* The ticket to the Exhibit also includes the visit to the Villa and the Annigoni Museum.
How to Arrive at Villa Bardini
The entrance to Villa Bardini is located at Costa San Giorgio 2, Florence. In addition, it is possible to enter the Villa from Via dei Bardi 1/r and pass up through the Garden.
The handicap access to the Villa is by way of the ramp at the car entrance at Costa San Giorgio n° 4, by calling ahead at 055/26.38.599.
Free Parking at Forte Belvedere.
b) Entrance to the Garden
08:15 - 18:30
We are currently open! Yes, come in
Open every day with the following schedule *
November, December, January, February
8:15 am– 4:30 pm
8:15 am– 5:30 pm
April, May, September, October
8:15 am– 6:30 pm
June, July, August
8:15 am– 7:30 pm
* Last entrance: one hour before closing
* Closed on the first and last Monday of every month, on December 25th 2019 and January 1st 2020.
How to Arrive at the Bardini Garden
Entrances to the Bardini Garden are located at Via dei Bardi 1/r and at Costa San Giorgio 2, Florence.
Visiting the Garden is particularly difficult for persons with mobility problems because of its natural layout that presents sloping paths, gravel, stone curbs alongside the gravel paths but also stone water diversion constructions that cross these paths.
Animals are not allowed, even on a leash.
Entrance is free to all residents of the Metropolitan City of Florence, and of the Provinces of Arezzo e Grosseto.
Reduced:€ 5 for visitors from 7 to 14 years old, students, groups of more than 10 persons (only the Villa), Touring Club Italiano, FAI, Card Feltrinelli, Soci Coop, school children (with free entry for chaperoning teachers), Soci FAI Giovani, Card Rete Toscana Classica and to holders of a paid ticket to the Giardino Boboli-Bardini.
Free entry to disabled and those accompanying them, journalists, tourist guides, children up to 7 years old, holders of the Firenze Card and for everyone on the first Sunday of every month.
The Entrance Ticket is valid for one day and is included in the ticket for Boboli Garden and the Porcelain Museum. It can vary in accordance with the temporary exhibits that are present during the year at those museums.
Full: € 10
Reduced: € 2 for persons between the ages of 18 and 25 who are members of the European Community and for teachers with permanent state school contracts.
Free Entry: the first Sunday of every month for everyone. From December 1, 2017 free entry for residents of Florence,Arezzo and Grosseto and their provinces.
Free Entry also for: visitors under the age of 18 with an Italian Identity Card, handicapped persons, journalists, Italian instructors with open-ended and permanent contracts, Italian or Erasmus Program students in Italy of the faculties of Architecture, Conservation of Cultural Patrimony and of Academies of Fine Arts, Education, Letters and Philosophy with an orientation toward Archaeology or Art History. Free access to scholastic groups is subject to reservation to be made at the phone number 055/29.48.83.
The sale of tickets ends one hour before closing time.