Hours and Tickets

Villa and Exhibit

Opening hours

From November 7, 2023 to February 11, 2024, Villa Bardini hosts the exhibition Olivo Barbieri. Pensieri diversi

Villa Bardini is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 10:00 am to 7:30 pm. Last admission is at 6:30 pm.
On December 31st, the exhibition will close at 4:00 PM, last entry at 3:00 PM

The Annigoni Museum is temporarily closed for new installations.


Full Price: € 10,00

Reduced: € 5,00  Groups of more than 10 people, EU citizens aged 18 to 24, Members of the Touring Club Italiano, Members of the Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI), Employees of Toscana Aeroporti, Members of Unicoop, Members of the San Giovanni Battista association, Members of the FIAF (Italian Photographic Association), owners of the card of the European University Institute and Holders of a full ticket to the Boboli-Bardini Gardens.

Free entry Children up to 17 years old, people with disabilities and their companions, journalists, tour guides, holders of the Firenze Card, school classes including two teachers only if they have a reservation at the call center 055/29.89.816 of Firenze Musei.


Opening hours

We are open every day
from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm.
Entrance to the garden is allowed until 3.00 pm.
Closed on the first and last Monday of every month.
Entrance is allowed by Via dei Bardi 1 rosso and Costa San Giorgio 2

If you need more information please contact us at our ticket offices:
055 294883


Tel. +39 055 294883
Mon – Fri, 8.30 – 18.30
Saturday and sunday, 9 – 18


The Entrance Ticket is valid for one day and is included in the ticket for Boboli GardenIt can vary in accordance with the temporary exhibits that are present during the year at those museums.

Group entry: maximum of 28 people, including guides.

Full€ 7,00

Reduced€ 3,00   for persons between the ages of 18 and 24.

Free Entry for:

Visitors under 18 years old with identification, disabled individuals, journalists, only Italian teachers on fixed-term and permanent contracts, Italian students or Erasmus program participants studying Architecture, Cultural Heritage Conservation, Fine Arts Academy, Education Sciences, and Humanities with Archaeological or Artistic Historical specialization, Italians residing abroad with AIRE certification.
Free access for school groups is subject to reservation, which can be made by calling the following number: 055 294883.

Please note that access to ONLY the Bardini Garden is free without the need for reservation for residents of the Metropolitan City of Florence, the municipality of Arezzo and province, and the municipality of Grosseto and province, upon presenting an identification document proving this requirement.

Free admission for all on the first Sunday of every month.


The sale of tickets ends one hour before closing time.

How to reach us

Villa Bardini’s main entrance is located on Costa San Giorgio 2.
» See the map

Arriving by car:
It is advisable to set GPS Navigation systems for Forte Belvedere where, a few steps from the Villa, free parking is available to our visitors. There, you will find street signs on how to reach the Villa on foot.

Visiting the Garden is can be particularly difficult for persons with mobility problems because of its natural layout that presents sloping paths, gravel and other obstructions.

Handicap access to the Villa may be found at Costa San Giorgio n° 4 and must be reserved by calling ahead at  +39 055 2638599.

Secondary entrance:
A second entrance to the Bardini Garden can be found on Via dei Bardi 1/r and is active only during the garden’s regular opening hours (see above).

Pets are not allowed on the grounds, even if on a leash/carrier.