8.15 – 16.15 (November February)
8.15 – 17.15 (March)
8.15 – 18.15 (April, May, September and October)
8.15 – 17.15 (in the month of October when Daylight Saving Time ends)
8.15 – 18.30 (June August)
Entry is permitted up to an hour before closing time.
Closed on the 1st and the last Monday of each month, New Year's Day, May 1st and Christmas Day.
For the Sacred Splendour exhibition (06-09-2014, 11-02-2014)
the ticket prices will be € 10,00 (full price) and € 5,00 (reduced price)
Firenze Musei, Tel: 055 294883
Booking charge: € 3,00
The Porcelain Museum houses the most beautiful porcelain of Europe, bought by Pietro Leopoldo and Ferdinand III: this collection was enriched by the arrival of other porcelain from the historical palaces of Parma, Piacenza and Sala Baganza which, from 1860, had been “sacked” to furnish the Royal Apartments of the Savoia Family in the Pitti Palace in Florence.
The Museum is located in the 18th century building called the Palazzina del Cavaliere at the top of the
Boboli Gardens. In this pavilion of delights, the Accademici del Cimento gathered and Gian Gastone de Medici took French lessons.
"The Porcelain Museum" fa parte del Polo Museale Fiorentino
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