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Gucci Museo, Florence

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Admission is 6 Euros with 50% of each ticket sale benefitting to help the City of Florence preserve and restore the city’s signature art treasures. The museum is open year-round, seven days a week, with closures planned only for August 15th, December 25th and January 1st.

To book visits, please contact: museofirenzegucci@it.gucci.com For more general information: guccimuseo@it.gucci.com
To visit Gucci Museo and other attractions in Florence, use our Florence holiday planner.
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  • I am not really into fashion or design as such but this took me by storm. An incredible journey through time- of great historical value and interest and so exquisitely displayed( as you would expect!)...  more »
  • This is an interesting way to journey through fashion history. You may wander at your leisure and then do as we did - enjoy a delightful lunch in the restaurant/cafe attached. Only in Florence.  more »
  • I am a Gucci Lover and was excited about this museum. It didn't disappoint. I find the only people who would enjoy this museum are people who know and love the brand and people who enjoy looking at pr...  more »
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  • Anyone with an interest in fashion should visit this museum. At 7 euros pp (5 euros on Friday evenings after 8 pm), it's a bargain for the sheer amount of pieces and information. It is comprised of 3 modern floors, plus a store and cafe. The pieces are tastefully exhibited, with soft lighting, black backdrops and vintage illustrations. There are rooms full of bags, luggage, home decor, and clothing, ranging from the 1950's to the 2000's. There is a small theatre where you can watch video clips of classic films that were restored with Gucci's financial support. There is a room with recent runway creations, as well as another featuring a handful of celebrity gowns. Photographs are permitted throughout, and many of the exhibits are not behind glass (note that a mild alarm will sound if you accidentally get too close).
  • Small but cute museum. Was empty when I visited. Alarm goes off if u go to closely to the clothes. Don't understand why they don't put glass walls for all of them
  • Very accessible even for a non-fashionista like myself.
  • 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 :)
  • Even if you have limited or no interest in the fashion giant's history it is still very worth your time to learn about the creative process that made them one of the best known fashion houses.