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Villa e Giardino Bardini
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Overlooking the city of Florence with an amazing view, thanks to its high position on Oltrarno hill, Villa Bardini houses temporary exhibitions and also cultural events among music and literature, and also houses the Pietro Annigoni Museum: a selection of works from various periods and of different techniques and subjects that belonged to the artist’s collection testimony his extensive and successful career and the importance of the artist, certainly one of the most peculiar of the last century. The Villa dates back to the 17th century, it was built by Francesco Monadori according to Gherardo Silvani’s design; however, the most interesting historic period of the complex dates back to Stefano Bardini, who purchased it with the Garden in 1913. The beauty of its Garden, among woods, vegetable yard and orchard located near the Medieval walls of the City, render this garden a place of nature, culture, art and history. On the exterior, the Giardino Bardini features three different gardens in terms of age and style: - the Italian garden with Baroque stairway; - the English garden with exotic plants, representing a rare example of Anglo-Chinese garden; - the agricultural park, with the orchard and marvellous wisteria pergola.
 
Costa San Giorgio, 2 (e via dei Bardi 1/r)
Firenze , FI
055 20066206

Information

Only the garden is open, the villa is currently closed.

Museum timetables


Access notes

Direct access from the ticket office and entry into the first available visit slot.

Mandatory face mask.

Temperature check.

Last admission one hour before closing. 

Access for disabled

Accessible

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