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  1. Italy
  2. Tuscany
  3. Florence

Museo Novecento Private Tour

Product ID: 72601
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After 50 years, Florence has finally opened its museum of the twentieth century! It sits in a place recalling its glorious past: the St. Paul's Hospital, also called "Leopoldine", as it was the name of the first girl school.
About this activity
Duration 3 hours
Skip the ticket line
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Experience

Highlights
  • See Florentine art in the twentieth century
  • Visit Museo Novecento with a private guide
  • Experience all kinds of art, music, cinema and literature in one place
  • See the works of Giorgio Morandi and Maurizio Nannucci
Full description
The twentieth century was a period in which Florence was one of the most flourishing centers of the world. In the museum of the 900, all the paintings, sculptures and video documents concern an incredible artistic period. The museum houses 300 works in 15 modern exhibition rooms made respecting the old Renaissance complex of Michelozzo, the Medici architect.

There is a great deal of interactive experience to be had in any context in which the works were born: music, cinema and literature.

Some prominent names of the museum include Giorgio De Chirico, Giorgio Morandi, Emilio Vedova, Guttuso and Maurizio Nannucci. You'll enjoy three hours of total immersion in the best expression of twentieth-century Florentine and Italian with a professional local guide in modern and contemporary art.
Includes
  • Entrance tickets
  • Professional licensed guide
What’s Not Included
  • Hotel pick-up or drop-off

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Meeting point

Piazza Santa Maria Novella entrance Museo Novecento

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