In the heart of Florence, Italy's foremost place associated with the culture and art of the Renaissance, the Horne Museum awaits you. Relive the past and discover the customs and art of the city between the 15th and 16th centuries. The home of English poet, architect, typographer and designer, art historian and antiquarian Herbert Percy Horne holds a refined mine of masterpieces of painting and sculpture (from Giotto to Simone Martini, Masaccio, Filippino Lippi, Domenico Beccafumi and Giambologna. Above all though, you'll visit a private home, furnished with fine artworks from the 13th to the 17th centuries.
Via dei Benci, 6 - 50122 Firenze
(ATAF bus lines 23, C)
OPENING DATES AND TIMES:
Monday to Saturday from 9:00am to 1:00pm (closed on Sundays and holidays).
It is possible to book a guide for groups with over 6 people. Guides are available in English, Italian, and French. The cost of the guide (€ 60.00 per group) must be paid directly to the guide on the date of the visit.
Reservations must be submitted at least 1 business day before the visit for single visitors, at least 3 business days before for groups with over 6 people.
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In 1911, the English architect and art historian Herbert Percy Horne bought Palazzo Corsi, on Via de' Benci, with the intention of giving an adequate home to his collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and furniture, as well as to recreate the atmosphere and environment of a Renaissance palace.
At his death in 1916, Horne left his collection (which in the meantime had reached over six thousand works) to the Italian state, giving rise to a foundation, intended "for the benefit of education."
Even today the Horne Museum presents itself to visitors as intended by the English collector - a refined mine of masterpieces of painting and sculpture (by Giotto, Simone Martini, Masaccio, Filippino Lippi, Domenico Beccafumi and Giambologna), but above all as a private residence, furnished with valuable pieces from the 13th to the 17th centuries.
In the heart of Florence, Italy's foremost place associated with the culture and art of the Renaissance, the Horne Museum invites you to relive the past and discover the customs and art of the city between the 15th and 16th centuries.
Full Price Ticket for single visitors or groups with up to 6 people
Reduced Price Ticket for school groups (entrance to the museum and didactic activity), families, and groups with over 6 people
Free Admission for teachers and school group leaders
GUIDED VISITS: It is possible to book a guide for groups with over 6 people. Guides are available in English, Italian, and French. The cost of the guide (€ 60.00 per group) must be paid directly to the guide on the date of the visit.
The Dr. Vranjes store is located in Via della Spada 9/r, at the center of Florence's quadrangular shopping area, close to the most prestigious brands of fashion and a few steps from the luxurious Via Tornabuoni.
The store has become a window into the Dr. Vranjes universe, in which customers from all over the world recognize themselves.
Every client presenting a WEEKEND in ITALY voucher will be given
- a complimentary scented bookmark, regardless of purchase
- a free Dr. Vranjes Shea Lip-balm for a purchase minimum of € 30.00
- a free fragrance spray 25 ml for a purchase minimum of € 100.00
Via della Spada 9r - Firenze
Via San Gallo 63r - Firenze
Borgo la Croce 44r - Firenze
Via Fiori Chiari 24 - Milano
Since 1888, Dante Cardini is one of the landmark jewelers on the Ponte Vecchio in Florence. You will find brands such as CHIMENTO jewelry, Roberto Poggiali and BARAKA, with contemporary design, as well as the exclusive DANTE CARDINI creations for the more traditional taste.
Owners Massimo and Elisabetta will welcome you in the elegant but informal atmosphere of the store, and guide you in a unique and unforgettable experience for a visit to the terraces from which you will enjoy the beautiful view over the Arno River and the city of Florence.
Clients presenting a WEEKEND in ITALY voucher will be offered a 10% discount on their purchase.
Gioielleria Cardini - Ponte Vecchio 34/R - Florence
Fratelli Peruzzi Argentieri
Founded in 1860, Fratelli Peruzzi Argentieri is one of the oldest companies in the silversmithing industry of Florence.
Gianna and her sister-in-law Laura are the fourth generation of a family of silversmiths to carry on the tradition that Giuseppe Peruzzi started over 150 years ago.
Dedicated to craftsmanship, we’ll take any request and fulfill the client’s wishes. In addition to being engaged in the research and trade of silver and gold, we proudly display the prestigious brand identification “FI 114,“ among the oldest in Florence.
The production of those items that created the renown of Fratelli Peruzzi over the course of all these years passionately continues in our workshop behind the boutique.
A dream that continues into reality.