Florence,
Boboli Gardens.

Skip the lines official tickets.

 
Official tickets to visit the Boboli Gardens, one of the best places to relax, cool down in some garden shade, and snap some of the finest views across Florence available anywhere.
“The visit to the Boboli gardens was excellent and being able to book a early timeslot was brilliant to be able to miss the crowds it felt we had the place to ourselves.”

KG, United Kingdom
“Boboli Gardens were remarkable. Views got better and better as you go higher and the view of the City of Florence from the top was spectacular. Lots of walking so wear comfortable shoes - there are level paths around the perimeter.”
JC, United States

The Boboli gardens are very much worth a visit, if only for the splendid views they offer across the city of Florence, and for the chance of some cool shade during the summer heat! They range up the Boboli hill from the rear of the Pitti Palace, and are a fine example of formal Italian gardens, dotted here and there with a wide range of sculptures and Roman antiquities. The Pitti Palace is but a short walk from the centre of Florence and is often reached by strolling across the noted Ponte Vechhio bridge.

The gardens are also home to small and large fountains and grottos, as well as the much-photographed and postcard-reproduced statue Bacchino, a satiric representation of a court dwarf as Bacchus. If you wish to visit the Pitti Palace itself (and its various galleries) then you will need this other ticket.

The Porcelain Museum (Museo delle Porcellane) is housed in the building known as the Casino del Cavaliere, located within the Boboli gardens. The collection spans the works of the most prized European porcelain houses, most notably Sèvres and Meissen.

Opening times:

  • November to February: 08.15 AM - 04.30 PM
  • March: 08.15 AM - 05.30 PM
  • April, May and September: 08.15 AM - 06.30 PM
  • June, July and August: 08.15 AM - 07.30 PM
  • October: 08.15 AM - 05.30 PM

There is a wardrobe room where bags of no larger than 40*40*50 cm may be left. The galleries are always closed on Mondays; the gardens are closed on the first and last Monday of every month, and garden opening hours vary according to time of year:

The buttons below will give greater detail on the tickets and tours we offer throughout the year, and do use our calendar above to check availability!

You may view a location map showing the Boboli Gardens and Pitti Palace as well as other Florence landmarks on our page here.

4.4 stars out of 5 from 32 ratings. See all 16 reviews

5 stars
Marilyn, United States
11th Apr 2017
The Boboli Gardens were beautiful!
5 stars
PR, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
15th Oct 2016
A great place, totally tranquil and incredible at the same time
5 stars
SO, United States
11th Sep 2016
Early morning was best, not as many people, easy to find.
5 stars
BK, South Africa
23rd Sep 2015
The tour was really great. Unfortunately it was raining so we didn't spend as much time wandering around the gardens as we would have wished, but I would certainly recommend the tour to friends and family. The museums that were opened to us were also extremely informative and entertaining
5 stars
FH, United States
6th Sep 2015
Beautiful and you get to go into a few other museums on the property with the same ticket. On the Altrarno, it is away from the hustle and bustle of the Ponte Vecchio and is a quieter part of the city.
5 stars
KG, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
5th Jul 2014
The visit to the Boboli gardens was excellent and being able to book a early timeslot was brilliant to be able to miss the crowds it felt we had the place to ourselves