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Boboli Gardens Tickets

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Boboli Gardens Tickets Guide

For anybody visiting Florence, a must-see attraction is the famous Boboli Gardens. The opulent garden serves as the Pitti Palace's rear and is stretched out over 45,000 square meters). With centuries of history embedded in its rich landscape, it is overflowing with calming flora, recognizable sculptures, fountains, and other monuments. Here’s all you need to know about all available tickets, deals, and intriguing information before visiting Boboli Gardens.

All Your Boboli Gardens Tickets & Tour Options

Peruse our range of Boboli Garden tickets for the best prices, skip-the-line entry, and other features. You can choose the skip-the-line ticket options to gain priority access at Boboli Gardens or get the different combo tickets to visit other attractions in Florence based on your preferences.

Skip-The-Line Tickets

Combo Tickets

With this ticket, you can avail yourself of skip-the-line entry to Boboli Gardens and visit the park's various sights. This ticket is great for those that wish to gain swift entry to the gardens without having to wait in queues. Enjoy entry to the Bardini Garden and the Porcelain Museum to complete your tour of the Gardens. 

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Boboli Gardens Skip The Line Entrance Tickets
Take advantage of the opportunity to escape the city and enjoy nature by gaining access to the opulent Boboli Gardens with skip-the-line entry. For a lovely day out in Florence, go through the sculpture park and take in some of the finest Renaissance landscaping.

Which Boboli Gardens Tickets Should You Go Fo

If you are on a budget 

If you are on a budget, you can opt for skip-the-line tickets; various attractions in and around the park may be seen starting at only €16.

If you are looking to see more in Florence 

If you are looking to explore more in Florence, you may purchase a combo ticket, which, depending on the ticket class, also grants entrance to the Uffizi Gallery, the Palazzo Pitti, and other attractions. 

Boboli Gardens Tickets Discounts & Offers


All combo tickets for the Boboli Gardens offer discounts where you can save up to 5%.  


With Florence Accademia Gallery & Michelangelo's David + Boboli Gardens Tickets from Headout, you may save up to 5% on your visit.

Free Entry

If they can provide valid residency identification such as a driver's license,  locals are entitled to free access to the Boboli Gardens.

Plan Your Visit to Boboli Gardens

Opening Hours

Getting there


What are Boboli Gardens' timings?
The Boboli Gardens open at 8:15 AM, although depending on the season, different closing times apply:
  • 4:30 PM  (November, December, January, and February)
  • 5.30 PM in March and October (without Daylight Saving Time)
  • 6.30 PM in April, May, September, March, and October (with Daylight Saving Time)
  • 7.30 PM (June, July, and  August)
When are the Boboli Gardens closed? 
The Boboli Gardens remains closed on January 1, December 25, and the first and last Monday of each month.
What is the best time to visit the Boboli Gardens?
The Boboli Gardens are beautiful all year round since shrubs and other types of vegetation make up the majority of its composition rather than flowers. However, other people assert that the greatest time to visit the Boboli Gardens is in September, the month of spring.
How long is a Boboli Gardens tour?
We advise spending one to two hours in Boboli Gardens.
Where is Boboli Gardens located?
Behind the Pitti Palace in Florence are the opulently manicured Boboli Gardens, which also stretch to the present-day Fort Belvedere.
How do I get to Boboli Gardens?
You can take the car, bus, train, or even choose to walk to the Boboli Gardens. Located near the well-known Palazzo Pitti, it has plenty of nearby bus stops, while the Santa Maria Novella Station isn’t very far. 
Can I take the metro/train to Boboli Gardens?
It takes 15 minutes to walk from Santa Maria Novella Station. It is the nearest railway station to the Boboli Gardens. The station services the majority of important train lines, allowing travelers to board trains from Rome or other Italian cities.
Can I take the bus to Boboli Gardens?
You may catch a scheduled bus to the Boboli Gardens from a number of stops in Florence. There are direct buses from the Oltrano neighborhood, the Santa Maria Novella Station in Florence, and the Piazzale Michelangelo. Bus travel is convenient and often affordable.
Is Boboli wheelchair accessible?
Yes. All state museums in FGardens lorence, including the Boboli Gardens, provide priority-free admission to those with disabilities and a licensed companion. Wheelchairs are offered without charge to anyone who has limited mobility.
Is storage facility available at Boboli Gardens?
You can carry luggage in Boboli Gardens as long as it's lightweight. Otherwise, you may inconvenience yourself while walking through the vast gardens. 
Is photography permitted at Boboli Gardens?
Private photography is permitted. However, you will want additional authorization if you intend to do professional photography.
Are outside food and drinks permitted inside Boboli Gardens?
A quick snack while exploring is OK, however in order to protect the area's integrity, the guards on duty do not permit extended picnics.
What are my dining options at Boboli Gardens?
There are quite a number of restaurants near Boboli Gardens for snacking and dining. 
Is there a dress code to visit Boboli Gardens?
If you wear casual clothing and shoes, you may easily spend the entire day wandering, unwinding, and enjoying Boboli Gardens (lots of walking, stairs, and uphill climbs).

What to See at Boboli Gardens?

Great artists and builders including Niccolo Tribolo, Bernardo Buontalenti, and Giulio Parigi created magnificent statues, fountains, and artistic marvels in the Boboli Gardens. Some of these include the Grotta Di Buontalenti, Fountain of Bacchus, Isolotto, and many more!

