Exhibition tickets and Friends of Palazzo Strozzi membership cards may be purchased at the box office in the Palazzo Strozzi courtyard.
Palazzo Strozzi offers the audio-guide of the exhibition Tomás Saraceno. Aria free of charge to all visitors. Listening is possible within the Palazzo Strozzi website or through the SoundCloud application available for iOS and Android. The access link will be provided before entering the exhibition. The audio guide is available in Italian (also in a special version for children) and English.
Palazzo Strozzi offers its visitors free Wi-Fi connectivity.
Due to measures designed to contain the spread of COVID-19, our cloakroom service has been temporarily suspended. We would remind you that you are not allowed to bring large bags, backpacks or suitcases into the exhibition.
A book shop situated after the last exhibition hall offers visitors a selection of publications and other items relating to the exhibition.
The “Bottega Strozzi” in the palazzo courtyard stocks a wide range of publications, books on contemporary art and unique creations in a novel dialogue between craft and design.
RESTAURANT – CAFÉ
Inside the courtyard of Palazzo Strozzi, the Strozzi Café – Colle Bereto Winery is a bar, a bistrot, a restaurant and a meeting point in the heart of Florence, open both to visitors to Palazzo Strozzi and to the general public.
The toilets reserved for exhibition visitors are fully equipped for disabled access. The courtyard also has a toilet reserved for Strozzi Caffè Colle Bereto Winery customers
BABY CHANGING FACILITY
A baby changing facility is available in the toilet reserved for exhibition visitors on the first floor of the Palazzo.
Guided visits and group activities inside the exhibition are temporarily suspended.
Palazzo Strozzi organises family activities tailored to cater for different age groups. Reservations are required to take part in these activities, but the Family Kit is available for families wishing to tour the exhibition under their own steam.
Palazzo Strozzi’s exhibition halls have no architectural barriers.
Two wheelchairs are available for visitors and may be requested free of charge at the Info Point on the first floor.
Toilets in the exhibition halls are accessible to visitors with reduced mobility.
Admission to the palazzo via a ramp is by the Via Strozzi entrance, while a lift/elevator in the courtyard provides access to the exhibition hall floor.
Palazzo Strozzi is committed to making its exhibitions increasingly inclusive and runs a series of accessibility schemes for visitors suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, autism, cognitive disabilities and psychic disorders.