Boboli Gardens entrance ticket
The Boboli Gardens is a true outdoor museum, located behind the Pitti Palace, it houses a variety of plants from all over the world, statues, fountains and caves.
The Boboli Gardens entrance ticket includes access to the Silver Museum, the Porcelain Museum, the Costume Gallery and the Bardini Gardens.
How to get there: Florence, Piazza Pitti 1
Bus: from the Amerigo Vespucci airport, with the VOLA IN BUS shuttle to the Santa Maria Novella station; near Santa Maria Novell train station, Via della Scala: linee 36/37/11; Via Rucellai: electric bus B.
Car: Santa Maria Novella train station parking lot.
Train: Santa Maria Novella train station.
On foot: about 20 minutes from the station, through the historic center of the city.
Entrance fees without privileged access
Full price: € 7.00 (in the event of temporary exhibitions € 10.00)
Reduced price*: € 3.50 (in the event of temporary exhibitions € 5.00)
Free**: € 0.00
For more information on booking a privileged entrance please visit: booking Boboli Gardens
The Boboli Gardens has a reserved access for people with disabilities from the Rondò of Bacchus (entrance to the left of Palazzo Pitti), it presents, however, difficulties of access for wheelchair users. The equipped toilets are located in the Palazzo Pitti.
In the courtyard there is a bookshop where you can buy publications on art history, guides in different languages and gadgets / souvenirs.
There is a free wardrobe service inside the Palace.
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HOW TO CHOOSE THE CORRECT TICKET
* REDUCED TICKET: EU citizens aged between 18 and 25 years (with identification) Teachers of state schools with permanent contracts (with appropriate documentation) non European Union Citizens, apply to, on condition of reciprocity, the disposal of reduced price
** FREE TICKET: Citizens under the age of 18 years. Visitors under the age of 12 must be accompanied
Groups of Italian schools students and thestudents of other countries belonging to the EU, accompanied by their teachers, by prior arrangement, in contingent as determined by the chief of the institute
Students and educators of the European Union of the School of Architecture, Literature ( Archaeology or Historic-Artistic), Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Science of Education, by showing a certificate of enrollment for the current academic year
Teachers and students from all EU members at the Academies of Fine Arts, by showing a certificate of enrollment for the current academic year
European Union Tourist Guides exercising their professional activity, providing a valid license issued by the appropriate authority
Interpreters from the European Union when their assistance is needed alongside the guide, providing of a valid license issued by the appropriate authority
European Union citizens with disabilities and a family member or other companion that demonstrates its membership of social and health care services
The operators of voluntary associations that carry out, on the basis of agreements drawn up by the Ministry in accordance with Article 112, paragraph 8 of the Code, promotion and dissemination of knowledge of the cultural heritage
For reasons of study and research, certified by schools or universities, academies, research institutions and culture Italian or foreign, as well as bodies of the Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities, or for specific motivated requirements, heads of institutions may allow those who so request free admission for specified periods
The staff of the Ministry of Heritage and Cultural Activities
Members of I. C.O.M. (International Council of Museums)
Citizens of countries outside the European Union, apply to, on condition of reciprocity, the disposal of on free tickets