Isolotto (Perseus Statue) 

One of the most well-known spots in Florence's Boboli Gardens is the Isolotto. In the seventeenth century, Alfonso Parigi, an architect, constructed it. Robert Langdon recognized The Isolotto because of the well-known sculpture of Perseus riding a half-submerged horse galloping through the sea in Dan Brown's Inferno.

Grotta Di Buontalenti

The name Buontalenti, which loosely translates to "big grotto," refers to the largest of the area's three grottoes, which also include the 19th-century Adam and Eve Grotto and the Mose Grotto. The Buontalenti Grotto, located in the Boboli Gardens in Florence that offers visitors much more than just a cave to gaze at, was commissioned by Francesco I de Medici to finish the earlier Vasari venture, which was a plan to establish a sizable nursery area.

Fountain of Bacchus 

Valerio Cioli created this fountain around 1560. It shows Braccio di Bartolo, a court dwarf, nude and inebriated while perched atop a turtle that represents Bacchus, the Roman God of wine.


One of the most intriguing structures in the Boboli Gardens is the Kaffeehaus. The new structure had been finished and was prepared for use as a rest area where the court might relax while sipping hot cocoa. The structure is a spacious pavilion with a dome top that resembles an onion. It is round in form. It is cleverly tucked among a series of little gardens and orchards on three different floors.

Top Attractions in Florence

Apart from the Boboli Gardens, here are a few of the top attractions one cannot miss while visiting Florence!

Uffizi Gallery 

Italy's Uffizi Gallery is home to the best collection of Italian Renaissance art in existence, including works from the Florentine school. More than 100,000 sketches and prints as well as masterful sculptures and artifacts are also included. Visit this renowned museum of art with Uffizi Gallery tickets.  

Palazzo Vecchio 

A must-see location on your trip to Florence, the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, is the Palazzo Vecchio (Old Palace), one of the city's most well-known emblems. It was the seat of the Signoria of the Florentine Republic in the fourteenth century and later the administrative hub of the Medici grand dukes of Tuscany, making it the most significant historical political structure in Florence. Visit this historical site with Palazzo Vecchio tickets

Accademia Gallery 

The "Gallery of the Academy of Florence" of the Accademia Gallery is a museum of art in Florence, Italy. The majority of Michelangelo's sculptures and works of other Renaissance artists are on display at Florence's Accademia Gallery. It is well known for being the location of David, a sculpture by Michelangelo. Visit this museum with Accademia Gallery tickets

Medici Chapel 

The magnificent San Lorenzo complex includes the Medici Chapels. From the time the Medici were private inhabitants of their palace in Via Larga (now via Cavour), the church of San Lorenzo served as their official church. It later became their tomb, which is where the majority of the family is interred. Learn more about the rich history of this site with Medici Chapel tickets

Palazzo Pitti 

Originally Luca Pitti's township in Florence, the Palazzo Pitti was constructed in 1458 and has a view of the Arno River. The famous Madonna and Child by Raphael from 1514 are among the must-see artworks of the palace, along with portraits by Botticelli, and pieces by Fra Bartolomeo, Piero del Pollaiolo, Bronzino, and Filippo Lippi. View these timeless works of art with Palazzo Pitti tickets

 Boboli Gardens Tickets & Tour FAQs

Are Boboli Gardens tickets available online now?

Yes. You can book tickets online on Headout starting from €16.

What are the different types of Boboli Gardens tickets and tours?

Headout offers Skip-the-line tickets as well as combo tours for Boboli Gardens. Skip-the-line tickets will give you priority entry to the gardens while a combo ticket will give you admission to the Boboli Gardens as well as other monuments in Florence.

Are discounts available on Boboli Gardens tickets?

Yes, you can avail of a 5 % discount on combo tickets for the Gardens tour.

Is skip-the-line entry included in my Boboli Gardens tickets?

Skip-the-line access is one of the features of our skip-the-line ticket options for the Boboli Gardens.

Are guided Boboli Gardens tours available?

Although there aren't any official guided tours of the Gardens, the majority of travel and tourist businesses provide packages for various locations at various costs. Visitors are urged to conduct an extensive study before selecting a travel package.

What are the Boboli Gardens' opening hours?

The Boboli Gardens open at 8:15 AM, although depending on the season, varied closing times apply.

How do I get to Boboli Gardens?

Swing by the Boboli Gardens using several means of transport available in Florence.
  • Car
    The city of Florence offers a large number of parking spots, many of which are adjacent to well-known tourist sites. The same holds true for the Boboli Gardens, albeit there aren't many spots available for free, so be prepared to pay. Taxis are another option for visitors, however, they may be fairly pricey.
  • Bus
    You may get to the Boboli Gardens by taking one of the scheduled buses that leave from a number of Florence-area stations. From the Oltrande neighborhood, Florence's Santa Maria Novella Station, and Piazzale Michelangelo, direct buses are accessible. Bus travel is convenient and reasonably priced.
  • Train
    The Santa Maria Novella Station, which is 15 minutes walk from the Boboli Gardens, is the nearest railway station. Visitors can catch trains from Rome or other Italian cities because the station services the majority of main subway lines.
  • Walking
    Discovering Florence on foot is a unique experience. The majority of the city's breathtaking attractions are within walking distance of one another, allowing visitors to wander through them.

What is the best time to visit Boboli Gardens?

The Boboli Gardens are beautiful all year round since they are mostly made up of bushes and other vegetation rather than flowers. That said, you might still want to visit in Spring when the weather is pleasant and there are fewer crowds.

Is Boboli Gardens wheelchair accessible?

Yes. All state museums in Florence, including the Boboli Gardens, provide priority-free admission to those with disabilities and a licensed companion. Wheelchairs are also available free of charge. 
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