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Museo Bardini, Florence
(4.6/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • The Museum contains some works of famous antiquarian Stefano Bardini collection from the early ' 900. The works are various (sculptures, paintings, weapons) and are highlighted by the blue color of the walls, unusual but beautiful. The works are too numerous or too close to each other and together is very pleasing. I also liked the architectural structure of the building that was originally a church. There are no "famous" works and, perhaps for this reason, the Museum on Sunday afternoon was pretty much deserted; This is really a shame because it is definitely worth a visit. The ticket price is 6 € (in cash) and there are discounts for those with tiles as unicoop Firenze. The box office staff is very friendly. In conclusion ... If you are in Florence visit it!!! :-)
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  • I have been to this Museum for the works of Currin, I like very much his paintings and I didn't want to miss the first Italian exhibition of the artist. Taking the opportunity to make your visit even for Fabre. I was amazed by the Bardini collection for both pieces, also very important, both for the preparation and organisation of the rooms. Should be more publicized in my opinion ... and the works of Currin were put at the right place! Many times artists have replaced or inserted works in museums or pre-existing collections but this time it was done in a tasteful, engaging and really studied, nothing left to chance! Congratulations to the site and certainly also to the great painter.
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  • We arrived early on Sunday morning and went straight in -- no queues here (unlike many places in Florence). Its a tad quirky with a mix of the old , interspersed with some modern art, which I'm not su...  more »
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  • I enjoyed my time here. Perhaps this is not a popular museum, I am the only one inside and I can have a quiet environment to appreciate the arts. One thing special is the focus of Stefano Barfini is on the display rather than the value of a single product, thus, the set up here is quite different from other museums.
  • One of the best curated exhibitions out there
  • A truly amazing collection of an antique dealer who has been able to collect huge works in his Studio.
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  • Fine Museum very well kept, I recommend guided tour (if available)
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  • Really very nice! Art in 360 degrees!
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