This museum wasn't given much time in our guide book but I would advise all visitors to Florence to take the time to go. The palazzo is like walking into a renaissance home and helps you to imagine what it would have been like to live in Florence all those years ago. The ground floor and first floor can be looked around at anytime and the floors above can be viewed at 10, 11 or 12 if you leave your name with the staff. There are information cards in English in each room to help you understand what you are looking at. The cost is very low (2 euros for adults, 1 euro for children) and the insight it provides is invaluable. Check opening times before you go, I think it closed at about 1.30pm and I don't think it was open on a Monday.
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