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Casa Martelli (museum-house)

Visit the Museum Casa Martelli and learn more about the history of the Martelli family.

Casa Martelli Artwork Casa Martelli nativity scene

The Casa Martelli Museum in Florence (Museo di Casa Martelli) is a historic house with a family history going back to the days of the Medici, giving an authentic insight into a nobleman’s home. It has always remained within the same family and is the only museum-house in Florence that has not been refurbished by later owners. 

The Martelli’s were passionate art collectors and as a consequence Casa Martelli holds an impressive collection of paintings, with works from artists like Piero di Cosimo, Luca Giordano, and Domenico Beccafumi. 

A number of rooms are decorated with frescoes that apply the trompe l’oeil effect, most notably the Sala Giardino d’Inverno (Winter Garden Room), which was to make up for the fact that the house did not have an actual outside garden.

Opening hours – Casa Martelli

Thursday: 2 pm – 7 pm
(guided tours take place at 2, 3, 4 and 5 pm)
Saturday: 9 am – 2pm
(guided tours take place at 9, 10, 11 am and 12 pm)

First, third and fifth Sunday every month: 9 am – 2 pm
(guided tours take place at 9, 10, 11 am and 12 pm)


Please inform yourself at the ticket office about possible entrance fees.

Address – Casa Martelli

via Zannetti 8 (ancient Via della Forca), 50122 florence

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Highlights – Casa Martelli

  • Rich in masterpieces such as the Adoration of the Child, by Piero di Cosimo
  • The two wedding panels by Beccafumi
  • The magnificent paintings by Luca Giordano and Salvator Rosa, but also by objects, furniture and tapestries and antique decorations
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