Pitti Palace reopens to visitors in compliance with anti-Covid measures

From 28 May the museums of Pitti Palace are open again

Pitti Palace and its collections open on May the 28th with the following time: 8.30AM – 1.30PM, last admission 12.30.

Inside the Palace all national and regional rules apply to counteract the spread of coronavirus. In particular, it is recalled that people with body temperatures above 37.5 degrees are prohibited from entering (visitors' temperature will be taken at the entrance); the use of the mask covering mouth and nose, is mandatory during the entire stay in the Palace; it is necessary to keep the interpersonal distance of at least 1.80 m. Assemblies of all kinds are prohibited; groups cannot exceed 10 people, and in any case they must always respect the interpersonal distance of 1.80 m; tour guides must always use the whisper system (microphone and earphones), regardless of the number of members of their group.

The following collections are open: the Treasury of the Grand Dukes, the Palatine Gallery, the Gallery of Modern Art and the Museum of Costume and Fashion. For safety reasons due to the Covid-19 emergency, the Imperial and Royal Apartments remain temporarily closed.

The "Andito degli Angiolini" with the special exhibition ‘The Greatness of the Universe' in the art of Giovanna Garzoni is open to the public.

Those premises of the Treasury of the Grand Dukes, of the Porcelain Museum and of the Palatine Gallery (Volterrano Quarter and the Columns Corridor), where social distancing is not possible for architectural or logistical reasons, remain temporarily closed.

In spite of the limitations due to the ongoing emergency, 71 halls remain open, that is, more than 80% of the premises of Pitti Palace.