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Gucci Museo, Florence
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  • This museum was really special. It is a new museum that opened to celebrate a century since the founding of Gucci in Florence. If you have an appreciation for Italian/Florencian brands, I highly recom...  more »
  • In piazza della signoria nice Museum for history lovers, the famous fashion designer labels, nice to see
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  • I love fashion and really enjoyed this museum. The rooms are set up in different themes and the displays are beautiful. I definitely recommend a visit for a taste of Italian fashion while visiting Flo...  more »
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  • I don't know much about the museum as I didn't actually go to it. I did however, go to the Gucci Museum Cafe. The place is fantastic as with all Gucci products. The seating is outdoor with either tables or sofa like seating area. It's very comfortable. The service is very good and the staff are very friendly. Coffee, desserts and drinks are well presented and taste delicious. Been there on more than one occasion :)
  • Fun, inexpensive experience - a change of scenery from all the great churches and "old" artwork. Friday night discount (and extended hours) is a great option to visit right after dinner.
  • Interesting collection of Gucci's greatest hits from shoes to bags to evening wear, scarves and luggage. Tells the story of the brands Florence origins and gives new insights into the luxury label's signature design elements. Also has a fabulous bookstore attached.
  • I was tagging along with my wife. Not my thing, but some interesting snippets nonetheless. Worth the admission.
  • As you go up through the museum, winding your way through the various rooms, you should find yourself learning a lot about the humble beginnings of the founder Guccio Gucci and the now very special vintage pieces designed throughout the House's long history. I will not give away exactly what I saw in the museum, but be prepared to see more than just bags and clothes. Even when you do see the bags and clothes, I can assure you that every piece will demonstrate beautiful craftsmanship. The entrance fee is 7 Euros, regardless of age I believe. Photography is not allowed, and although a few of the displays are not entirely covered in glass, the moment you lean in too close to a display, sirens will go off and a security guard will be right at your side checking why you've been naughty. Venture into the gucci gift shop at the end and you will find there are some incredible pieces (such as the cream coloured/uncoloured flora scarf originally designed for Grace Kelly) part of the Icon Collection that is exclusive to the Gucci Museum.