The Museum of Anthropology and Ethnology (Museo Nazionale di Antropologia ed Etnologia) is a museum in FLorence that is housed in Palazzo Nonfinito. The museum holds around 15,000 ethnological pieces and 6,100 anthropological pieces and a photographic collection with 26,000 prints and 7,000 negatives. The original collection of the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnology in Florence was a cabinet of curiosities with items such as an ivory horn from the Kingdom of Kongo and bows and arrows from the upper Amazon, which were augmented by items from Captain James Cook's voyages in the Pacific.
September 1 to June 30
Tuesday to Sunday: 9 am to 5 pm
July 1 to August 31
Tuesday to Thursday: 9 am to 5 pm
Friday to Sunday: 9 to 13
Closing days : 1 January, Easter, 1 May, 15 August, 25 December
|0 – 5||Free|
|6 – 14||€3.00|
Via del Proconsolo 12, Florence
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