Porcelain Museum (Pitti Palace) - Florence

The Porcelain Museum is home to the most magnificent collection of its kind in Europe. It was established by Pietro Leopoldo and Ferdinand III. Since 1973, the museum has been located in the ‘Casino del Cavaliere’, a 17th century building on the hill above the Boboli Gardens. You can see porcelain objects that once belonged to Tuscany’s noble Medici, Lorraine and Savoy families. The porcelain is categorised chronologically, by country and by maker.


Open daily, 8.15am- 4.30pm (winter) and 8.15am- 7.30pm (summer). Closed Mondays.


6€, including admission to the Costume Gallery, Silver Museum and Boboli Gardens, concessions: 3€.

Address : Piazza Pitti 1 50125 Florence Italy

Bus : Line D : Bus stop PITTI

Phone : +39 55 594 118

Web : http://www.polomuseale.firenze.it/musei/porcellane/

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