Museo Del Duomo Cupola Bell Tower Dome Florence
Museums & Churches

Duomo Museum & The Dome

The Duomo is recognized by people all over the world as a symbol of Florence. Experience the rich history and see a collection marvelous artwork inside the Duomo when you visit Museo dell’Opera del Duomo. The museum spans three floors and a total of 28 rooms for visitors to discover a vast collection of artwork including works of Arnolfo, Ghiberti, Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Antonio Pollaiolo, Verrocchio, and Michelangelo. A
Museums & Churches

Museo Galileo

Museo Galileo owns one of the world's most exquisite and important collections of scientific instruments and experimental equipment in history. This collection provides an insight into the extraordinary mind and life of Galileo Galilei as well as showing the importance of scientific knowledge during the reign of the Medici and Lorraine. There are over 1,000 instruments from the collections of the Medici and Lorraine, some of which are originals belonging
Museums & Churches

Museo Casa Buonarroti

Museo Casa Buonarroti is the museum of Michelangelo’s home. While here, visitors will find paintings, sketches, and drawings from the great Italian artist. The museum is divided into two floors with sixteen exhibition rooms. When you enter on the first floor, visitors will find works of artist who inspired were inspired by Michelangelo and were collected by the family. Go up to the second floor to marvel at Michelangelo’s work
Salvatore Ferragamo Shoe Museum Florence
Museums & Churches

Salvatore Ferragamo Museum

Opened in May 1995, the museum celebrates the life and work of Italian shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo. You will be blown away by the 10,000 shoe models created and owned by Ferragamo on disaplay. The rotating display is chosen depending on specific themes, which perfectly represents Ferragamo as he was the kind of designer that linked his work to the cultural mood of a time period. The evolution of fashion