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I went to the Gucci Museum (also called Gucci Garden, the real name of the store/museum) on the advice of a friend who is stationed here in Italy. We both share a love of Gucci, so I knew I had to visit. The garden (or...More
Set over two air condition floors (lift access for the less able) this place is well with a short visit. There are some iconic pieces here from luggage, to footwear, dresses and sunglasses. All items are well displayed and there are various quirky decorations, videos,...More
We were planning a visit the following day but stumbled upon the museum late in the prior evening. Decided to enter and discovered we only needed about 30 minutes for the entire tour. Our students didn't have their school ID's so they had to pay...More
We went into the Gucci Garden and Museum on a bit of a whim but ended up really enjoying the time we spent there. The Museum is thoughtfully curated. The works/artifacts are historical as well as modern and whimsical. The staff in the store were...More
I'm impressed. I never thought that a visit in Gucci Museum can change my perception to the world of "great" fashion so much. It's worth to visit because it is an amazing place talking about beautiful history of fashion creation. When you combine it with...More
With an hour to spend prior to another visit, we dropped in to see the Gucci Museum. Unless you're an avid fan with a closet full of Gucci stuff, I'd find something better to do with some spare time in Florence.
I like fashion especially the history behind designers and the fashion houses.
I wouldn’t say this is done brilliantly. Not a great deal of history about Gucci and some pieces.
I was expecting more about the history of the founding and some iconic pieces. It’d...More
I love the museum: with the iconic pieces of Gucci, with the history of the brand and you can see that there is always a nod to the past: it seems that in fashion nothing can be invented. The shop on ground floor is such...More
I went to Gucci Gardens because my teenage daughters wanted too. They would probably give 5 stars but I am giving 3. It was beautiful and artistic really well done and nicely laid out. Not a lot of content. They could have done more on...More
I thought it was a little slim on content, more of a conceptual space than giving you much info on the history of Gucci. But they have some pretty things. Luckily it’s only 8 euros and the air conditioning is good. For the restaurant, you...More
They require a student ID. A letter might suffice. I did not have my student identification but they let me show them my student schedule of classes in lieu of. If not, the price is $8 per child. I suggest you call ahead and... More
They require a student ID. A letter might suffice. I did not have my student identification but they let me show them my student schedule of classes in lieu of. If not, the price is $8 per child. I suggest you call ahead and see.