Palazzo Bartolini Salimbeni is located in Florence’s historic centre, a 7 min walk from Florence main station Santa Maria Novella and a 3 min walk from Ponte Vecchio
for information about public transport, please visit the ATAF per website
Nearby car parks :
Garage delle Terme
Parcheggio Stazione Santa Maria Novella
Parcheggio San Lorenzo
Parcheggio Fortezza da Basso
Nearby taxi stations:
Piazza della Repubblica
Piazza Santa Maria Novella
Book your taxi by calling:
SO.CO.TA: tel. +39 055/4242
CO.TA.FI: tel. +39 055/4390
The exhibithion Dagli inizi del XX secolo fino agli anni ’60 will be open from 25th March 2018 untill 15th May 2019
Wednesday – Sunday – 11.30 am – 7 pm
Last entry at 6.30 pm
Palazzo Bartolini Salimbeni
Piazza Santa Trinita 1
50123 – Florence, Italy
Tel. +39 055602030
Tickets can be purchased at the museum ticket office in the entrance to the Collection.
The ticket office shuts half an hour before the Collection closing time.
Full price – € 10,00
Reduced – € 8,00
From 6 to 18 years old, over 65, organized groups / schools / universities (groups of at least 10 people), FAI members.
Under 6, visitors with disabilities and their carers, group leaders (groups of at least 10 people), professional journalists, tour guides, FirenzeCard holders.
AUDIO-GUIDE – € 5,00
It is strictly forbidden to touch any exhibited artworks
All rooms within the Collection are monitored via CCTV and electronic alarm systems.
Amateur photographs are allowed without the use of flash
Carrying blunt instruments, weapons, explosive, inflammable or volatile substances, illicit products and substances and any other harmful objects within the Collection is strictly forbidden
It is strictly forbidden to eat or drink inside the Museum
Visitors are liable for any damage they cause to the displays, structure or exhibited works. Management accepts no responsibility for injury to persons and/or damage to property caused by visitors
Parents and guardians of minors are responsible and accountable for their behaviour for the entire duration of their visit to the Collection