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Stibbert Museum
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Stibbert Museum
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A museum showcasing the eccentric and eclectic tastes of Frederick Stibbert, a 19th century art collector.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Via Federigo Stibbert 26, 50134, Florence, Italy
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+39 055 486049
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Room after room of Islamic, European, and Japanese plate armor and weaponry. The Samurai stuff really is remarkable for what it encompasses. I wish the tour guide had allowed us to remain longer in that part of the museum because there is *so much* to...More

Thank Frances D
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

If you’re a history nerd, willing to go out of the way, don’t need to be spoon feed info that you already know, this is a VERY impressive collection. Haven’t seen this many artifacts in this good of condition before. And when we went, there...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Lovers of armory, knights, and samurai will love this museum! It’s a guided tour in Italian and English. You are given an overview and a few points about the collection being shown and opportunities to take (no flash) pictures. It was informative but short. If...More

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Reviewed 6 June 2018 via mobile

What an amazing collection..it is 36,000 artifacts.The museum is very large and the displays are breathtaking. Our your guide was excellent. Well worth the visit.

1  Thank peacefulthinkers
Reviewed 25 May 2018

What's so amazing is this is one mans private collection and a true gem of a find away from the hustle of the city. this collction will leave you truly gobsmacked.

1  Thank nick w
Reviewed 21 May 2018

This museum is from a private collection of one man. It is truly amazing. I've never seen such an extensive collection of armour and weaponry. It is well worth an hour of your time.

1  Thank satree
Reviewed 2 April 2018

The Stibbert Museum is a bit out of the way from the city center, but I was pleasantly surprised with the collections they had. In particular, the first grand room with the paintings on the walls and the suits of armor, and the large ballroom-esque...More

2  Thank Genevieve G
Reviewed 14 December 2017 via mobile

A great private collection. Of art, middle age weapons and armor suits... Leave you mesmerised with the beauty of this place

Thank Umang A
Reviewed 24 November 2017 via mobile

Splendid museum with very competent guide. The concept of one tour of max 25 persons each hour really is a great relief from many of the other crowded museums.

Thank Mads P
Reviewed 12 November 2017

The Stibbert museum is a must-see so please make the journey out of the historical centre of Florence to the north of the city to see this house and garden. The house was the home of a man, Frederick Stibbert, who had an English father...More

2  Thank Elizabeth P
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JTW07
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