30 May 2020

The Museo Novecento reopens to the public, together with Palazzo Vecchio and the Bardini Museum

It starts with the Museo Novecento, Palazzo Vecchio and Stefano Bardini Museum on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from Saturday 6 June, from 3.00 pm to 8.00 pm (last admission at 7.00 pm).
For the Republic Day, Tuesday, June 2 an extraordinary preview day is scheduled, always from 3.00 pm to 8.00 pm in the three museums involved.

The Permanent Collections and all the temporary exhibitions dedicated to Allan Kaprow, Fabio Mauri, Elena Mazzi, Emanuele Becheri and Michele De Lucchi will be open to visitors.

Admissions will be limited according to the museum itinerary. To access, it is necessary to purchase tickets online, with reservations recommended on the portal http://bigliettimusei.comune.fi.it/ starting from Sunday 31 May.

Online booking is also mandatory for those entitled to reductions or free admission and for small groups accompanied by tourist guides.
Once the purchase is complete, simply print the receipt and / or keep the transaction confirmation email and present it at the entrance of the chosen museum. This mode allows you to avoid queues at the ticket office and reduces crowding in the rooms, thanks to the assignment of the time slot in which to access the museum.

The Florentine Card remains valid (€ 10 valid for one year) but even with this card you need to book online: people who had purchased it before the lockdown can come and collect it in the three museums upon reservation (at 055 2768224 or by writing to info@muse.comune.fi.it from Monday 1 June). Anyone wishing to buy it can do so by going directly to the ticket offices of the three museums indicated above, upon reservation (at 055 2768224 or by writing to info@muse.comune.fi.it from Monday 1 June).

The museums will reopen in absolute safety. To do this, the Municipality has adapted and equipped all the spaces by acquiring the safety devices, goods and services necessary to guarantee the protection of the health of visitors and operators, and regular and repeated sanitizing of the spaces is guaranteed. Specific and detailed protocols have also been prepared to allow safe access and a fully satisfactory visit for users with body temperature detection at the entrance to the path, obligation to use masks, maintenance of a safety distance, restricted access to museum itineraries.

To welcome visitors in the best way inside each museum, a MUS.E cultural mediator will be present at the beginning of the itinerary, available to the public for a high quality presentation as an introduction to the visit of the museum, totally free. At the same time, all the online activities organized by MUS will continue and in this lockdown period such as the guided tours on Zoom to continue to tell, even virtually, the great civic heritage of the city for all those people who still will not be able to return to visit in person the museums.