This is an interesting 14th century house decorated like the Renaissance. Many rooms have unique frescoes, and here you get a good understanding of what people in the 14th and 15th centuries will look like. A good place to visit, not as crowded as the famous galleries and museums.
A relatively small people museum, when visiting the city, walk here, not many tourists, the whole building is not very big, the space here is very unique, you can see a lot of interesting items, embroidery category is very pleasant.
The museum is very cheap and basically no one, very cold door. Most of the products inside are related to embroidery. Although after all these years, the colors on the embroidery are still so bright.
This is one of those special Florence museums you can walk by a hundred times and never notice. It's just a few steps away from Piazza della Repubblica, and in fact a world away. The museum presents the home of a wealthy Gothic family. Each floor offers treasures and insights. There's a central water well, bathrooms on every floor, a dining room, and a kitchen stocked with period utensils. The building is quite beautiful, with high arches, spiral staircases, tapestries, weighty furniture, and frescos. Do stop in. It won't take long to see but it will change how you view medieval life. When I went on a hot Friday, it was nearly empty, and a cool welcome retreat from the hot dusty streets.
This museum is a very nice museum, very good exhibits, very nice layout, and many of the exhibits are priceless and very knowledgeable.