Boboli garden in florence
Boboli Garden, Italian garden in the heart of Florence
The Boboli Garden is a historic park located near Palazzo Pitti, a quarter of an hour’s walk from our bed and breakfast in Florence. It is one of the most fascinating examples of Italian garden in the world, an outdoor museum with a collection of sculptures of the ancient Rome and of the Renaissance, ornate with caves, among which that of the famous Buontalenti cited by Dan Brown in the Inferno thriller novel and large fountains, a nearly triangular shape and the characteristic Fountain of Neptune.
An area of approximately 45,000 square meters which has undergone enlargements and transformations over the centuries, passed from the Medici to Lorena property and then to Savoia.
You will find out enchanted and original green landscapes with statues, clearings, terraces, driveways, paths and fenced gardens that create a scenic scenery. From the Amphitheatre to the Garden of the Knight, from the lawn of Ganimede to the Kaffeehaus, to the Garden of Jupiter.
The Garden is part of the association “Grandi Giardini Italiani”, a brand that encloses the most beautiful gardens that can be visited in Italy.
Boboli Garden opening hours
From Monday to Sunday
From 8.15 to 16.30 in November, December, January, February
From 8.15 to 17.30 in March (summer time at 18.30)
From 8.15 to 18.30 in April, May, September and October
From 8.15 to 17.30 in October coinciding with the change from summer time to daylight saving time
From 8.15 to 19.30 in June, July, August
The last entry is always one hour before closing.
Closing: first and last Monday of the month, 1st January, 1st May, 25th December.
The Garden may undergo temporary changes or temporary closures in case of particularly adverse weather that could compromise the safety of persons and things.
Boboli Garden tickets
The entrance ticket to the Bardini Garden also includes the entrance to the Grand Duke’s Treasure, the Museum of Fashion and Costume and the Porcelain Museum.
Full ticket: € 7,00
Reduced ticket: € 3,50
Free admission every first Sunday of the month.
During temporary exhibitions, the ticket price provides for an increase:
Full ticket: € 10,00
Reduced ticket: € 5,00
Tickets can also be purchased online from the official website of the monument >>