Giardino di Boboli

Regular 10 €
Reduced 2 €

Free admission to the Garden of Villa Bardini with the ticket of the Boboli Gardens.

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Visiting hours

Opening hours
From Monday to Sunday,
8.15 am to:
4.30 pm in January, February, November, December.
5.30 pm in March and October (with Standard Time)
6.30 pm in March (with Daylight Savings Time), April, May, September, October (with Daylight Savings Time).
7.10 pm June, July, August
Closed on
First and last Monday of each month,
1 January,
25 December

Notes

The Porcelain Museum remains closed for refurbishment works until further notice.

The last admission to the Boboli Gardens is always an hour before the closing time.

The Gardens can be subject to temporary closures or changes of the opening hours due to weather emergencies which could injure persons and damage things.

Map
Download the visitors map (PDF)
Services
AccessibilityTwo entrances are accessible: one is from Pitti Square, from the left side of the courtyard; the other one from Porta Romana Square. The Garden is accessible only with an accompanying person. The soil is predominantly made up of clay and gravel and is almost completely sloping, with climbs and descents. The Porcelain Museum is not accessible.
WCAt the Annalena entrance (Via Romana); near the Amphitheatre; in the Porcelain Museum; near the Garden of the "Hair Washer" Statue. On the left side of the Amphitheatre, on the first terrace a toilet accessible through a stairlift (for the use of which it is necessary to ask the staff).
Drinking FountainDrinking fountains are located near the Garden of Madama, the Knight's Garden, the Grotto of Adam and Eve, the Meadow of the Columns (see the exact location on the map). Yet, given the remarkable dimensions of the Gardens, it is recommended to bring along water during the visit, in the summer or in particular hot days.
BookshopNear the Ampytheatre. Due to Covid-19 emergency the bookshop is temporarily closed.

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