villa bardini

Bardini Garden

The garden is an amalgamation of three different properties that are still clearly discernible: the large central Baroque staircase leading to the Belvedere (from here one of the best panoramas of Florence skyline); the English-style wood and the agricultural section next to the medieval city walls. The properties were reunited only in the 19th century, and following a period of neglect the garden and Villa Manadora were purchased by the antiquarian Stefano Bardini, who restored the complex and embellished the garden with decorative features in the eclectic taste of the late 19th century.

The garden s dominated by the Bardini Villa. 

Photo credits: Comune di Firenze
Points of interest
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Giardino Bardini

Giardino Bardini

Via de' Bardi, 1, 50125 Firenze FI, Italia

Via de' Bardi, 1, 50125 Firenze FI, Italia
Opening hours
Opening hours:
29-03-2024 - 31-08-2024
Monday - Sunday from 10:00 to 19:30
The ticket-office closes one hour before
from 10:00 to 19:30
Closed: first and last Monday of the month , 25-12-2024
Entrance fee:
Full price - High season (21/02-9/11 & 21/12-9/01*) including the entrance to Boboli Gardens and Porecelain Museum € 10.00
Full price - Low season (10/01-20/02 & 10/11-20/12*) including the entrance to Boboli gardens and Porcelain Museum € 6.00
Combined ticket high season - including entrance to Boboli Garden, Uffizi and museums of Palazzo Pitti € 38.00
Combined ticket low season - including entrance to Boboli Garden, Uffizi and Museums of Palazzo Pitti € 18.00
Pass partout year pass Boboli Garden € 25.00
For information about other combined tickets, reductions and free entrance policy please check the website
***Freed admission for everybody, without reservation, on the first Sunday of the month
*25-04; 02-06; 04-11-2024 free entrance
Tipo gestione
other museums 
Accessibility:  partially accessible

The garden can be visited with an accompanying person. The path is made of gravel and earth, is uneven, with many rises, and drops.