This 13th-century palace is the oldest public building in Florence. It opened as a national museum in 1865 after it was used as barracks, a prison, and finally the residence of the Bargello, the head of the police.
The art gallery boasts an unrivaled collection of Italian Renaissance sculptures, including masterpieces by Donatello (his marble statue of David) and Michelangelo. There are also collections of ceramics, tapestries, ivory, silver, medals and old coins.
The ticket office closes at 1.20 pm.
Visitors will be asked to begin leaving the Museum 10 minutes before closing time.
Full price: €8
Reduced price: €4
20 free admission days in a year. Check it on the official website.
Official Website http://www.bargellomusei.beniculturali.it/
more information https://www.visitflorence.com/florence-museums/bargello.html
Phone +39 055 0649440
Address Via del Proconsolo 4, 50122 Florence, Italy
Coordinates 43°46'13.368" N 11°15'29.715" E