Firenzecard Official Site
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Pitti-Museo delle Porcellane
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The museum collects the finest porcelain in Europe bought by Peter Leopold and Ferdinand III, together with porcelain from stately homes of Parma, Piacenza and Sala Baganza that, since 1860, were “looted” to furnish the Savoy apartments in Florence. The Museum is housed in the eighteenth century house known as the Knight Villa, suggestively placed on top of the Boboli Gardens, conceived as a pleasure house where the members of the Accademia del Cimento used to meet, and where Gian Gastone took French lessons.
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April, May, September: every day 8.15-18.30.
January, February, November, December: every day 8.15-16.30
March: every day 8.15-17.30 (18.30 with daylight saving time)
October: every day 8.15-18.30 (17.30 with standard time)
June, July, August: every day 8.15-19.30
Closed 1st and last Monday of the month; January 1st, May 1st, December 25th

Days with free admission on 2019: 1st Sunday of January, February, March, October, November and December, on March from 5 to 10 (Museums Week), 17th and 24th of March, 23rd of June, 4th and 27th of August, 11st and 31st of October, 30th of November.

The last entry is one hour before closing time.

The Firenzecard holders' priority access to Palazzo Pitti is located in the Bookshop of the inner courtyard.  
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Easy access
Not accessible
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