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Museo Nazionale del Bargello

Via del Proconsolo 4, 50122, Florence, Italy
+39 055 238 8606
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Housed in the Palazzo del Podesta (1255 AD) as the residence of Florence's chief magistrate, this museum houses an unrivalled collection of Italian Renaissance sculpture..
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  • Average3%
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Hours Today: 8:15 AM - 5:00 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Via del Proconsolo 4, 50122, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed yesterday

great museum, bang in the middle of town but apparently invisible to the crowds visiting uffizi etc. Yes go see David, but don't miss this lovely museum

Thank Sylvia R
Reviewed 2 days ago

Wondering through this building I could just see the Florentines wander from room to room. It was hard to imaging the place as a prison though, The art work makes it a definite sight to see while in Florence.

Thank BruceLarson41
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A short visit as we arrived an hour before closing, but worth it to see a fascinating collection of sculpture including Donatello's David and several pieces by Michaelangelo. We went late afternoon, no queuing and relatively quiet.

Thank Tigerfeet44
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Bargello is packed with treasures - and not to be missed. The ancient stones of this former prison building could tell more than a few grim stories from the past. It was outside its walls the young Leonard sketched a hanging man, thrown from...More

Thank Patricia G
Reviewed 5 days ago

Got to door just at opening at 8:15. We were the second couple to get in ( unlike M. Academia where we paid twice entrance fee to skip the line)! There is just as much art here as at Academia although you don't get to...More

Thank Robin S
Reviewed 6 days ago

Saw some great sculpture but had no audio guide and the written stuff was sketchy. Easy to find and on a main route from the Duomo to Ponte Vecchio.

Thank briziec
Reviewed 1 week ago

Great museum of statuary and other arts. A whole of room of priceless porcelain, firearms, armor and a chapel

Thank James T
Reviewed 1 week ago

A less crowded easier to access dive into history in Florence. We were not rushed by crowds of folks taking photos, had some rooms almost to ourselves. Nice couple of hours.

Thank dwt2000
Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum was an unexpected gem. It was not crowded like the Uffizi and Accademia so we could take our time exploring and soaking in the beauty. Some important works housed here included Donatello's David and a few lesser known Michaelangelo sculptures.Brunelleschi's and Ghiberti's panels...More

Thank all4sullivan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The architecture of the Bargello is as important a character in this museum experience as the works of art it is exhibiting...and what amazing works they are. Donatello's most iconic sculpture of David is here. Two of the competition panels for the Baptistry doors by...More

Thank jillbrookoff
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AgPar65
3 March 2017|
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Response from Von1956 | Reviewed this property |
Hi In all honesty I didn't find them particularly engaging but definitely not rude. I would really recommend visiting the museum
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farfalla818
1 May 2016|
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Response from Antonio P |
True, the museum is closed the first, third and fifth Monday and also the second and fourth Sundays of the month. They do it to have a rest day a month, alternating on a Monday with a Sunday. By the way the first Sunday of... More
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