Dedicated to the Italian art of the 20th century, the Novecento Museum offers a selection of around 300 works located in 15 exhibition areas, in addition to a study room, a cabinet for drawings and prints and a room for conferences and projections.
Created after nearly half a century of proposals and projects, it exhibits a part of Florence’s collections, as well as the artworks and documents related to the last decades, granted on a free loan by artists, collectors and authorities, who have generously supported the birth of this new institution. The rooms dedicated to the town collections show, on a rotating basis, the many donations of artists and collectors that arrived in Florence thanks to the plea the critic Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti made after the 1966 flood, including the prestigious collection of Alberto Della Ragione.
|MON||11.00 am – 8.00 pm|
|TUE||11.00 am – 8.00 pm|
|WED||11.00 am – 8.00 pm|
|THU||11.00am – 2.00 pm|
|FRI||11.00 am – 11.00 pm|
|SAT||11.00 am – 8.00 pm|
|SUN||11.00 am – 8.00 pm|
Temporary full price
Temporary reduced price (Aged 18-25 and university students)
Museum + temporary reduced price
Reduced price + temporary reduced price (Aged 18-25 and university students)
Free of charge (under the age of 18)
All the YTALIA museums form part of the Firenze Card circuit
The Firenze card is the official museum pass of the city of Florence. The card, which costs €72.00 and is valid 72 hours after first use, allows one-time admission to each of the museums forming part of the circuit as well as visits to the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions, with admission through the priority entrances without the need to book. This card is promoted by the City Council of Florence, the Ministry for Cultural Assets and Activities, the Metropolitan Area of Florence, and the Florence Chamber of Commerce.
Museo Novecento, Piazza di Santa Maria Novella 10, Firenze, FI, Italia