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Stibbert Museum, Florence

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The Stibbert Museum (Italian: Museo Stibbert) is located on via Frederick Stibbert on the hill of Montughi in Florence, Italy. The museum contains over 36,000 artifacts, including a vast collection of armour from Eastern and Western civilizations.
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  • Unfortunately did not manage to get in as the (b)witches that work on the entrance did not let us in while there was still one hour left before closing. It is amazing how people do not manage to... 
    Unfortunately did not manage to get in as the (b)witches that work on the entrance did not let us in while there was still one hour left before closing. It is amazing how people do not manage to...  more »
  • This is a fantastic museum! The tour guide was very informative and provided a tour in both English and Italian. The rooms were filled with spectacular collections of armor, weapons, and clothing... 
    This is a fantastic museum! The tour guide was very informative and provided a tour in both English and Italian. The rooms were filled with spectacular collections of armor, weapons, and clothing...  more »
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  • Highly recommended for everyone who likes to delve in the beauty of historic objects, medieval craftsmanship and even fans of high fantasy. Extraordinary and eclectic collection of weapons, armor and art in a wonderfully labyrinthine building. The intimate atmosphere and wonderful surroundings add to the allure of the objects. We were there on a Sunday in July and the place wasn't busy at all. The website is a little vague about tickets/admissions but it seems like you can drop in any time you want and roam around on your own.
  • I had never heard of this museum and went on the tour because my nephew was interested in weaponry. That was amazing but there is so much more. The tour was really interesting and informative. I could have spent much longer. Worth a taxi ride.

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