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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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Via del Proconsolo 4, 50122, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed May 27, 2015 via mobile

Beautiful Renaissance sculptures. We did not see a third of the collection due to one floor being closed. I appreciate the employee who advised against the audio tour because of this. Giambologna is now my favorite sculptor. Plan to spend 1-1 1/2 hours here.

Thank threekidmama
Reviewed May 27, 2015

The museum has a remarkable masterpieces by Donatello, Michelangelo, Cellini and more. It is filled with incredible collections from the Medici. Highly recommend it.

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Reviewed May 26, 2015

This is a less well known site, so doesn't suffer from queues that plague popular sites in Florence. It contains many masterpieces, especially sculptures. Not far from other sites so pay it a visit.

Thank Robin B
Reviewed May 26, 2015 via mobile

At last no long 'lines' to get in. There is a good mix of paintings, statues and museum pieces and wet hourly enjoyed exploring the Bargello.

Thank Brian S
Reviewed May 25, 2015

There are some incredible bronzes by Cellini, Donatello, Giambologna and others, not to mention a few Michaelangelo's and Della Robbia's terra cotta work. Start at St. Croce and work your way back to the Bargello then head to the Duomo.

Thank terryLCO
Reviewed May 25, 2015 via mobile

Florence is chock full of great museums and churches to visit, so a place like the Bargello can get lost even though it would be a top attraction in many other cities. Excellent sculptures, interesting building, and it's not too crowded to actually see and...More

Thank lsc_Denver
Reviewed May 23, 2015

Great museum...sculpture, a good variety of exhibits think we got stuck paying more for entrance than we neede so perhaps ask. Think its supposed to be €4 but I think we were charged extra to see the exhibition of historical stuff (which frankly was ok...More

Thank yselka
Reviewed May 23, 2015

It was worth visiting but the Accademia and Uffizi have more prominent pieces. Less crowded here, though!

Thank David K
Reviewed May 23, 2015

This museum was great, if you like sculpture that is. The building itself was amazing too and the interior courtyard was so quiet you forget there is a city on the outside.

Thank Jaclyn H
Reviewed May 23, 2015

The Bargello, formerly the jail for Renaissance Florence, provides a great space to highlight outstanding sculptures from several periods. It was so interesting to see other interpretations of David here after seeing THE David at the Accademia. I love the Medici lions with crowns, just...More

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Response from williamn262 | Reviewed this property |
Probably. But go to website.
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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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