The Museo Marino Marini reopens from Saturday 8th of May 2021.
Saturday, Sunday and Monday 10am-7pm
(last access 6.30pm)
In line with the measures taken by the government to prevent the spread of COVID-19 on Saturday and Sunday reservations are required.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday visit on demand for groups by reservation.
Tel. +39 055 219432 (Monday-Friday 9.30am – 1pm) email@example.com
Full ticket: 6 €
(Marino Marini Permanent Collection and Rucellai Chapel)
Reduced Ticket: 4 €
(children from 7 to 14 years old)
children under 6 years old, ICOM members, EDU Musei Card, tourist guides and journalists with a valid pass, disabled and one career
The first Sunday of the month the admission to the Permanet Collection is free for everyone, in occasion of BAMMM! Books&Arts at Museo Marino Marini.
On demand visits (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday):
# groups (max 20 people) with guided tour € 180
# groups (max 20 people) without guided tour € 120
Museo Marino Marini is in the Firenze Card circuit.
The Firenze Santa Maria Novella station is 6 minutes walking distance from the Museo Marini
From the North (Milano): A1 Bologna – Firenze, exit Firenze Nord, follow signs for “il centro”. From the South (Roma): A1 Roma – Milano, exit Firenze Sud, follow signs for “il centro”.
The Florence airport “Amerigo Vespucci” is about 20 minutes from the Museo Marini, while the Pisa airport “Galileo Galilei” is about 1 hour 30 minutes from the Museo Marini. The airports are connected by shuttle to the center of Florence.
The Museo Marini is accessible by the city bus lines. The closest stops are: The Santa Maria Novella Station, Via Tornabuoni, and Piazza della Repubblica.