Plan your Visit

Tickets

Welcome to the Museo Novecento.
You can buy your ticket online or directly at the Museum ticket office.
Admissions are limited and can be booked online at the same time as the purchase of tickets on the website bigliettimusei.comune.fi.it, by writing to info@musefirenze.it, or by calling 0552768224

Booking is strongly recommended in order to avoid not finding a place immediately.

From 1 April 2022 and until 30 April 2022 with the entry into force of Legislative Decree 24/2022, the possession of a Green pass of any kind is no longer required for access to museums and exhibitions. Visitors will always have to wear a mask but a surgical one will suffice, and they will always have to proceed with the self-detection of body temperature and disinfect their hands. Interpersonal distancing is no longer provided.
As for the indoor events, the participants will still have to wear the FFP2 mask and undergo the control of the reinforced green pass, the detection of body temperature and disinfection of the hands.

Buy Online

How to Book

For private individuals

It is possible to send a request by email or call.

info@musefirenze.it
+39 055 276 822 4

Monday – Saturday

9:30 am

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

5:00 pm

Sunday and Holidays

9:30 am

12:30 pm

For the schools

It is possible to send a request by email or call.

didattica@musefirenze.it
+39 055 261 678 8

Monday – Friday

9:30 am

1:00 pm

2:00 pm

4:30 pm

Ticket Rates

Full

9,50 €

Reduced
18-25 years old and university students

4,50 €

Up to the age of 18, groups of students and their teachers, tour guides and interpreters, disabled people and their carers, ICOM, ICOMOS and ICCROM members

Free

Guided Tours and Activities

Full

5 €

Reduced

For residents of the metropolitan city

2,50 €

Birthday at the museum

The birthday at the museum is temporarily suspended for health reasons, in compliance with the anti Covid-19 provisions.

Conventions

The Museo Novecento is in the Firenze Card and Card del Fiorentino circuit.

Convention 2×1 UniCoop Firenze

The 2×1 UniCoop Member agreement allows visitors with a UniCoop Firenze card to purchase 2 tickets for the price of 1: with the purchase of 1 full ticket, you will have the opportunity to receive 1 free ticket.

Hours

Last admission is one hour before closing.

Summer Hours

1 April – 30 September

Last admission is one hour before closing.

Monday – Sunday

11:00 am

8:00 pm

Thursday

Winter Hours

1 October – 31 March

Last admission is one hour before closing.

Monday – Sunday

11:00 am

8:00 pm

Thursday

25 December

1 January

2:00 pm

8:00 pm

6 January

11:00 am

8:00 pm

How To Get Here

Museo Novecento
Piazza Santa Maria Novella 10,
50123 Florence, Italy

mappa

Car

The area of ​​the historic center of Florence is defined as a limited traffic area (ZTL) and protected by telematic access gates.
If you arrive by car, you must leave the car outside the center or in one of the paid parking lots, such as the one in Piazza della Stazione (Firenze Parcheggi) then walk to Piazza Santa Maria Novella (about 5 minutes).
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Tram and Bus

Tram T2 Vespucci: Unity terminus stop and then walk to Piazza Santa Maria Novella (about 2 minutes).
Tram T1 Leonardo:
Alamanni-Stazione stop and then walk to Piazza Santa Maria Novella (about 5 minutes).
Bus: Lines
1-6-11-12-17-36-37-C4

Train

If you arrive by train at Santa Maria Novella Station, you can continue on foot and arrive in 5 minutes.
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Airplane

If you arrive by plane, the Amerigo Vespucci Airport is about 6 km from Piazza Santa Maria Novella and is also well connected by bus (including the “Vola in Bus” line, arriving at the SITA bus station in Florence, near the square Station) and the T2 line of the Tram.
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Useful Information

COVID-19 measures – Following the Legislative Decree 221/2021, from 10 January 2022, to access the Novecento Museum it is mandatory to present the reinforced Green Pass and an identity document.

Tickets for those who cannot show the green-green pass certification cannot be refunded.

Admissions are limited and can be booked online at the same time as the purchase of tickets on the website www.bigliettimusei.comune.fi.it, by writing to info@musefirenze.it, or by calling 0552768224.

Booking is strongly recommended in order to avoid not finding a place immediately.

Other Information

Cloakroom

Free service located in the entrance hall. Before entering the exhibition areas and the Archives and the Library visitors are asked to deposit in the cloakroom suitcases, packages, umbrellas and bags which exceed the allowed dimensions.

Photographs and Films

It is not allowed to photograph or film inside the Museum, unless visitors have permission by the Civic Museums, to be requested through the specific procedure. Photographing and filming are often organized by the management in order to document the activities. Every shot will be in any case preceeded by an authorization request.

Wi-Fi

Food and drinks

It is not allowed to consume food or drinks inside the exhibition rooms and locations of the Museo Novecento.

Locations

The Museo Novecento is located in the center of Florence, in Piazza Santa Maria Novella,
in the complex of the ancient Leopoldine Hospital.

The Museo Novecento can be accessed from Piazza Santa Maria Novella and from Via Palazzuolo.

The Museo Novecento is completely accessible except for the Didactic Laboratory – in the mezzanine – not accessible to persons with motor disabilities.

Ground Floor

On the Ground Floor, which develops around the Cloister of the old hospital, there are the ticket office, the cloakroom, the bookshop and a reception area.
The exhibition rooms host temporary exhibitions included in the Duel, Room and the Architect’s Table cycles, as well as being used for special projects.

Cloister

Inside the Cloister they take place activities such as workshops, lectures, concerts, performances and film screenings especially in the summer season.

Didactic Laboratory

The Didactic Laboratory, located in the mezzanine, hosts laboratories and workshops organized by cultural mediation. The Didactic Laboratory is not accessible to persons with motor disabilities.

First Floor

The exhibition rooms on the First Floor host temporary exhibitions included in the Grandi Mostre, Campo Aperto and Ora et Labora cycles, as well as being used for special projects.

Cinema Room

The Cinema Hall hosts film screenings but also lectures, workshops and performances.

Second Floor

The exhibition rooms on the Second Floor house the permanent collection from the Alberto della Ragione Collection and temporary exhibitions included in the Solo and Ètoile cycles as well as being used for special projects.

Third Floor

The exhibition hall on the third floor houses the permanent collection from the Ottone Rosai Legacy.

Caffè Cortese 900

Cortese Caffè 900 is the new café of the Museo Novecento opened by Vito Cortese, the most important raw food pastry chef in Italy. 130 square meters, with a large outdoor space under the loggia that overlooks Piazza Santa Maria Novella right next to the museum entrance, to offer customers a real new way of understanding dessert: no longer a sin of gluttony but an experience of pleasure that is also a tribute to health.
Only and only fine raw materials with a high nutritional value, bio and vegan, transformed, thanks to drying and fermentation processes, into delicious, balanced and unforgettable gourmet recipes.

Hours

Cortese Caffè 900

Monday – Sunday

8:00 am

8:00 pm

Bookshop

The Bookshop of the Museo Novecento offers, through direct sales, a wide range of offers to its public: catalogs of its collections and temporary exhibitions, specialized books, sector magazines, objects, gift and design items.