Museo di Palazzo Vecchio

December 4, 2017 | Activities, Italy, Tuscany & Umbria

Palazzo Vecchio is behind the Medieval walls of Palazzo dei Priori and was built in the second half of the sixteenth century. Founded in 2000 the Children’s Museum offers a history of the city and insight into how the Medici political dynasty ruled. There are a series of age appropriate activies and workshops for children as well as teenagers to learn about the history as well as story telling sessions.

Recommended by:

Beth Lovett

Contact Details:

Piazza della Signoria / +39 055 276 8224 / info@muse.comune.fi.it / http://musefirenze.it/en/

One response to “Museo di Palazzo Vecchio”

  1. MumAbroad says:

    I normally have to drag my kids around museums and exhibitions but they really enjoyed this one. We did the guided tour (in English) and it was really informative. They have tour guides dressed as historic figures – we were shown around the place by the young prince’s wetnurse! There are two story telling rooms – one for younger children (which we went to) where the story is told by the palace mice and other creatures. My kids loved this. Great and enjoyable way for your kids to learn the history of the city. (Beth Lovett)

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