

8:15 am – 7:00 pm (August)

Entry to Boboli Gardens is by timed slots every 15 minutes.


Boboli Gardens ticket prices and reductions

This is a combined ticket valid for Boboli Gardens, Porcelain Museum, Costume and Fashion Museum, Treasury of the Gran Dukes Museum, and Bardini Gardens. 


Please select day and time of visit, number of people, and type of tickets to see ticket prices for a specific date.

Time and/or date of tickets can be changed after booking upon payment of a set Modification fee.

IMPORTANT: Booked tickets are strictly NON-REFUNDABLE.

Modification fee: € 8.00 per ticket.


Online reservation is limited to groups up to 10 people maximum. For groups of more than 10 people please contact booking@mtritaly.com.


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Behind the Pitti Palace, the astonishing Boboli Garden stretches over the hill creating a real open-air museum. Commissioned by the Medici family, it became the prototype of  the Italian-style garden for many European courts. Its huge green expanse is scattered with plenty of ancient and modern statues, monumental fountains and grottos like the fabulous one by the celebrated artist Bernardo Buontalenti. Its fascinating pathways allow to catch the atmosphere of court life while walking amidst natural wonders which renews itself endlessly. 


There are 4 entrances to the Garden: the central door of Pitti Palace, Annalena (Via Romana 37/A), Porta Romana and Forte Belvedere. Since February 2016 the entrance from Annalena has been closed during the free openings of the first Sunday of each month.


The Porcelain Museum was arranged in the 18th-century building called “Palazzina del Cavaliere”, in a captivating position on top of the Boboli hill, and originally conceived by the Medici family as a place for amusement and pleasure, and where the Accademici del Cimento (members of the scientific “Cimento” Academy) used to meet. It gathers beautiful European porcelains purchased by Habsburg-Lorraine Grand Dukes, along with collections brought by the Savoy Kings from their residences in Parma, Piacenza and Sala Baganza. Moreover, it is noteworthy to admire the remarkable amount of porcelains produced by the renowned Doccia Manufacture, set up by Marquis Carlo Ginori in 1737 and usually known as Richard Ginori after its fusion with the Richard Manufacture from Milan at the end of the 19th century. 

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