The National Archaeological Museum of Florence, one of the oldest in Italy, contains the second largest collection of Italy.

The museum displays ancient collections: precious Etruscan tombs of the aristocracy belonging to the period between the last decades of the VIII and the first quarter of the VI century BC, from the area between Populonia and Vulcano.

On the first floor, there is the Etruscan section, which displays some masterpieces of funerary sculpture made of fetid stone and the large bronze statues of Chimera, Arringatore and Minerva and some Roman medallions.

On the second floor are exhibited the collections of figured Attic pottery, a selection of large and small bronzes of Greek, Roman and Renaissance art, including the Torso of Livorno, the Horse Head Medici Riccardi and Idolino of Pesaro. Here, it is also exposed the Francois Vase, named this way after the person who discovered it, a piece of the IV century AC.

The halls of the Egyptian Museum have been renovated. The collections offer more than fourteen thousand pieces, which include materials from prehistoric times to the Coptic, with several groups of steles, vases, ushabti, amulets and bronzes.

Among the most interesting, there are some statues from the time of Amenophis III, a war chariot of the Eighteenth Dynasty, a pillar of the tomb of Seti I and the collection of Coptic fabrics of the time.

In the garden of the museum, you can visit the reconstruction of the Inghirami Tomb of Volterra, which preserves the alabaster urns that were placed there in antiquity.


Available days: Everyday

Bookable Starting Time: From 8:30 am to midday

Duration: 2 hours

Available Languages: All, upon your reservation

Adult rate: The rate of the tour depends on the number of people. CALCULATE YOUR OWN RATE!

Child rate: From 6 years to 17 years with ID. Please insert number of people.

Meeting Point: In front of Archeological Museum, SS.Annunziata square