Museo Nazionale del Bargello is a museum in Florence that is housed in a 13th-century palace which is the oldest public building in Florence. It opened as a national museum in 1865 after it was used as barracks, a prison, and finally the residence of the Bargello, the head of the police. The art gallery boasts a collection of Italian Renaissance sculptures, including masterpieces by Donatello (his marble statue of David) and Michelangelo. There are also collections of ceramics, tapestries, ivory, silver, medals and old coins.
|Monday||08:15 am – 02:00 pm|
|Tuesday||08:15 am – 02:00 pm|
|Wednesday||08:15 am – 02:00 pm|
|Thursday||08:15 am – 02:00 pm|
|Friday||08:15 am – 02:00 pm|
|Saturday||08:15 am – 02:00 pm|
|Sunday||08:15 am – 02:00 pm|
Closed: Jan 1, May 1, Dec 25 & each 1st, 3rd, 5th Monday of the month & each 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month
|18 - 25||€2.00|
Free admission: Sunday of the month from October to March;
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