Directly behind Pitti Palace are the marvellous Boboli Gardens. The Medici family established the layout of the gardens, creating the Italian garden style that would become a model for many European courts. The vast green expanse with a regular layout is a real outdoor museum, populated by ancient and Renaissance statues. The Gardens are also adorned with grottos, the most important of which is the famous grotto realized by Bernardo Buontalenti, as well as large fountains, such as the Fountain of Neptune and the Fountain of the Ocean. The subsequent Habsburg-Lorraine and Savoy dynasties further developed the layout, extending the boundaries that flank the ancient city walls until Porta Romana. In the stunningly beautiful terraced area there is an 18th-century pavilion called the Kaffeehaus, a rare example of Rococo architecture in Tuscany, and the Lemon House built by Zanobi del Rosso between 1777 and 1778. The tour of Boboli Gardens complete the Pitti Palace visit of which it is an integral part, allowing the spirit of court life to be fully appreciated and the gardens to be enjoyed, which, although constantly updated, remain true to their original project.


Opening Days From Monday to Sunday
Opening Hours COVID-19 EMERGENCY - FROM 21 MAY 2020 TO DATE TO BE DETERMINED: 08.45 am
Closing Hours

4.30 pm in November, December, January, February

5.30 pm in March and October (without Daylight Saving Time)

6.30 pm in April, May, June, July, August, September, March and October (with Daylight Saving Time)

Closing Days

First and last Monday of each month

1 January, 25 December


COVID-19 EMERGENCY - FROM 21 MAY 2020 TO A LATER DATE: Pitti Palace's and Annalena's entrances are the only ones accessible.

The last admission is always an hour before the closing time.

The Gardens can be subject to temporary closures or changes of the opening hours due to weather emergencies which could injure persons and damage things.


Single ticket

Single ticket for the Boboli Gardens. Details and timetable

Free admission to the Garden of Villa Bardini with the ticket of the Boboli Gardens.

Who is entitled for a reduced price?
Entrance reservation
How it works?

Annual pass

Unlimited priority admission to the Boboli Gardens, valid 1 year starting from the date chosen by the visitor at the time of the pass issue. Read more

Single price

PassePartout 5 Days

Single ticket for 5 consecutive days for Uffizi, Pitti Palace and the Boboli Gardens. Read more


Annual pass

Unlimited priority admission to the Uffizi, Palazzo Pitti and Boboli Gardens, valid 1 year starting from the date chosen by the visitor at the time of the pass issue. Read more

One person


Two entrances are accessible: one is from Pitti Square, from the left side of the courtyard; the other one from Porta Romana Square. The Garden is accessible only with an accompanying person. The soil is predominantly made up of clay and gravel and is almost completely sloping, with climbs and descents. The Porcelain Museum is not accessible.
At the Annalena entrance (Via Romana); near the Amphitheatre; in the Porcelain Museum; near the Garden of the "Hair Washer" Statue. On the left side of the Amphitheatre, on the first terrace a toilet accessible through a stairlift (for the use of which it is necessary to ask the staff).
Near the Ampytheatre. Due to Covid-19 emergency the bookshop is temporarily closed.