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Museo Archeologico Nazionale

Piazza Santissima Annunziata n. 9b, Florence, Italy
+39 055 23575
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Piazza Santissima Annunziata n. 9b, Florence, Italy
San Marco
+39 055 23575
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Reviewed September 20, 2013

I have to differ from other posts as we found this museum absolutely amazing. Yes it does need some work and maybe some labels in English or at least a guide in English that you can follow along. The downstairs seemed to have recently been...More

Thank B0bK
Reviewed August 12, 2013

With some of the best Etruscan art, if only it was displayed to match the work. A LOT of the place is just a gaping empty room. And then there are rooms chock-a-block jammed with funerary pots. Once again, like the Ufizzi--it needs work. And...More

Thank Maggie_Oakshot
Reviewed May 19, 2013

I loved this museum! If you have an interest in Ancient History, it's definitely worth having a look. There's a huge collection of Etruscan artifacts, and the second floor has a wonderful collection of Attic Greek vases. There are some very significant pieces there and...More

Thank roxdebruyn
Reviewed May 16, 2013

This is a very extensive collection of artifacts at a reasonable price, but not recommended for children who would become as bored as the staff. The entrance itself must keep out many potential visitors. It is easy to overlook and appears closed with no information...More

1  Thank Chemical_Engineer
Reviewed May 9, 2013

My visit to Florence's archaeological museum was a most dispiriting experience. I had gone expressly to see the bronze Etruscan statue known as the Chimera of Arezzo (which is magical) and was astounded to see how poorly laid out and curated the collection is. It...More

Thank AGuidetoRome
Reviewed March 26, 2013

As an archaeologist I was looking forward to this museum but I was very disappointed. The first room makes you think they were just looted - empty cabinets and stands and a dirty carpet. There was one funerary piece shoved against the wall (a nice...More

6  Thank Mosspiglet
Reviewed October 17, 2012

No English labels. Many displays have misaligned legends for artifacts or no reference info at all, not even in Italian. No layout map available to help orientation. Valuable artifacts but a poor experience in learning about them.

Thank Fanlips
Reviewed October 17, 2012

Why you should go: -Truly amazing collection of Egyptian and Etruscan art-- I've only seen more at the Louvre -Just 5 minutes from Accademia Gallery and on the Firenze card, so it can be a nice archaeological break from all of the art you will...More

1  Thank misswhitneypaige
Reviewed October 8, 2012

It´ s a shame to keep so much of artefacts without care. No printed information in any language besides Italian, except in two small rooms. The building is old with restrictions, only 35 visitors at the same time on the top floor. Two rooms were...More

1  Thank HerrSvensson
Reviewed September 13, 2012

Clearly they have treasures here: probably one of the largest collection of Etruscan artifacts you'll find in one place, and the number of Roman funerary sculptures is jaw dropping. Usually you will find a handful in one museum, and this location has rooms full. There...More

4  Thank Snailkite
San Marco
The pleasant atmosphere of this residential area, a
stone’s throw away from the Duomo of Florence,
surprises everyone. A continuous flow of backpacking
students provides the tranquil surroundings for the
elderly residents who sit in Piazza San Marco to read
the daily newspaper. Home to several universities,
including the Academy of Fine Arts, San Marco is one
of the most vibrant cultural centers in the city. A
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Hello, what is the price for the museum? Thank you
March 11, 2016|
Response from RobertoMcD |
€4. €2 for European citizens aged 18-25. Free with Firenzecard.