Casa Guidi is a writer's house museum in the 15th-century patrician house in Piazza San Felice, 8, near the south end of the Pitti Palace in Florence, Italy. The piano nobile apartment was inhabited by Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning between 1847 and Mrs Browning's death in 1861. Their only child, Robert Barrett Browning was born there in 1849.
Casa Guidi was the subject of her 1851 poem "Casa Guidi Windows".
The Browning household was a centre of British society in Florence although it was said that Theodosia Trollope's house was more care free.
Apr - Nov:
Mon, Wed, Fri: 3 p.m. - 6 p.m.
No official admission, donation is welcome.