The park of the Stibbert Museum in Florence is a marvellous place because it is a park full of symbols and mysteries, able to meet the expectations of every visitor.
The nineteenth-century garden, home to one of the most amazing museums in Florence for the richness and amount of items collected and exhibited, is the more romantic and mysterious witness of Florence’s secrets.
Different styles compliment one another perfectly romantic, neo-classical and neo-Renaissance. Already in the same period in which the Egyptian temple was built at the entrance of the park had been built a neo-classical temple, with a statue in the center and surmounted by a dome covered with flakes of colored majolica.
Inside the park, the Museum Stibbert has the corner of a Venetian courtyard, covered with white marble and in the center a large oval pit, were inserted new essences and created new views and perspectives that fascination with visitors from the spirit more romantic.
Park Museum Stibbert
via Federigo Stibbert, Florence 26
The park is open to the public free of charge at the following times:
April to October 8:00 to 19:00
November to March 8.00-17-00
The park remains closed on Thursday, 1 January, Easter Sunday, 1 May, 15 August, December 25