Museo Salvatore Ferragamo

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Museo Salvatore Ferragamo: Our most recommended tours and activities

Florence: "Donatello, the Renaissance" at Palazzo Strozzi

1. Florence: "Donatello, the Renaissance" at Palazzo Strozzi

This historic, once-in-a-lifetime exhibition – Donatello, The Renaissance – sets out to reconstruct the outstanding career of one of the most important and influential masters of Italian art of any age. The exhibition is designed to celebrate Donatello in dialogue with institutions of Florence and the whole of Italy and juxtaposing his work with masterpieces by other Italian Renaissance masters such as Brunelleschi, Masaccio, Andrea Mantegna, Giovanni Bellini, Raphael, and Michelangelo. The exhibition showcases over 100 works of art including sculptures, paintings, and drawings with unique loans, some of which have never been granted before now, from almost sixty of the world's leading museums and institutions/

Florence: Fashion Private Tour with Museum Visits

2. Florence: Fashion Private Tour with Museum Visits

The first fashion show in Italy took place in Florence, Villa Torrigiani, 12 February 1951 and the second in the Sala Bianca of Palazzo Pitti. The tour will start from the Ferragamo Museum. They documented the entirety of Salvatore Ferragamo activities, since his return from the US to Italy in 1927 until his death and hear plenty interesting stories about this fashion house. Very important to visit next is the Palazzo Pitti with magnificent Costume Gallery. There, approximately six thousand pieces, ancient and modern clothes, accessories and theater costumes. Considered the only museum of the history of fashion in Italy and one of the most important one. Also a stop by Museo degli Argenti - Silver Museum, with the jewelry collections of Medici and Lorraine. The most important there to see is the "Scaramazza Pearl" of Anna Maria Luisa, the last of the Medici dynasty. The visit will end with an introduction to the Boboli Gardens, the famous Italian garden.

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What people are saying about Museo Salvatore Ferragamo

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 82 reviews

It was very well organized. Signs were in Italian and English. It was not crowded. I recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about Donatello.

Superbly curated show, and the azureblue walls of the gallery enhance the sculptures and objects.

Amazing to see the works of one of the best sculptors in history all in one place. A must see.

Gorgeous!!! Recommended also for those who do not particularly like "modern art"

Excellent booking service. Easy to manage as I used it on my smartphone.