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The Museum accommodates a remarkable collection of sculpture and "minor arts".
It is located in an impressive building erected around the middle of the 13th century for the Capitano del Popolo before becoming the site of the Podestà and the Council of Justice.
Starting from 1865, when the building became the National Museum, some of the most important Renaissance sculptures, including masterpieces by Donatello, Luca della Robbia, Verrocchio, Michelangelo and Cellini came together.
Later the museum was enriched by splendid collections of bronzes, majolica, waxes, enamels, medals, ivories, amber, tapestries, furniture, seals and textiles, coming partially from Medici collections and from private donors.

Opening hours
From March 9 to July 14: - from Sunday to Thursday: 8.15–17:00 (last entrance 16:20)
- Friday and Saturday: 8:15-19:00 (last entrance 18:20)

Second and fourth Sunday, the first, third and fifth Monday of the month; 1st January, 1st May, Christmas
The Museum adheres to free opening every first Sunday of the month.

Full ticket: € 8,00
Reduced ticket: € 2,00
Reservation fee: € 3,00

During the exhibit Verrocchio, il maestro di Leonardo, 9 March - 14 July 2019, full ticket € 9,00

Annual subscription Musei del Bargello: € 50
The subscription is valid for 365 days, includes all temporary exhibitions and priority admission, thus allowing the holder to skip the queue.